The IRS documents on Opportunity Zones provide developers some much-need clarity on how to invest.
Real estate conditions in both primary and increasingly secondary markets continue to move into law firms’ favor.
The third quarter of 2018 demonstrated further movement towards a more balanced office market, characterized by healthy activity from occupiers.
The retail sector has really felt the wellness charge, both in terms of what goods and services companies offer, as well as what landlords consider.
See comprehensive, data-driven benchmarks on office construction costs per square foot in markets across the US and Canada. Analysis is from 2,800 projects.
As the tit-for-tat trade dispute between the United States and China escalates, investors are looking to warehouses for the first signs of a direct impact on the commercial real estate industry.
Workplace strategy is changing fast, but there are six trends we expect to last- and add value - even for the most traditional companies.
Sears Holdings, once the world's largest retailer, has filed for bankruptcy, signaling that the fast-changing retail business isn’t waiting for anyone.
How to determine your office needs, find your ideal location, favorably negotiate your commercial lease and build out the space so it’s perfect for your company.
Private buyers have been stepping into net lease space, a signal that a rush of new players into commercial real estate markets isn’t showing signs of slowing.
Stadium owners are getting more sustainable as the economic and environmental benefits of green construction and renovation make for a winning strategy.
More and more global cities are turning to small apartment units during housing shortages
Tech-driven services like ride-sharing, scooter sharing, food delivery apps, and co-working have quickly infiltrated the daily lives of city dwellers. Venture capitalists have been pouring record amounts of investment into the sector
A potential change in Cuba’s property ownership legislation could open the market up to foreign commercial real estate investors, but it won’t happen quickly.
Banks have been scurrying to get with the digital age – creating apps that allow friends and family to send each other money in milliseconds and deposit checks remotely.
The U.S. office market maintained steady growth in Q2 2018, with sustained occupancy and rent growth and a healthy supply pipeline that will provide options.
Leveraging wellness certifications positively impacts employee health and well-being, which in turn reduce company healthcare costs and boost productivity.
The solution to the labor shortage may seem simple — hire the skilled women that meet the qualifications for hard-to-fill roles.
At a time when the U.S. is facing labor shortage, offering on-site childcare can be one of the best ways to attract skilled talent.
It takes 21 days to shake a habit and at least two months to make a new one, if you believe general wisdom on the matter.
Across the United States, hoteliers and developers with an eye for a great location and an affinity for Americana are buying fifties and sixties-era motels and giving them top-to-toe revamps, while making sure they retain the retro aesthetic that attracts style-savvy travelers
Can coworking fill empty retail space profitably? To find out, we conducted the first-ever inventory of coworking locations in retail properties across the US.
Even in the world of online grocery platforms like Instacart and the focus on healthy eating, consumer demand for fast food remains strong.
Pittsburgh is experiencing historically low unemployment, a technology industry that is strengthening and a rising interest from national investors.
A great urban migration is underway, as more Millennials and employers set up shop in central business districts (CBDs) across the United States.
Cities and districts across America are increasingly adopting smart technology.
Rather than offering a slate of predictable national chains in one crowded foodcourt, mall owners are looking to draw in customers with foodie experiences.
In an industry that’s stayed much the same for hundreds of years, it’s exciting to see what's on the horizon for commercial real estate - and be a part of the movement.
Forecasting can be difficult. Just ask any meteorologist. Or if you’re interested in commercial real estate, Dr. Andrea Chegut of the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab.
Here are six tech trends that will impact real estate decisions in 2018 and beyond.
Though the midterms served up a few surprises in terms of winning candidates, they don't change our economic outlook for this year or next.
Net lease transactions activity remains strong; industrial sector now accounts for greatest share of transactions.
An uptick in opportunities leads to particularly strong third quarter, with transaction volumes up 2.9 percent on last year.
Propelled by large-scale transactions, industrial volumes expected to total between $70 and $80 billion in 2018.
The retail transaction landscape remains challenged with underwriting standards causing delays in transactions.
Transaction activity surges despite a challenging pricing environment.
Steady transaction activity year-to-date in 2018 is being underpinned by an acceleration in hotel performance growth.
As a result of the U.S. midterm elections, Democrats won control of the House of Representatives while Republicans will continue to hold the Senate. We examine what this means for the economy and commercial real estate.
Economic growth remained robust in the third quarter, driven by consumption and government spending. That befits an economy being propelled by expansionary fiscal policy.