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Tokyo Economy Takes Flight
Kazaam! Pow! Boof! After a decade when the game seemed permanently over, someone finally hit the reset button on the Japanese economy, and the Tokyo office market is once again heading up, up, and away.
Investors Shy Away from Budapest
Angry at the prime minister following revelations that he had lied about the shaky state of Hungary's finances, 10,000 citizens took to the streets in September in protests
What Bubble?
The lofty sums of money investors are shelling out for commercial real estate assets are at an all-time high, but a recent study found that real prices adjusted for inflation are actually lower now than they were in 1985.
Breaking the Color Barrier
Chicago investor Quintin Primo III realized a long time ago that being an African American in commercial real estate was an asset, not a liability.
Global Investors Play Offense in Germany
At this year's World Cup hosted by Germany, billions of fans were mesmerized by matches whose results didn't sound too exciting to an American ear: 1-0,
Will the Brownfields Bloom?
Twenty-five years ago, the country was dotted with over 450,000 sites too contaminated with chemicals and other industrial waste to build on. Today, there
Beijing Goes for Gold
The 2008 Olympics may be three years away, but right now the odds seem good that Beijing will set records in at least one event: the property value high-dive.
Divots to Dollars
In many of the best locations for new residential development places near existing jobs, schools and shopping there's a scarcity of available land. Often,
Hey, Look Me Over
CEOs of public companies often complain about the pressure of meeting analysts' expectations. But it's a problem executives of many smaller REITS probably
The China Risk Puzzle
After years of glowing reports about the booming growth of Chinese real estate, a number of leading Western developers and private equity funds are preparing
U.S. Developers Moving into China
After years of glowing reports about the booming growth of Chinese real estate, a number of leading Western developers and private equity funds are preparing to enter the market.
It Pays to Be Green
Green design isn't just for a few trendy owners anymore. These days, even the Department of Defense, a federal agency not known for its environmental
Goodbye, Cube Farm
Like goatees, 19-year-old billionaires, and taking your dog to work, the open office format sounds like a '90s idea that should be over by now. On the
Cracking the Forbidden Market
China tops most corporate agendas these days no one ignores a country that's just become the third-largest exporter in the world. That is, unless you're
Simon Says Merge
Already the largest mall owner in the country, Simon Property Group is poised to become even bigger if its acquisition of Chelsea Property Group meets
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