By the late 1990s, Atlanta's Sweet Auburn district had soured. The area, named a National Historical Landmark in 1976 for its role and significance in the civil rights movement and African-American history, suffered from decades of urban decay and neglect.
National Real Estate Investor's Q&A with Insignia's Stuart Eisenkraft and Stephen Hubbard. Based in New York, Eisenkraft serves as executive director of international client services, while London-based Stephen Hubbard serves as deputy chairman of Insignia Richard Ellis.
Drawing on the views of more than 100 investors Preqin Investor Outlook: Real Estate, H2 2015, provides a unique and in-depth look at the appetite, plans, expectations and concerns of institutional investors active in the real estate asset class....More
The stars appear to be lining up in favor of a bull run in the seniors housing sector. Exclusive results from a study conducted jointly by NREI and the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) shows that respondents are optimistic on their outlook for the sector....More