Jennifer Duell Popovec

Jennifer Duell
New REITs Struggle to Match Performance Levels of Established Players
Recent real estate IPOs continue to underperform the broader real estate sector, which may discourage other companies from going public this year.
Developers Are Increasingly Pursuing Adaptive Reuse Opportunities
There are many reasons why developers are attracted to adaptive reuse today. There is an increased demand from cities, residents and tenants for renewed urban cores. Americans are regaining a taste for urban living and moving from suburbs back to redeveloped cities.
Commercial Mortgage REITs: Less Risk, Same Reward?
According to backers, the newer commercial mortgage REITs operate more prudently than their predecessors and boast improved transparency.
Inside EPR’s Charter School Investment Play
Entertainment Properties Trust counts 34 charter schools in its portfolio.
REIT Secondary Offering Activity Remains Strong
Publicly-traded REITs have already raised $1 billion in secondary offerings in 2012.
Mezzanine Lenders Look Forward to a Big Year
2012 may go down as the year mezzanine lenders came back in a big way due to a constellation of factors coming into line.
Why Taubman Turned Regency Square Over to its Lenders
Taubman Centers opted to turn over a struggling Richmond mall to its creditors.
Lehman Seeks to Trump Equity Archstone Bid as Debate on Entity's Value Rages
Lehman Brothers is seeking bankruptcy court approval to outbid Equity Residential for a stake in Archstone as analysts puzzle over the apartment owner's true value.
Lehman Prepares for Lengthy Battle to Keep Archstone
Lehman Brothers will try to hold on to its $22 billion investment.
As it Expanded, Fossil Flipped its Headquarters for a New Leased Space
Earlier this year, Fossil inked a long-term lease for 535,000 sq. ft. of office space at 901 Central in Richardson, a northern suburb of Dallas. At the same time, the company sold off two office buildings and one distribution facility totaling 459,000 sq. ft.
Federal Agencies May Be Forced to Reduce Their Footprints
One ramification of federal budget tightening may be a reduction in the amount of space agencies currently inhabit.
There's No Place Like (A Multifamily) Home
While it may be an exaggeration to say the American Dream of homeownership is dead, it's a fact that more and more Americans are choosing to rent.
Student Housing Provides Opportunity, But Requires Homework
When most people think of student housing, images from the movie “Animal House” usually come to mind. It’s a common misperception, and one that continues to influence investment decisions today. The reality of student housing, however, is far removed ...
Hungry for Tax Revenue, Municipalities Serve Up Incentives to Lure Retailers and Developers
This summer, The Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City will open, bringing a new offering to the local shopping scene.
London Property Valuations
The repricing of commercial property that continues around the globe has already occurred in London.
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