Institutional Real Estate Americas

October 1, 2016: Vol. 28, Number 9

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From the Current Issue


South Korean investor buys Novo Nordisk HQ

Novo Nordisk’s 762,000-square-foot North American headquarters in Plainsboro, N.J., has traded for $305 million, or approximately $396 per square foot, marking the largest single-asset sale in New Jersey to date in 2016.


Multifamily market continues its resilience

The multifamily property market has yet to see any softening in its popularity with investors and is continuing its strong performance, according to the second quarter 2016 Multifamily Investment Outlook from JLL.


U.S. transaction volume totals $109b in Q2

Acquisition activity continued at a moderate pace during second quarter 2016, less active than in 2015 but above the 2010–2016 historical average, according to CBRE’s second quarter 2016 U.S. Capital Markets MarketView.


Food for thought: What’s keeping the industry up at night

A group of institutional investors, consultants, investment managers and fund-of-funds managers met at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad, Calif., Sept. 6–8 for the fall 2016 Editorial Advisory Board meeting forInstitutional Real Estate Americas. Discussions at the meeting focused on board members’ most pressing concerns, which we compile in advance in the form of “food for thought” topics.


Investing in Cuba: Opportunities and challenges

Cuba is the last, great frontier market for real estate investors. This Pennsylvania-size island of 11.2 million people, with 2,320 miles of coastline and more than 1,000 largely undeveloped beaches, offers unprecedented value-creation opportunities and returns on investment.


Time to get techy in Seattle

The Seattle office market recently became one of the top tech-talent markets in the industry, with only the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D.C., ranking ahead of the Emerald City.

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