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John Salustri

John Salustri

John Salustri has covered the commercial real estate industry for nearly 25 years. He was the founding editor of GlobeSt.com, and is a four-time recipient of the Excellence in Journalism award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

  • Navigating a New Era of Investor, Occupier Demand

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    Navigating a New Era of Investor, Occupier Demand

    NEW YORK CITY—In an exclusive interview with GlobeSt.com, CBRE’s Mike Lafitte says traditional approaches to meeting client demand simply don’t cut it anymore.

  • Retail News Got You Down? Stick to Your Knitting

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    Retail News Got You Down? Stick to Your Knitting

    OAK BROOK, IL—That’s the advice from Shane Garrison of RPAI. Like Mark Twain’s death (at least before he died), news of retail’s demise is greatly exaggerated.

  • Big Data: The Ultimate in Customer Tracking

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    Big Data: The Ultimate in Customer Tracking

    OAK BROOK, IL--Big Data or Big Brother? Yes, says RPAI’s Maria Pope Toliopoulos, but the benefits of modern customer tracking can’t be denied. Big Data is less like Big Brother and more like Moneyball.

  • Net Leased Properties Ride Economy’s Wave

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    Net Leased Properties Ride Economy’s Wave

    CALABASAS, CA—Despite an investor recalibration in the wake of rising interest rates, the net-leased sector is riding a wave of consumer confidence, according to Marcus & Millichap’s Bill Rose.

  • E-Retailing Myths: The Trouble with Clicks

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    E-Retailing Myths: The Trouble with Clicks

    TEMECULA, CA—Don’t believe everything you read about the threat of e-commerce. A deeper dive into the numbers reveals some interesting truths.

  • Growth, Concerns Mark 2017 Hospitality Picture

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    Growth, Concerns Mark 2017 Hospitality Picture

    CALABASAS, CA—The economy supports continued growth in the national hospitality sector, says Marcus & Millichap. A deeper dive reveals pockets of concern, but expansion is still the theme for 2017.

  • Park It Here: Driverless Cars and the Office Market

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    Park It Here: Driverless Cars and the Office Market

    PHOENIX—The future is coming at us at a breakneck pace—and it’s riding in a driverless vehicle. What will that mean for the office market? Lee & Associates’ Andrew Cheney gives us a peek.

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