CHICAGO—The top markets for data centers have seen so much expansion that land scarcity has caused many providers to seek out new submarkets.
CINCINNATI—The vacancy rate here typically hovers between four and six percent, even though about nine million square feet of new construction has launched in the last two years.
CHICAGO—And 2017 should see even more growth, as both the public and corporations flock to the cloud.
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CHICAGO—The latest deals, personnel moves and trends in the Midwest region.
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LOS ANGELES— “It is going to be an up hill battle to get people to find alternatives to their private vehicle,” says Robert Kleinhenz in this EXCLUSIVE interview about density in Los Angeles.
WASHINGTON, DC—“Weaker conditions are evident across all sectors as the apartment industry adjusts to changing conditions,” says the National Multifamily Housing Council’s Mark Obrinsky.
ATLANTA—StoneBridge is the latest to invest. Find out what’s motivating this and other investors to flock to this submarket.
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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.
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LOS ANGELES—Although price movement since the election has been “limited,” CBRE’s Spencer Levy says that “pricing pushback from buyers remains strong.”
PALO ALTO, CA—GlobeSt.com chats with McNellis Partners’ John McNellis about his new book, Making it in Real Estate.
SANTA BARBARA, CA—Amid a generally positive outlook for apartments in 2017, Yardi Matrix does see issues with oversupply and a slowdown in rent increases in some metro areas.
ST. LOUIS—CRE has entered the digital era, and thanks to the emergence of online fundraising platforms, developers can easily streamline and enhance the manner in which they raise money says a source in this EXCLUSIVE commentary.