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Deal Makers 

{Southeast}  Orlando's Big Deal Unicorp is developing a new $1 billion, 82-acre mixed-use project called O-Town West in Orlando, Fla. The project will combine 100,000 square feet of retail with 15,000 units of multifamily housing and 300 to 400 single-family homes. Amenities include a recreational la

Economic Futurist 

CCIM Connections As CCIM Institute's chief economist, K.C. Conway spends a lot of time looking at the future. CCIMs need to do that too, he says, and he recently discussed several areas where real estate professionals can be better prepared for market and technological change. Analytical skills: “We're p

Mid-Year Market Update 

 

Deal Makers 

 

Upping The Ante 

 

Crowd Control 

 

Deal Makers 

 

Rapid Evolution 

The days when traditional retailers fit into one box and online retailers fit into their own separate box are falling by the wayside. The next generation of retail is a big melting pot of physical stores and showrooms, e-commerce platforms, and logistics networks all tied together with more technology.

 

Eastern Promise 

 

Affordable Housing 

 

Combatting Workforce Shrinkage 

The talent pool for commercial real estate professionals is shrinking. How can the industry curb the tide and bring in more professionals, more diversity, and more young people into the CRE workforce?

Urban Satellites Rising 

Urban satellites have experienced substantial working-age population growth and new apartment construction over the past six years, indicating that many Americans are choosing to stay in the orbit of large, successful cities such as New York, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.

Economic Growth Gap 

The days when traditional retailers fit into one box and online retailers fit into their own separate box are falling by the wayside. The next generation of retail is a big melting pot of physical stores and showrooms, e-commerce platforms, and logistics networks all tied together with more technology.

Teaching an Old Box New Tricks 

Vacant big-box stores offer communities the opportunity to reimagine and repurpose empty space - called adaptive reuse - to fill needs that are going unmet or to create a more dynamic presence in the existing environment

Common Ground 

 Plenty of unknowns occur in any international commercial real estate transaction. Differences in language, laws, and business practices can complicate any deal that crosses global borders, so anything that provides a common ground can make the deal go more smoothly.

 

Senior Housing 

The days when traditional retailers fit into one box and online retailers fit into their own separate box are falling by the wayside. The next generation of retail is a big melting pot of physical stores and showrooms, e-commerce platforms, and logistics networks all tied together with more technology.

Legislative Agenda Brings Opportunity 

Last year brought several favorable legislative changes for commercial real estate that will carry into 2019, yet there is still cause for concern.

Equal Partners 

 

Rising Stars 

 

Under Control 

In the decade since the risk of vapor intrusion has become a prominent commercial real estate environmental concern, sophisticated developers have learned to assess and manage the risk and unlock the value of the affected properties.

Yield Ahead 

While the U.S. economy picked up steam in 2018 thanks to strong confidence from both consumers and businesses, commercial real estate professionals may need to brace for some speed bumps ahead in 2019.

2019: The Year of FASB 

 

The Future, Now 

 

Embracing Technology 

Commercial real estate professionals can change the way they do business — or be left behind. Commercial real estate finally is catching up with other finance industries. Players across the board, from brokers to asset managers and investment professionals and every role in between, are realizing the t

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