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Deutsche Bank to acquire RREEF for $490 million
Deutsche Bank agreed Thursday to acquire Chicago-based RREEF in a deal that would make the Frankfurt, Germany-based bank the world’s largest real estate
OFFICE NEWS
Report: Manhattan office market hit five-year low before Sept. 11 CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF, most of Manhattan's 2001 occupancy losses actually occurred
Court delays Rodamco deal as shareholders question price
AFTER A PROTRACTED STRUGGLE TO REACH A DEAL, the $5.3 billion sale of Rotterdam, Netherlands-based Rodamco North America N.V. (RNA) to three mall developers
What do tenants really want? Survey finds ‘rental terms’ are top draw
Rental terms are the top priority of tenants when choosing office space, according to a survey by Northbrook, Ill.-based Joseph Real Estate Services Ltd.
OFFICE NEWS
Office markets looking sluggish through 2003, says C&W report THE TOP 10 OFFICE MARKETS WILL continue to slow through 2003, according to a recent report
RETAIL NEWS
Kmart's flickering blue light Discount retailer to outline store closing plans March 20 KMART CORP. PLANS TO ANNOUNCE IN MARCH WHICH stores it wants to
Tom Bell takes the reins at Cousins Properties
Atlanta-based Cousins Properties Inc. has named Thomas D. Bell Jr. president and CEO. Bell succeeds long-time Cousins leader Thomas Cousins, who will
Top 10 office markets to remain sluggish through 2003, C&W report predicts
The top 10 office markets will continue to slow through 2003, according to a recent report by New York-based Cushman & Wakefield. The report assessed
President of Cousins Properties steps down
Cousins Properties Inc.’s R. Dary Stone has decided to step down from his post as president and COO of the Atlanta-based REIT. Stone cited family considerations
Microsoft Corp. taps Jones Lang LaSalle to manage properties
In a deal that covers 8 million sq. ft. of office space, Chicago-based Jones Lang LaSalle has been chosen by Microsoft Corp. to manage the software provider’s
RETAIL NEWS
THE WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE SHOPPING STREETS 2001 The survey monitored rents in 221 locations in 43 countries in the 12-month period ending June 2001.
OFFICE NEWS
Equis Corp.: Shift from signature buildings began before Sept. 11 Corporations began moving out of their signature buildings long before the terrorist
NAMES IN THE NEWS
Joseph Petro has joined Realpoint as vice president of sales. He will be responsible for leading sales, account development and client retention for the
CoStar Property is the newest gadget in Equity Office’s research toolbox
Chicago-based Equity Office Properties Trust has signed a national agreement with Bethesda, Md.-based CoStar Group to use the CoStar Property inventory
Thor Equities plans urban renaissance with $260 million deal
The new year may bring new life for several urban retail properties around the nation. In transactions worth $260 million, New York-based developer Thor
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