Capital infusion set to reboot 666 Fifth Avenue

Kushner Companies, which has hammered out a deal with Brookfield Asset Management to recapitalize New York’s 666 Fifth Avenue, is

Fitch forecasts CMBS delinquency drop

The U.S. commercial mortgage-backed securities delinquency rate is expected to finish 2018 between 2.25% and 2.75%, according to a new

Report: Is the industrial sector set for a space glut?

Supply and demand are evenly matched in the U.S. industrial market at this point in the cycle but an oversupply

LaSalle: CRE navigates rocky geopolitical, economic environment

The commercial real estate market is holding its own against a backdrop of structural and cyclical shifts, acting as a

Dealpath, CompStak JV highlights next-phase tech market

A new partnership between Dealpath and CompStak to share data on their respective specialties – pipeline tracking, deal management and

New GDPR regs raise data bar

The General Data Protection Regulation has gone into effect, tightening the standards for treatment of data for E.U. citizens and

Toys R Us closing spurs NYC submarket revival

Retail space on the East Side of New York’s Union Square is expected to see a significant revitalization due to

Deduction limits start to spur sales in high-tax states

The commercial real estate market is starting to see the impact of two parts of the recent overhaul of the

Moody’s to cities: Address climate risks or face downgrades  

Moody’s Investor Service is warning U.S. cities that their ability to respond to climate change risks could have an impact on

Republican tax proposal keeps 1031 exchanges…for now

Republican efforts to rewrite the U.S. tax code got a shot in the arm on Tuesday when the Senate Budget

Deloitte: Robotic process automation on the rise

Robotic process automation can help commercial real estate companies increase the efficiency of and the costs associated with data collection,

Geopolitical turmoil raises specter of credit freeze

One of the biggest systemic risks to the U.S. commercial real estate market is a potential military conflict with North

CRE market struggles to adapt to digital world

The commercial real estate industry is struggling to adapt to the impact of the digital revolution, which is having an

Investors repurpose, revitalize former industrial centers

Commercial real estate investors and developers are working to revitalize Midwestern and Northeast cities that are moving toward a return

Los Angeles Olympic dreams

Los Angeles brokers and investors are optimistic that hosting the Olympics in 2028 will be a boon for the city’s

CenterSquare sees value in maturing single-family market

CenterSquare Investment Management believes there’s substantial value in the single-family rental market, which is benefiting from secular shifts away from homeownership

Planned LIBOR phaseout could roil floating-rate space

A plan by U.K. regulators to phase out LIBOR, the benchmark interest rate that underpins more than $350trn of financial

Big Apple retail investors shifting to acquisition mode

  After a long period of hypergrowth that led to inflated prices and rents, New York retail specialists are looking