Local Unions, Business Owners Rally in Support of NYU 2031 Plan
NEW YORK CITY-Members of the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce and the citys Building and Construction Trades Council stumped on the steps of City Hall urging BP Scott Stringer to support the schools agenda for growth.
INDIANAPOLIS—Suburban submarkets have dominated the office markets in some cities, but the trend toward urban living is causing a shift.
NEW YORK CITY—It’s not only the rise of e-commerce that’s pushing private equity and REITs to increase their allocations to industrial, Altus Group’s Chuck DiRocco tells GlobeSt.com.
CORONA DEL MAR, CA—Established restaurant chains with strong financials will likely still be valued at a premium over a food hall/marketplace—unless the guarantor has a history that would surpass other chains or operators, Hanley’s Carlos Lopez tells GlobeSt.com.
NEW YORK CITY—Capital One recently surveyed multifamily industry participants at the RealShare Apartments conference to assess market sentiment for the coming year and learns that while many industry participants believe that demand is running ahead of supply, the general sense is that the market will tighten somewhat in 2017.