Are We Building Too Much Student Housing?
MIAMI—Is there too much student housing inventory flooding the market? What’s the outlook for the sector? GlobeSt.com caught up with Judd Bobilin, CEO & co-founder of Chance Partners, to get his take in part two of this EXCLUSIVE interview.Read More
Dadeland Square Attracts JP Morgan Chase
MIAMI—“Dadeland Square’s prominent location, outstanding visibility, and successful tenancy are the driving forces behind its exceptional past and will be the key ingredients for the new owner’s long-term success,” Luis Castillo, a managing director at HFF, tells GlobeSt.com.Read More
Why Student Housing Beats Multifamily
MIAMI—GlobeSt.com caught up with Judd Bobilin, CEO & co-founder of Chance Partners, to get his thoughts on student developer trends and what investors are really after in part one of this EXCLUSIVE two-part series.Read More
Terra Bets Weston Needs More Luxe Homes
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL—Terra Group just snapped up 121 acres of an unused golf course next to a Broward County golf country club in Weston, FL. Find out what the condo developer has planned.Read More
Does Miami Really Need a Soccer Stadium?
MIAMI—Mel Martinez, UM Business School Dean Eugune Anderson and the Miami DDA's Alyce Robertson share their thoughts on bringing Major League Soccer stadium to Miami.Read More
Publix Buys Two More Shopping Centers
ORLANDO—Equity One sold the grocery-anchored assets to Publix. Find out why the retailer decided to pull the trigger on two more Florida shopping centers.Read More
Post-Hurricane Katrina CRE Realities
NEW ORLEANS—How is the commercial real estate market different now in New Orleans than it was before Hurricane Katrina? TLC Engineering's Heather Tank shares her thoughts with GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire in part two of this EXCLUSIVE interview.Read More
2014’s Largest Office Deal in Naples Closes
NAPLES, FL—Steelbridge Capital just grabbed yet another Naples asset. The principals tell GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire why they are so hot on Southwest Florida.Read More
One Reason Retail Agents Should Celebrate
MIAMI—For all the talk about e-commerce eroding brick-and-mortar sales, a new study from A.T. Kearney offers a totally different perspective. And it's good news for retail leasing agents.Read More
Is NoLa Primed for Post-Katrina CRE Revival?
NEW ORLEANS—TLC Engineering's Heather Tank tells GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire why her firm decided to open a New Orleans office and how other engineering firms can break into what she sees as a growing opportunity.Read More