MIAMI—With a $643 million price tag, it’s a legitimate question.
MIAMI—“With growing demand and no new supply, rental rates and occupancies in the Fort Lauderdale CBD are expected to continue to grow well into the future.”
Middle Market Digest
MIAMI—Here’s a look at the trends, announcements and deals you may have missed early this week in Florida.
More Miami Headlines
- Is Lending Volume About to Decline?
- How Lennar’s WCI Grab Impacts South Florida Market
- Developer: Economic Forces Catapult Fort Lauderdale Onto the World Stage
- Middle Market Digest: Early This Week in Florida
- Colliers Rolls Out New Strategic Division in Miami
- Will Your Insurance Cover Hurricane Matthew’s Damage?
- Franklin Street Makes Move to Expand Nationally
- Middle Market Digest: This Week in Florida
Capital market experts at RealShare Apartments last week discussed the performance of urban markets versus suburban assets, the opportunity in each space, as well as tech drivers as a catalyst to rent growth in certain markets.
HOUSTON—While secondary or tertiary cities where one or two dominant industries can significantly influence occupancies and financing can be difficult, most Texas submarkets have well-diversified economic drivers.
LOS ANGELES—Whether it is from ballot initiatives, land costs or construction costs, developers at the recent RealShare Apartments conference spoke about the long list of challenges that influence their decisions and shape their pipelines.
More National Headlines
- HNA Takes 25% Stake in Hilton
- Hotels Continue To Slowdown
- How Drones Can Improve Property Management
- A Look at How the Candidates' Tax Policies Could Affect the Real Estate Industry
- A Closer Look at Suburban Markets and Their Urban Counterparts
- Dollar General Is on an Upward Path
- Tech Sector: The Neighborhood’s Changing
- Airbnb Dealt a Major Blow in NY
In honor of Forum's 70th Anniversary, we have taken a look back at some of the people, deals and decisions that have helped to shape the industry over the past seven decades, and took a look ahead at the trends that will likely impact its future evolution.
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SAN DIEGO—There is a significant difference between what a new apartment project costs to build or buy today and the pricing on 1970s and 1980s vintage projects, which can typically be acquired for well below replacement costs, Pathfinder’s Lorne Polger tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
NEW YORK CITY—In this its largest US market, a new law has been put into place that could drastically curtail the company’s business here.
IRVINE, CA—While Dodd-Frank effectively banned the affordability products responsible for the housing bubble, in the wake of the price collapse, lawmakers struggle with unresolved issues pertaining to mortgage finance, Market InSite’s Larry Roberts tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
NEW YORK CITY—Major League Baseball has signed a new lease for approximately 400,000-square-feet at 1271 Ave. of the Americas. The iconic 48-story…