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Middle Market Digest
Here's a roundup of middle market transactions and news from the previous week.
NEW YORK CITY—The Midtown property is jointly owned by SL Green and Prudential Real Estate Investors.
More New York Headlines
- SL Green Sells Stake in Midtown Resi Building
- Treeline Inks Four Law Firm Leases
- Rouse Properties Expands NE Presence
- Level Group Launches Hospitality Industry Team
- Two Firms Tapped for Hudson Square Portfolio Agency
- Trophy Midtown Office Secures Hefty Refi
- GPT Picks Up 14 Industrial Buildings Nationwide
- Middle Market Digest: This Week in the Northeast
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.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—Affordable multifamily apartments provide critically needed housing by giving preference to low-income families and people who live or work in Mountain View, thereby promoting accessibility to those struggling to find housing in an extremely competitive market.
More National Headlines
- A Farewell and Celebration At CREW Con
- Tighe: “I Realize How Fortunate I’ve Been”
- Apt. Values Rise Along with Office, Industrial
- Pebblebrook, Denihan Split $820M Portfolio
- Middle Market Digest: This Week in the North West
- The Ins and Outs of Lease Workouts
- What Challenges Are Facing Developers Today?
- Digital Realty Launching New Downtown Data Center
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.
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.
CHICAGO—The developer has helped transform several of Chicago’s industrial neighborhoods into trendy office centers, and plans to go national with projects in Portland, Miami and Nashville.