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Dewitt Carolinas proposes $1b mixed-use destination in Raleigh

by Released | Nov 14, 2019

Dewitt Carolinas has proposed Midtown Exchange, a 40-acre development that will include an eclectic mix of residences, world-class workspaces, a premier convention center, an upscale hotel, central greenspace, high-end shops and restaurants in Raleigh, N.C.’s growing midtown area.
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JPMorgan sells U.S. mall stakes

by Andrea Zander | Nov 14, 2019

Brookfield Property Partners has bought stakes in four U.S. shopping centers from JPMorgan Chase & Co., reported Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
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Kuwaiti investor makes second U.S. 2019 transaction

by Andrea Zander | Nov 14, 2019

Northridge Capital and KAMCO Investment Co., a Kuwaiti-based asset management and investment banking firm, have acquired Centerstone at Tysons, a six-story, class A office building located in the heart of Tysons Corner in Fairfax County, Va.
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Slowing economic growth reflected in property fundamentals

by Loretta Clodfelter | Nov 14, 2019

The U.S. economy appears to be slowing, given the deceleration of GDP growth in the third quarter, but despite the potential warning signs, a recession is unlikely in 2019, according to the REIS Quarterly Briefing webinar for third quarter 2019, which looked at property fundamentals in the third quarter, and also offered forecasts for real estate and economic performance in the coming year.
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Competition intensifies between asset classes

by Released | Nov 14, 2019

With more investors increasing allocations to private equity and other alternative asset classes, largely at the expense of traditional hedge fund offerings, alternative fund managers are examining their strategic priorities and focusing on how to develop products and prepare their businesses for a rapidly evolving future, according to the 2019 EY global alternative fund survey When focusing on the future, where do you look?
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RCA: Boston highest price growth in the world

by Andrea Zander | Nov 14, 2019

Commercial property prices continued to increase in the third quarter of 2019, though the pace of growth has slowed, according to Real Capital Analytics’ CPPI Global Cities report for Q3 2019.
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