Joe Gose

Joe
Gose
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Economy and Layoffs Cement Tenant’s Market
The era of rapidly rising office rents that dominated the booming property markets in 2006 and 2007 has reversed course, giving tenants the upper hand at the bargaining table.
Modern Office Champion Peter Doran Whips Corporate Space into Shape
When Nokia and Siemens AG launched a roughly $19 billion communications infrastructure joint venture known as Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) in June 2007, they threw in 20 million sq. ft. spread across 120 countries
Ed Casal, Big Player in Private Equity
Ed Casal showed impeccable timing when he merged his $110 million Madison Harbor Capital into Aviva Investors, the $470 billion global asset management unit of London-based life insurance company Aviva plc
Bittersweet Progress in Kansas City
Kansas Citians have spent decades yearning for the renewal of downtown's southern edge
Scavenging for Capital
Mired in one of the longest credit sieges in decades, commercial mortgage bankers are slashing expenses and cutting jobs to mitigate plummeting revenues.
In Pursuit of Global Transparency
Independent commercial real estate researchers based in the U.S. have embarked on ambitious expansions across the globe to create more transparency in
Casino Hotel Development Folds
The capital markets meltdown and plunging economy have conspired to kill the most prolific casino hotel expansion ever.
Casino Hotel Development Folds
The capital markets meltdown and plunging economy have conspired to kill the most prolific casino hotel expansion ever. Struggling with liquidity concerns
Staying One Step Ahead of Distress
Fissures are appearing in the office market and may grow to yawning chasms in 2009 as layoffs accelerate. But the pain could deliver a long-awaited silver
Challenged is an Understatement
Academic-minded economists may bicker over the exact moment the current recession started, but retailers want to know when it's going to end. For many,
Shear Survival
Early this decade, Glimcher Realty Trust embarked on a tried-and-true real estate strategy to produce greater long-term shareholder value: purge community
High-Net-Worth Challenge
Neville Isaacson's initial foray into commercial real estate investing in the early 1980s nearly marked his last. An immigrant from South Africa, Isaacson
Grubb & Ellis ramps up wealth-management shop
Grubb & Ellis Co.'s merger with NNN Realty Advisors in late 2007 transformed the Santa Ana, Calif.-based commercial real estate services provider into
Sale-Leaseback Quandary
Struggling to find capital as the credit markets tighten and the U.S. economy slows, corporations are increasingly exploring sale-leaseback deals to finance
Enron effect lingers over synthetic leases
Once a formidable competitor to sale-leaseback transactions, synthetic leases have all but vanished from the playing field years after the Enron scandal

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