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Skechers Pairs Automation, Energy Efficiency in Massive Distribution Center
One of the largest buildings in California will set a new standard for automated, energy-efficient warehousing when it opens this October in the fast-growing Inland Empire industrial market. At 1.82 million sq. ft., the structure will enable footwear ...
IKEA Expects Long-Term Savings from Rooftop Solar Rollout
IKEA is pursuing a massive clean-energy program with the installation of solar panels on at least 20 of its 44 U.S. locations
Investors Go Out on a Limb
Midway through 2011, a small but growing force of commercial real estate investors is forsaking the safety of well-located, fully leased properties in
REIT Executive Pay Surpasses Pre-Recession Levels
Pay for high-level REIT executives rebounded in 2010, according to two recent studies.
REIT Executive Pay Surpasses Pre-Recession Levels
The strong performance of real estate investment trusts (REITs) since the recession has buoyed executive compensation at those firms to levels not seen since before the economic crash of 2007
NYC District Gets Free Wireless Internet Access, Courtesy of Public/Private Partnership
The largest commercial landlord in one Brooklyn neighborhood - Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass (DUMBO) - is taking infrastructure development to the airwaves.
Rising Cost of Construction Materials Puts Contractors in a Bind
Materials costs for construction have greatly outstripped the pace of inflation, putting increased pressure on contractors already stretched for work.
Rising Cost of Construction Materials Puts Contractors in a Bind
The dramatic slowdown in commercial real estate development in recent years due to the deep recession and its lingering effects has prevented a supply glut, but wiped out thousands of construction jobs in the process.
Grubb & Ellis on the Selling Block
Commercial real estate powerhouse Grubb & Ellis Co. (NYSE: GBE) is entertaining sale and merger offers. The Santa Ana, Calif.-based company has been in
How Could Falling Prices Be Good News?
Indexes of U.S. commercial real estate prices fell to cyclical lows in March, weighed down by a deluge of distressed property sales. CoStar's National
Grubb & Ellis Is Open to Sale, Merger Offers
One of the most well recognized brand names in commercial real estate brokerage — Grubb & Ellis Co. — has been working on several fronts to regain profitability and improve its balance sheet.
Spike in Distressed Property Sales Is A Healthy Sign, Says Moody’s
An index of U.S. commercial real estate prices fell to a cyclical low in March that was down 47% from the peak in October 2007. So why should investors should be happy?
Property Valuations Improve in Primary Markets, but Other Regions Struggle
More than three years after the onset of the financial crisis sent commercial real estate prices plummeting, anemic transaction volume in secondary and tertiary markets still has investors struggling to establish prices and close deals.
Lenders Overcome FinReg Fears
A year ago, the prospect of hundreds of new rules coming down the pike from government regulators had lenders worried over what the government would require of them.
Things didn't go according to Andrew Mathias' original plan for 510 Madison Ave., a sleek, 30-story Manhattan office tower under development by Harry
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