NYC Boosts Up Its Broadband Capacity
NEW YORK CITY-Officials have introduced legislation that will streamline the process for broadband-related permitting, allowing the citys real estate sector to increase its bandwidth to support increased growth from technology companies.
DEL MAR, CA—Each hotel in each market is unique, and owners and operators must know who their customer is at each hotel and figure out how to meet their needs, speakers at RAR’s Lodging Forecast here tell attendees.
NEW YORK CITY—Among the sector’s other selling points, student housing’s rental growth volatility is “lower than conventional apartments,” says Tom Park with TH Real Estate.
DENVER—GlobeSt.com chats with APTO’s CEO, Tanner McGram, about the firm’s new interface and mobile app, optimized for exactly what brokers need when away from their desktop, while also solving other archaic and inefficient systems in the CRE space.
NEW YORK CITY—The appointee—who joins from EY and has served at CBRE, JLL and Savills Studley—will run a new critical transactions group, GlobeSt.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY.