NJ Bankers president John McWeeney described the outlook as “an opportunity for meaningful change for the better,” at a meeting of bank marketers this week. He described the government transition as a “high-risk administration,” that nevertheless offers an opportunity for tax reform and regulatory relief that should benefit commercial banks.
New York Headlines
NEW YORK CITY—The area’s downtown corridor is now slated to get a sprawling mixed-use development that will feature retail, office, residential and hotel space.
NEW YORK CITY—The move gives the former firm a greatly expanded international footprint, boosting its presence “from San Francisco to Doha; Los Angeles to London,” says company founder and CEO Sam Nazarian.
NEW YORK CITY—Located in Brooklyn Heights, the property is comprised of 86 residential units—as well as a retail section—for mixed-income tenants.
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TUCSON, AZ—Technology and the economy underpin the evolution in the continuum of care, says Rendina’s Neil Carolan, who will lead a discussion at RealShare Healthcare.
MORGAN HILL, CA—The flex property was developed in 2002 as a build-to-suit for Paramit Corp. and is 100% occupied by that firm for its headquarters/research and development operations.
DALLAS—In today’s ever-changing technological world, transactions executed on a laptop, tablet or smartphone has become commonplace. Taking it…
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Whether it's something old or something new, the October issue of Forum looks at the technologies, institutions and up-and-comers that are bringing a fresh perspective to commercial real estate.
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LOS ANGELES—CBRE says bank originations began to ease in the third quarter, while the Fed’s latest survey of senior loan officers points to a smaller increase in demand for commercial real estate loans.
RICHARDSON, TX—RealPage chief economist Greg Willett tells GlobeSt.com what’s driving the stratification, and how apartment rent growth is likely to progress in the next year or two.
WASHINGTON, DC--The problem isn’t that online sales are rocking the Thanksgiving Day holiday weekend but underperforming properties and retailers.