Investment

Gateway cities continue to be good places for long-term investment. For shorter-term holds, investors should explore less crowded markets and markets with low development pipelines. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National […]

The REIT headed by Roth, Vornado Realty Trust, is already a prominent player in New York and Washington, D.C.-area development. But the firm appeared to be increasing activity in Washington throughout 2016. read more Related […]

Malcolm Montgomery, partner with Shearman & Sterling, discussed his views on the potential impact of public policy changes on real estate investment. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate Investor

CBRE put together a list of cities and regions with the lowest prime yields on logistics assets. Here is a list of markets that made the list. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post […]

Wanda plans to have 15 Wanda City projects in China by 2020, betting on strength in numbers to become the biggest Chinese theme parks operator amid rising competition from overseas investors such as Disney. read […]

Hagshama Fund, the private investment firm that has raised about $650 million from individual investors in Israel and the United Kingdom, will begin operating from New York next year as it seeks to boost real […]

Christine Maurus and Katherine Chiglinsky A joint venture of MetLife Inc. and Norges Bank Real Estate Management purchased the Constitution Square Three and Four office buildings in Washington, a deal marking the fifth U.S. investment […]

Ben Stupples Attention to detail — and a focus on boutique buildings catering to a smaller number of tenants — has helped bring Axel Stawski a net worth of $2.4 billion, according to the Bloomberg […]

The U.S. commercial real estate market could see an influx of capital coming from the U.K., and from other countries whose investors might pull capital out of U.K. properties. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts […]

Nisha Gopalan and Christopher Langner A quick look through recent history shows there are in fact a slew of deals involving Chinese companies that have been either aborted or spurned. read more Related Posts:No Related […]