The State of Infrastructure 2012
Roadways, railways and a revitalized Panama Canal. Virtually every city in the US is laboring with an infrastructure woefully behind the times. But efforts are afoot nationally (to the extent that federal dollars can help) to upgrade our tattered ribbons of highways, to create high-speed rail and revitalize our ports to accommodate an anticipated new era of container shipping.
LOS ANGELES—Demographic diversity is going to help keep our economy thriving, and the next generation is already taking the reigns, Hessam Nadji of Marcus & Millichap said in his keynote speech at RealShare Los Angeles.
CHICAGO—The National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries’ NCREIF Property Index has now registered four consecutive quarters of sub-1% appreciation.
NEW YORK CITY—He joins the firm after serving as president of US operations for Colliers International, and previously toiling at several other industry companies in senior level positions.
NEW YORK CITY—In an SEC filing on Wednesday, KKR Real Estate Finance Trust cites “strong demand” for commercial real estate debt capital domestically.