Jessica Miller

Jessica
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Since its creation in 1990, the Real Estate Investment Advisory Council (REIAC) has provided principals and senior executives at some of the nation's
New Urbanism Projects: The Next Frontier for Big-Box Retailers
ATLANTA -- Mixed-use projects are one of the quickest — and most profitable — ways for big-box retailers to enter new markets, according to a panel of retail real estate experts who spoke during the International Council of Shopping Centers’ 2004 Southeast Conference taking place at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta Oct. 26.
NIC Annual Conference: Senior Living Sector in a Lending Lull
CHICAGO – Increasing competition among lenders in the seniors housing sector has caused loan volume to drop precipitously in the second quarter, according to the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industries (NIC). Volume decreased 33% to $336 million from the first quarter to the second quarter of 2004. NIC released the new data at its 14th annual conference taking place in Chicago Oct. 6-8.
Live from MBA/CREF 2004: Don’t Expect an Office ‘Surge’ Until ’05
ORLANDO -- It will be 2005 before the office market sees a surge of demand, according to a panel of industry experts at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s
Kincaid: EOP Moving Away from ‘Building-Centric’ Strategy
Positioning to benefit from an economic upswing, Equity Office Properties Trust has shifted over the past two years from a "building-centric" investment
Survey: Most Corporate Real Estate Execs Not Planning To Move Jobs Overseas
ATLANTA — Corporate real estate executives at large corporations won’t be moving many higher level or service functions overseas in the next 12 months,
CoreNet Panel: Auctions A Creative Way to Dispose of Surplus Properties
ATLANTA — Corporations looking to dispose of surplus space in these turbulent times are turning to creative disposition techniques such as auctions to
Survey: Most Corporate Real Estate Execs Not Planning To Move Jobs Overseas
ATLANTA — Corporate real estate executives at large corporations won’t be moving many higher level or service functions overseas in the next 12 months,
SVN Looks East for Acquisitions
SVN Equities has spent most of its five-year existence scouring its home turf, California, for deals on business parks, retail centers and office buildings.
‘Big niches’ can offer big returns for multifamily investors
Niche markets will offer increasing rewards for multifamily investors over the next decade, according to Leanne Lachman, principal at Atlanta-based Lend
Linneman: Excess supply may prolong multifamily industry’s woes
The multifamily sector will return to "normal levels of demand" by December of 2003, but vacancies will continue to creep up as new supply comes on line.
Industrial: In Search of Stability
For real estate investors seeking stability, warehouse space looks like a safe bet. The stalwart of the industrial sector, warehouse space is viewed as
Office Properties: The Worst Could Be Ahead
After hotels, the office sector is the biggest victim of the soft economy, according to Chicago-based research firm Real Estate Research Corp. (RERC).
Office Fundamentals Continue to Crumble
Climbing vacancies and a sluggish leasing market continue to dog the national office market. The national vacancy rate for CBDs registered 14.4% in the
Lowe Enterprises wins NAIOP’s ‘Developer of the Year’ award
The National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) has selected Los Angeles-based Lowe Enterprises Inc. as its "2002 Developer of the
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