We’ve had a rough start to 2020 (to say the least), but we can see some light and our summer months will be a true tell of how the economy will shake out moving forward.
With the election behind us and the promise of a vaccine—or several—coming to market, lenders are preparing fore healthy capital allocations next year.
At a sale price of $275 million, Cupertino-based developer Hunter Properties recently disposed of Phase I of Coleman Highline, a 1.75 million-square-foot mixed-use campus.
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