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NEW YORK CITY—The latter firm’s founder—a 27-year industry veteran—has been tapped to lead HFF’s M&A and corporate advisory services.
NEW YORK CITY—The firms had been in talks to redevelop 666 5th Ave. but government officials recently express conflict of interest concerns, given Kushner Cos.’ ties to Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law.
NEW YORK CITY—The construction financing will back a seven-story tower with 82 residential condominiums and a sizable amount of retail space.
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ZURICH—Swiss Re puts the 2016 tally at US$175 billion, almost double the level seen in 2015; the World Economic Institute says extreme weather tops the list of global risks.
PORTSMOUTH, NH—Dubai had the largest number of hotel rooms in its construction pipeline at year-end 2016, according to Lodging Econometrics.
LONDON—Joining Avison Young as a principal, Luke Mackenzie has arranged transactions that range in size from £35 million to £3 billion.
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NEW YORK CITY—Apartments and industrial, among other sectors, could see cash flow acceleration, while net lease could suffer if inflation and higher interest rates come, write analysts at Fitch Ratings.
NEW YORK CITY—Each for different reasons, Millennials and Baby Boomers are gravitating toward apartments as a solution, says a Kroll Bond Rating Agency report.
ROCKVILLE, MD--The REIT is partnering with Freight Farms, a company that retrofits shipping containers with vertical farming technology.
McLEAN, VA--Or, a story illustrating the essential role soft money is likely to play in the LIHTC world.