MIAMI—SPACiO Design Build president Alex Wertheim sat down with GlobeSt.com to discuss how his firm is adapting as Miami’s real estate cycle evolves.
Middle Market Digest
MIAMI—Here’s a look at the trends, announcements and deals you may have missed early this week in Florida.
MIAMI—Find out what Angelo Bianco is predicting for 2017.
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SAN FRANCISCO—Top real estate executives’ confidence in the US economy and housing market for 2017 has softened compared to two years ago, however, California’s economy continues to outpace the US economy.
McLEAN, VA--Wells Fargo executed the CMBS financing and CBRE’s Atlanta Capital Markets Debt and Structured Finance group structured the five-year loan.
Middle Market Digest
Here is a roundup of the latest leases, sales and other transactions in the Northeast middle markets.
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- Secondary CBDs Achieving Balance with Suburbs
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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 and NEW YORK CITY—The equity REIT resulting from the three-way merger has an equity market cap of about $9 billion and AUM of $58 billion.
SACRAMENTO—Assets in secondary and tertiary markets are getting more scrutiny, and lenders are pricing interest rate hikes in underwriting, especially with Dodd-Frank regulations taking effect and an increase in interest rates.