SAN DIEGO—Assets that offer curb appeal and a strong aesthetic, with good loading and truck access and a minimum of one to two truck doors, are among those that attract investors in flex buildings, BLT Enterprises’ Rob Solomon tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
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SAN DIEGO—A demographic shift is mostly to blame for this migration as Baby Boomers entering retirement age want to move away from management-intensive assets into passive income-producing real estate, M&M’s Alvin Mansour tells Globest.com EXCLUSIVELY.
SAN DIEGO—Developing a tenant-focused digital strategy for all its retail properties of any size focuses promotional efforts on the individual tenants rather than the center itself and is more effective in increasing foot traffic, Capstone’s Alex Zikakis tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
SAN DIEGO—In preparation for the upcoming ICSC Western conference next week, GlobeSt.com caught up with CBRE first VP, Arthur Flores, on retail investments.
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BOSTON—The Greater Boston Association of Realtors and the Massachusetts Association of Realtors issued sales reports for the month of July that pointed to lower home sales volume and for-sale inventory, while modest increases in the median price for a home, both in Greater Boston and statewide.
WASHINGTON, DC--Colliers International is expanding its project management service line by building a dedicated team for the brokerage community, which is where Leighty comes in.
IRVINE, CA—Engagement, collaboration, well-being and productivity are necessary in the workplace in order to attract and retain talent, Dr. Tracy Brower tells GlobeSt.com in this recap of a recent CoreNet SoCal event.
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MILPITAS, CA—Milpitas is a prime example of a market that is poised for economic growth, with technology sector jobs and a new BART station making it a fundamentally durable location for multifamily investments.
LADERA RANCH, CA—The jury’s still out on whether the newly opened Ladera Sports Center will impact the development of other community projects, but the grand opening had an impressive turnout, founder H. Michael Schwartz tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
MIAMI—JLL’s Justin Greider says this should not be misinterpreted.
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RALEIGH, NC—“As an independent contractor, third-party broker, whether you’re doing office, industrial or retail, that’s an inevitable challenge that we all have to accept,” Bryan Everett, SIOR, first VP at CBRE, tells GlobeSt.com.
JERSEY CITY, NJ—The company went out of its way to say in its statement that “Litt’s resignation is not related to any disagreement with the company’s operations, policies, or practices.”