John Salustri


John Salustri

Executive Bio

John Salustri has covered the commercial real estate industry for nearly 25 years. He was one of the founding editors of GlobeSt.com, and is a four-time recipient of the Excellence in Journalism award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors. Contact John Salustri.

  • The Six Most Dangerous Words

    AUSTIN—George Carlin had his list of words. But so does NAI Global’s Jay Olshonsky--dangerous words--that he shared with us. And those six words are…

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  • Boutiques Resilient in Face of M&As

    CHICAGO—As we approach the SIOR Fall World Conference, members of the Independent Brokerage Group reflect on the impact of the merger trend among the majors. Hint: They’re unfazed.

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  • Zell to Keynote CCIM THRIVE

    AUSTIN—But that’s just one of the powerhouse names that will be sharing their experience and insights in October when CCIM THRIVE convenes here.

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  • Single-Tenant Demand Heats up in Twin Cities

    MINNEAPOLIS—A trend is developing here as major sole-occupant developments crop up in around the CBD—even as the multi-tenant scenario shoes up.

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  • Is Downtown Phoenix Ready for a Renaissance?

    PHOENIX—Mayor Greg Stanton says yes. The folks of Xceligent are a bit more cautious, but as Andy Weflen says, optimistically so as the city core begins to draw major deals. Take that, Tempe!

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  • Wanted: Denver Development

    DENVER—Growth is a good thing. But in this last in our Denver Analysis series, Marcus & Millichap’s John Chang says the Mile High City needs development to sustain it.

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  • Playing It Safe in Denver

    DENVER—A diversified economy is part of the city’s success. But there’s still just enough of an oil-and-gas influence to keep anybody from getting too cocky. So say the people of architecture giant Gensler in this latest installment of our Denver Research series.

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  • Tracking Denver’s Vibrant Multifamily Market

    DENVER—No shock, but people want to move here. And it’s more than the mountain views. So say the ARA Newmark team in this third in our Denver Analysis series.

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  • A Mile High and 500 Miles Distant

    DENVER—The bad news for Denver’s industrial sector is that there is no population density within a 500-mile radius. Oddly, it’s also the good news. This is the second in an ongoing series.

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  • Office Momentum Grows in Mile High CBD, Suburbs

    DENVER—Now, if they can just keep spec construction in check, the momentum will continue, says Transwestern’s Larry Thiel. This is the first in a series on the Denver market.

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