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Moving UptownThe urge to move into the city even has reached small markets, including Sioux Falls, S.D., where developer Craig Lloyd is spearheading the $150 million Uptown at Falls Park on a 5 acre downtown site. Containing 500 residential units

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Waterparks Make a SplashWaterparks are no passing fad, according to hospitality experts. Thirty three resorts with waterparks opened in 2007 and 55 are scheduled to open this year, a 32 percent increase that will result in 224 U.S. waterpark resorts

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Capitalization Rate Forecastby percentage of properties Property Type2007 Average Cap Rate% Decline% Increase% StableSuburban multifamily6.342.630.766.7Urban multifamily6.533.627.369.1Neighborhood strip center7.21 3.535.161.4Regional mall6.931.834.563.6CBD office7.464.432.563.2Suburban office7.421.828.170.2Bulk warehouse7.535.529.165.5R&D7.923.637.558.9Source Integra Realty Resources Manufacturers Move OutThe search for large parcels of industrial zoned land has pushed beyond

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Corporations Not InvestingDespite the fact that corporate profits are at their highest level in 40 years, today's chief executive officers are not investing back into business operations, says Deloitte Research's Chief Economist Carl Steidtmann. As a share of business investment,

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More Women Join Industry More women are joining the commercial real estate profession, but men still earn more at comparable age and experience levels, according to a 2005 Commercial Real Estate Women Network survey. Women comprise 36 percent of commercial

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Studying Student RentersNo surprise here College students look for student housing that provides social opportunities as well as a chance to assert their independence, according to “What Do Students Want?,” a National Multi Housing Council research study. After conducting focus

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Residential CrossoverAlthough the majority of 1.3 million members of the National Association of Realtors specialize in residential real estate, many have secondary specialties in the commercial sector. Percentage of NAR Members With Second FocusCommercial brokerage18%Land development18%Commercial property management11%International4%Auction2%Commercial appraisal1%Source 2007

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Condo Conversion Sales DoubleApartment sales to condominium converters doubled in 2005, from $11.6 billion in 2004 to $23.9 billion in 2005, according to Real Capital Analytics. Of the top 20 conversion markets, Phoenix recorded the highest yearly increase 1,384 percent.

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Downtown ConvenienceAfter becoming a suburban staple, convenience stores now are entering the urban market in search of new growth opportunities, primarily in successful 24 hour cities that have the residential base to support retail. And the opportunities are there, reports

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Markets to Watch New Orleans &mdash Local developers are rehabbing the Cosmopolitan Hotel into Louisiana&rsquo s first condo hotel, topping the 24 room historic building with a 26 floor, 103 unit tower, just blocks from the French Quarter. Prices range

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Markets to WatchMinneapolis St.Paul — Interstate 35’s bridge collapse last August has had no noticeable effect on the area’s commercial real estate market, according to Colliers Turley Martin Tucker, but an 11.5 percent industrial vacancy rate — eighth highest in

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Markets to WatchChicago —Windy City apartment sales could drop 30 percent this year, the steepest percentage decline since 2002, according to CB Richard Ellis. CBD sales rose 125 percent last year and the average unit price increased 85 percent to

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Missoula, Mont.A Different Kind of DevelopmentConservation development may sound like a contradiction, but as Montana and other Rocky Mountain states cope with increasing populations, this model of preserving open space may become an accepted practice. A good example is the

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New Orleans Markets RatedNew Orleans' apartment market garnered an investment conditions rating of 7.2 out of 10 points in a recent Real Estate Research Corp. study. Industrial came in second with a 6.4 rating and hotels third with a 5.6

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More Pro Teams for More CitiesProfessional sports teams are urban development magnets Cities build stadiums to attract them, spawning additional opportunities for retail, hospitality, and restaurant real estate. And many thriving secondary markets are

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