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NEW YORK CITY—For Chambers Street Properties' founder and upcoming RealShare Industrial speaker Jack Cuneo, great tenants and great timing mean great returns.
SAN DIEGO-Never mind the US as a safe haven. Fred Gortner is winding down his US portfolio and focusing more than ever on Latin America, as he explains in this EXCLUSIVE interview.
SAN DIEGO-It’s not all about deals. IREM is digging into leadership issues in a big way, and in this EXCLUSIVE interview, incoming president Joe Greenblatt details the void the organization is attempting to fill.
NEW YORK CITY-But it has also gotten to the point that retailers in core markets might have trouble generating enough in sales to afford climbing rents, says CBRE's David LaPierre
NEW YORK CITY-Healthcare Trust of America chief Scott Peters breaks down the perks to the sector as a result of the legislation in an EXCLUSIVE video interview with GlobeSt.com’s John Salustri.
NEW YORK CITY-In an exclusive video interview, Rich Walter of Bank Assetpoint discusses the climate for investment and the state of the distress market.
NEW YORK CITY-We've done it (redefined yet again the nature of CRE-based digital intelligence). You've seen it. Now you can explore it in depth.
NEW YORK CITY-The industry’s leading news and information site has pushed the digital envelope, again underscoring its dominance.
NEW YORK CITY-Lee & Associates' Indvik stops by the GlobeSt. headquarters to give his views on the overall state of commercial real estate.
NEW YORK CITY- More than 82% expect REIT performance to be better this year than in 2010, and over 91% expect 2012s financial results to exceed those in 2011.
NEW YORK CITY-The team at Cushman & Wakefield that is leasing up the World Trade Center talks about the challenges and successes of the project.
NEW YORK CITY-Cushman & Wakefield's NYC brokerage team talks about leasing the World Trade Center site.
NEW YORK CITY-Multifamily financing is still hotter than ever, as the property sector continues to dominate commercial real estate.
NEW YORK CITY-Long Island City's multifamily development is taking off, and other commercial real estate uses should follow.
LOS ANGELES-Multifamily acquisitions are hot right now, apartment development is on its way and other thoughts on the industry are shared by Moss Adams Capital's Steve Duffy.