WSIB invests $1.25b in real estate, appoints new CIO
The $141 billion Washington State Investment Board (WSIB) approved three commitments to real estate and…
JV completes 45-story office building for Facebook in San Francisco
A joint venture between The John Buck Co., Golub & Co. and MetLife has completed…
Recent commercial real estate transactions
Transactions reported this week include an apartment in Charlotte, N.C. Northland Investment Corp. has acquired…
Seattle’s multifamily microhousing maintains exceptionally strong fundamentals in 2019, but further development heavily regulated
Multifamily microhousing may still be a contentious asset class to Seattle City officials, but the property type has been normalized among both investors and renters over the past decade, according to the 2019 Microhousing Market Study, released Kidder Mathews.
Net-lease investment reaches third-highest quarterly total on record
U.S. net-lease investment in 2019 is on pace to surpass the previous year’s record level, with an increasing number of domestic and foreign investors attracted to this asset class by the prospect for strong risk-adjusted returns, according to the latest research from CBRE.
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CBRE acquires U.K. debt platform Laxfield Capital
CBRE Group has acquired Laxfield Capital, a real estate debt investment business with approximately £818…
Land Securities Group names CEO
Land Securities Group has appointed Mark Allan as CEO. Allan is currently the CEO of…
Blackstone raises $620m for Strategic Partners Real Estate VII
Blackstone has raised $620.725 million for its second strategic partners real estate fund, one year…
The influencers have come for the hotel industry
Changing demographics are driving some hotel trends said John Chang, senior vice president, research services, at Marcus & Millichap, during a hospitality market–focused presentation.
CBRE expects commercial real estate market to continue to grow in 2020, despite economic and political uncertainties
The U.S. economy will continue its long expansion in 2020, supporting the solid fundamentals of the commercial real estate market, according to 2020 Real Estate Market Outlook report.