Orange County Headlines
IRVINE, CA—It’s just good business sense overall to hire smart, young professionals as much as possible, plus this cohort can see the direct impact this work will have in communities and on individual lives, CPP’s Anand Kannan tells GlobeSt.com.
IRVINE, CA—Political and geographic constraints tend to limit home supply in many areas in blue states, whereas major metro areas in red states do not have these supply constraints, ATTOM Data’s Daren Blomquist tells GlobeSt.com.
IRVINE, CA—Builders finding it necessary to build more-expensive housing to generate a profit and owners of existing entry-level homes being less willing to sell are two new factors contributing to the lack of affordable housing, First American’s Mark Fleming tells GlobeSt.com.
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NEW YORK CITY—Comprised of Northwind Group, Harrison Street Real Estate Capital and the Engel Burman Group, the buyer group plans extensive upgrades to 305 West End Ave.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ—According to sources at RealShare Healthcare Real Estate, in the medical office sector, competition has increased for higher quality assets and there has been more of a portfolio premium.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ—Sources at RealShare Healthcare Real Estate on Thursday discussed the response of healthcare systems and the changes in the continuum of care and agree that creative solutions are key to the future.
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NEW YORK CITY—S&P Global Ratings anticipates a default rate of 13% for next year’s maturing CMBS loans.
LOS ANGELES—At a recent event, Bob Champion of Champion Real Estate Co., says that not only are there changes taking place in the renter lifestyle, but rents will continue to grow. Will there be a red ceiling?
SEATTLE—Plans to triple the size of its Chinese footprint figure prominently in the coffee retailer’s growth projections over the next five years.
NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Strip centers offer an investor a prudent hedge against future inflation if there is a jump in long-term treasury rates, CBRE’s Arthur Flores tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ—"Transforming the exterior design of the property has been an essential part of our plan for the project from the very beginning," says Don Ghermezian, president of Triple Five Worldwide. "Our vision is to create an elegant and visually exciting façade that will showcase the exceptional retail and entertainment destinations found inside American Dream."