Mike Janssen

Mike
Janssen
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Medical Offices Grow in Favor Among Net Lease Investors
Several factors have heightened interest in medical net lease assets in recent months.
Net Lease Investments Offer Stability
Interest in alternative assets among both institutional and individual investors has been growing in recent years.
Brooklyn's Renaissance Continues, With Office-Dwellers and Residents Flooding the Borough 
With the market tight and rents rising, the glut of activity in Manhattan has to find a release valve somewhere—and that somewhere is a short trip across the East River.
Lenders Continue to Favor Net Lease Assets
The year appears to be opening with a strong outlook among lenders, suggesting that those seeking to finance net lease transactions will have ample options for making deals happen.
Lack of Construction Boosts Net Lease Values
Investors are increasingly moving into the net lease property sector, but with few new retail spaces coming to market, cap rates in the arena are expected to continue compressing.
For the Nation's Capital's CRE Sector, it's Business as Usual, and Then Some
Tech startups give gridlocked Washington, D.C., a friendlier face to the world.
Missing Middle
Higher-end grocers and cost-conscious supermarkets continue to perform well. Chains in the middle, however, are struggling to define themselves.
Outsourcing Services Remain Popular as Retailers Eye Expansion
Retail firms continue to rely on brokers and other consultants to manage real estate tasks.
Growing Restaurant Chains Help Landlords Create Signature Menus
Developers look to national, regional and local restaurant chains to snag diners with a diverse menu of distinct and flavorful options.
A Weak Economy Has Not Derailed Retail Developers’ Desires to Go Green
Developers and architects are not wavering in their resolve to pursue sustainable, environmentally friendly projects.
Federal Realty’s Prudent Strategies Serve It Well in a Tough Period
Federal Realty Investment Trust weathered the downturn primarily by sticking with tried-and-true principles of its 42-year history.
Mall Owners Are Giving Food Courts and Common Areas a Facelift.
Designers of today’s food courts and other common areas at regional malls draw inspiration from other spheres such as spas, hotels and lively cityscapes—and notably not the food courts of yesteryear.
School's In
It's not just kids who are going back to school this fall. With the unemployment rate spiking, adults have increasingly returned to the classroom to make
Swelling Enrollment Turns Schools into Welcome Retail Tenants in the Southeast
It’s not just kids who are going back to school this fall. With the unemployment rate spiking, adults have increasingly returned to the classroom to make the most of downtime
Building Confidence
Some developers find ways to build in a down market

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