New York Headlines
NEW YORK CITY—The real estate investment and management firm has picked up a position in a Midtown South tower and a Class A building in Midtown.
BEDFORD, NY—The prolific developer’s work—which can be seen across New York City, Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles—included some of the 20th century’s most iconic projects.
NEW YORK CITY—In this second story in a three part GlobeSt.com series, the national organization discusses three components of its Emerging Trends in Real Estate report.
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LOS ANGELES—The investor buys the Gateway Corporate Center in Diamond Bar, saying the market and surrounding markets, like Pomona and West Covina, are “historically very stable.”
CHICAGO—The Chicago-based firm has recently promoted several long-time insiders and provided leadership opportunities for women and people of color.
DALLAS—Revere Capital’s headquarters move to Dallas was motivated by recruiting top talent, the business-friendly aspects of Texas, the lack of a corporate tax rate and the firm’s plans to increase deal flow.
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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.