NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Continuing to identify the right talent to take advantage of the opportunities it has remains one of the greatest challenges for HFF, newly appointed West Coast leaders Kevin MacKenzie and Michael Leggett tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
NEW YORK CITY—Despite ups and downs, statistics reveal “continued expansion for construction activity” over the past year, says Dodge Data’s Robert A. Murray.
MIAMI—The Carolina Panthers are favored to win the Super Bowl but commercial real estate gurus at JLL are betting on the Denver Broncos. Indeed,…
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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ—A veteran of nearly two decades in commercial real estate including ten years with Citigroup, Brian Davison, is joining Jones Lang LaSalle in New Jersey as a vice president with its Consulting and Advisory Group.
MIAMI—New York may be the place to be for many commercial real estate investors. But it seems just as many are bullish on Miami. From multifamily,…
SAN DIEGO—Investors must ensure the targeted project has some key characteristics including a developer with equity in the project, adequate resources and a strong development track record, CGS3’s Phil Jelsma tells GlobeSt.com part 2 of this EXCLUSIVE two-part story.
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Facing continued slow and steady growth in US GDP, heightened global uncertainty and lower yield expectations, institutions don’t anticipate tapping the brakes on investment any time soon.