Given the historical success of alternative sectors, there is a lot more focus, attention and capital directed at niche assets, such as student housing, storage, senior housing, life sciences and data centers.
From the Current Issue
Appraising the value of an asset is always a combination of art and science, but in the current environment it has become more challenging, and more fraught.
Real estate investors need to adopt a stock picker’s mindset rather than a sector allocation focus. More than ever, a quantitative, objective and granular approach to analyzing real estate is needed.
Many investors have failed to distinguish the two main types of life sciences real estate: research and development (R&D) facilities and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facilities.
Real estate is an important building block for constructing multi-asset portfolios. REITs, however, are often overlooked by institutional investors.
Investors are understandably concerned about U.S. commercial real estate (CRE), given the rapid changes in interest rates since the beginning of 2022 and the recent banking sector stress. Indeed, the Federal Reserve now expects a recession, which we anticipate will lead to declines in real estate prices in the near term. In the medium term, […]
I’ve been wondering when the long bull market in commercial real estate finally would begin to unravel. Well, the signs of distress are all around us now.
Medical office buildings can play an important role in a diversified core real estate portfolio, but are currently underrepresented in institutional real estate portfolios, according to a recent white paper from Upshot Capital Advisors.
The hybrid work model — employees dividing their time between home and office — has come to dominate the market, and flexible office solutions are stepping in to support greater flexibility in where employees work.
Investors are growing increasingly interested in the retail sector, especially grocery-anchored retail and neighborhood centers. That is one of the key takeaways from RCLCO’s monthly webinar at the end of May.
National cold storage development hit an all-time high of 9.8 million square feet by the end of 2022, driven by a proliferation of users and operators.
Merger activity in April was led by the commercial real estate sector, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence’s M&A Deal Tracker.