Jessica Miller

Jessica
Miller
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Better Days Ahead?
It's been a rough year for Grubb & Ellis. In May, the company reported a 27% slide in revenue for its third quarter, ended March 31. Then it fended off
The Rush to Credit Tenants
Single-tenant, net-lease properties are a hot commodity these days. Case in point: Inland Real Estate Acquisitions the buying arm of Inland Group, well-known
Proposed land swap may smooth way for Ground Zero redevelopment
In response to a growing controversy over the proposed scale of the World Trade Center site redevelopment, New York City officials have proposed an exchange
TAMPA THE CULTURE MECCA. REALLY.
Tampa, a city of 2.3 million located on Florida's Gulf Coast, is known for football, beaches and urban sprawl. Now the city wants to be known for its
FOLLOWING THE MONEY
FOR CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD INC., THE key to global growth is the one-two punch of strategy and the infrastructure to support it. And that approach has helped
DEVELOPERS: AN EXPANDING EMPIRE
DESPITE THE ECONOMIC HAILSTORM of recent months, office development giant Hines has emerged relatively unscathed. And for good reason. Since the early
Staying Close To Home
These are tough times for Big D. Office vacancies in Dallas have topped 20% and absorption levels totaled a negative 3 million sq. ft. for 2001 and are
Calling It Quits
Ending a seven-year partnership, Mills will purchase shares of joint venture for $430 million. No longer relying on its bigger partner's clout to move
Industry expert predicts 'tepid' economic recovery
SALT LAKE CITY — Although the economy is performing well relative to other recessions, expect recovery to be initially tepid, advises Dr. Raymond Torto,
Corporate real estate execs celebrate launch of CoreNet Global
SALT LAKE CITY — The inaugural summit of CoreNet Global began with a bang — literally. A surprise spray of fireworks and rainbow confetti showered hundreds
NRF RAISES RETAIL SALES ESTIMATE FOR 2002
The National Retail Federation (NRF) has responded to strong growth in several major economic indicators by raising its retail sales estimate for 2002.
It's A Deal!
Trophy properties seem to have retained their appeal despite the threat of terrorism. In the latest deal, Los Angeles-based developer MaguirePartners
STAPLETON READY TO TAKE FLIGHT
The first phase of the $4 billion Stapleton project, a public-private collaboration between developer Forest City Enterprises and the City of Denver,
RETAIL NEWS
General Growth acquires JP Realty DIPPING INTO A CASH PILE FROM its failed Rodamco North America bid, General Growth Properties Inc. will acquire JP Realty
OFFICE NEWS
Empire State Building sold for $57.5 million FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOUR decades, the same entity will both own the Empire State Building and hold the
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