Investors are sitting on significant levels of dry powder earmarked for commercial real estate, and they are intrigued by the potential to generate attractive returns and deploy capital at scale.
From the Current Issue
The Editorial Advisory Board convened in Cape Neddick, Maine, in September to take the temperature of the commercial real estate market.
Bringing women into the labor force increases the productivity of both companies and cities.
Sally Ann Flood, a partner at Deloitte, spoke about the benefits of performance reporting standards in the real estate investment community.
The rise of inequality, the silent crisis of affordability and rental insecurity, and decades of stagnant real wages for much of the working middle class all have reignited calls for rent control.
Is it possible to invest successfully in rent-controlled apartments?
The recent events at WeWork should give some pause to office landlords.
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New research from MetLife Investment Management has examined the pace of e-commerce adoption — and which markets maybe the best bet for brick-and-mortar retail.
The board of the $238.3 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) board has initiated the implementation of a Low-Carbon Transition Work Plan.
Blackstone Real Estate Partners IX, an affiliate of Blackstone, has plans to acquire Colony Industrial.
The self-storage construction pipeline has begun to contract, following seven years of expansion.
Commercial real estate executives say investments in tenant experience technologies will shift into high gear in the year ahead.
Third quarter 2019 saw real estate investment funds continue the downward trend of recent fundraising.
Asian institutions have been actively investing in U.S. hotel properties.