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SAN DIEGO—From Little Italy to the East Village, real neighborhoods are emerging in Downtown San Diego, changing the vibe and providing an exciting place for companies to locate and for people to live and work, C&W’s Derek Hulse tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
SAN DIEGO—The Alexandria at Torrey Pines is already a state-of-the-art office space. Now it is aiming to have its amenities—including conference and event space, a restaurant with patio, a full gym and a theater—used by its life-sciences neighbors. GlobeSt.com got an EXCLUSIVE tour.
SAN DIEGO—We’re not building enough housing to meet the near-term needs of our largest cohort of residents—Millennials, who are seeking affordable homes as they approach child-rearing age, Gary London tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
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AUSTIN, TX—In preparation for RealShare Austin coming up, Jamil Alam of Endeavor Real Estate Group, discussed the area's transformation including the latest trends and general issues facing Austin today.
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AUSTIN, TX—Cushman & Wakefield and Oxford Commercial have cemented a long-term partnership, capped off with the announcement of a formal acquisition.
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NEW YORK CITY—Hired as senior director of operations, the industry veteran has been in the business for three-and-a-half decades.
CHEVY CHASE, MD—The combined portfolio includes over 9.7 million square feet of office assets, one million square feet of retail assets and 4,500 residential units.
NEW YORK CITY—Following a lackluster first quarter for CMBS, May has seen “one of the most active issuance weeks in months” thanks to a $2.3-billion trio of conduit deals, according to Trepp.
CHEVY CHASE. MD—New York REIT’s stock price fell 8.1% on the morning after the deal was announced.