Bailey Webb

Bailey
Webb
Articles
Sweet Auburn Rebirth
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.
Atlanta's Condo Market Teetering
Atlanta's condo market is giving investors indigestion. After torrid sales of 4,747 units in 2005, market tracker Haddow & Co. says condo sales plunged to 2,717 units in 2006, a 43% drop.
MIPIM's international flavor
By the shimmering blue-green Mediterranean, they gather each spring in Cannes, France, seeking deals, the latest in worldwide commercial real estate trends
Connecting with CoStar's Andrew Florance
CoStar Group has taken a dominant position in online data and listings. Is CoStar the 800-pound gorilla? Andrew Florance looks back on CoStar's origins
technotes
Former Pierce Arrow plant shoots to the future Buffalo, N.Y., does not immediately come to mind when one thinks of high-tech hot spots. But The Kissling
Connecting with CoStar's Andrew Florance
CoStar Group has taken a dominant position in online data and listings. Is CoStar the 800-pound gorilla?
Insignia's European Accent
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.
Colliers Seeley seals the deal
LOS ANGELES — Colliers Seeley represented both buyer and seller in the disposition of the Fullerton Industrial Park in Fullerton, Calif. Chicago-based
Opus West lands Discount Tire headquarters deal
PHOENIX — Discount Tire Co. has selected Opus West Corp. to develop its corporate headquarters campus in Scottsdale, Ariz. Located in the Grayhawk master-planned
New Duke-Weeks office campus ready-made for J.P. Morgan unit
TAMPA, Fla. Like Ponce de Leon a half millennium earlier, New York-based Chase Manhattan Corp., now J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., ventured to Florida looking
Q&A: Real answers re: Realcomm
For the next month and a half, Jim Young will be chained to his desk in Carlsbad, Calif., tying together the myriad loose ends for Realcomm, one of commercial
Raffles acquires Swissotels Hotels and Resorts
SINGAPORE — Raffles Holdings Ltd. has agreed to acquire Swissotel Holding AG, which owns and operates the Swissotel Hotel and Resorts, from SAirRelations,
Kipp/Stawski closes in on lease-up of 360 Madison Ave.
NEW YORK — The Kipp/Stawski Group has signed Gerard Klauer Mattison (GKM) to a 15-year, 83,900 sq. ft. lease at 360 Madison Ave. GKM will occupy floors
Hines makes a double play
HOUSTON and CHICAGO — In two partnership deals, Hines plans to develop its tenth office tower in downtown Houston and has acquired Chicago’s Quaker Tower.
Midtown, suburban leases in Atlanta
ATLANTA — A Midtown telecom development has gained a high-profile tenant, while Minneapolis-based St. Paul Cos. has found a new home for its Fire Marine

AdviceIQ

Connect With Us
National Real Estate Investor Related Sites

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×