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Market Trends 
Current Market Trends: Millennials are moving the needle on retail. | Disruption is coming for grocers. | Retirement properties grows as a niche investment market. | Artificial Intelligence is the new user interface. | What's in store for medical office buildings in 2017?
Market Trends 
What are the top 10 cities to start a business? | Skilled labor needed to boost manufacturing. | Projected shortage in 2026 for senior housing equilibrium.
Regional Outlook 

 Chicago's Willis Tower starts $500 million renovation.| Cannabis expands Denver's industrial market. | The retail market in Boston is strong.

International Beat 
U.S. cross-border flow slows down over past four quarters. | Rents in Grade A office buildings in Beijing’s CBD are expected to decline 15 percent by 2021.
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Regional Outlook 

International Beat 
Leadenhall Building in London was purchased for $1.42 billion | 2016 European transaction dips from record levels. | China leads real private consumption growth based on 2016 forecasts.
Mixed Signals 

Commercial real estate financing is still relatively cheap and fairly accessible, but there is room for volatility. With a Trump administration, the Brexit vote, and an increasing 10-year Treasury Note rate, a lot can change in the commercial real estate lending in the coming months.

International Beat 
CIRE Magazine (Jan/Feb 2017): A look at the latest in commercial real estate industry around the globe.
Market Trends 

U.S. industrial markets absorbed 74.9 msf in the third quarter of 2016, rising 29.1 percent compared to third quarter of 2015, according to Cushman & Wakefield. To date, the industrial sector has posted 26 consecutive quarters of net occupancy gains. “The indicators we monitor, such as containerized traffic, transportation indices, and consumer confidence, are still trending in a positive direction, which should continue to translate into robust industrial leasing activity,” says Kevin Thorpe, global chief economist at Cushman & Wakefield in Washington, D.C.

Regional Outlook 

Investment is booming in San Francisco | Uber and Lyft ride sharing affects CRE sector | Nashville hotel rates grow with increase in tourism | Low oil prices and bigger business profits | Construction in Chicago is big | Boston's warehouses drive vibrant industrial market | Twin Cities multi-tenant market fundamentals continue improvement

Regional Outlook 

Houston's office market may rise again. | Top 5 multifamily markets with the highest 2017 expected completions and absorption. | Low office vacancy rates in Boston. | Industrial markets in California and Miami are strong | Hotel market grows in Charlotte, N.C.

Market Trends 

Current Market Trends: Consumers are increasingly aware of prices. What does that mean for retail? | The top 10 U.S. cities with the lowest industrial vacancy rates | Industrial rents reach highest peak since 2007 | What are the five major trends affecting CRE?