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Tokyo's Lalaport brings movement to a static neighborhood.What can an American design team contribute to one of the most successful retail projects in
Big D's development boom keeps up pace
With a strong economy and a growing population base, the real estate market in Dallas remains hot.Like the sprawling metropolis that is Big D, real estate
Developers still gung-ho about industrial property
Like a freight train on a fast track, the nation's industrial real estate sector continues full steam ahead. With demand remaining consistent and tenants
The Net-Lease Attraction
Even if the heated U.S. economy simmers down, net-lease financing professionals believe that their business will continue to thrive as increasing numbers
El Dorado Excelente
Thanks to impressive demographics, the unrealized spending power of residents, and a dearth of new offerings, Latin America and the Caribbean have caught
Latin America
Thanks to impressive demographics, the unrealized spending power of residents, and a dearth of new offering, Latin America and the Caribbean areas have
A whole new deal, or is it?
With great fanfare, glowing speeches and rosy predictions of greater benefits to consumers, President Bill Clinton signed the Financial Services Modernization
As good as it gets
The Northeast region, including New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut's Gold Coast, is experiencing a surging real estate market. Kenneth
Uptown Park Delivers Old World Charm
It is a new breed of urban village occupying the heart of cowboy capitalism, a playful, colorful, expansive shopping area with the atmosphere of a European
A Hollywood Classic and Its Sequel
how do you expand one of the original - and most successful - shopper-tainment venues in Southern California? Very carefully if you're Universal Studios,
1999 Year in review: A tale of commercial real estate
It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times for the real estate industry in 1999. The office market flourished, while the retail component
Looming too large?
You could call it the first real estate clash of the new millennium. In one corner are the large international monoliths that have bulked up to offer
American Merchants Scout Global Shores
Lured by the prospect of untapped markets containing millions of consumers with money to spend, American retailers are pushing into international markets.Ethan
Southern Comfort in the Gulf States
The Deep South isn't traditionally known for the deep pockets of its consumers. In fact, many national chains have yet to set foot in Louisiana, Mississippi
As corporations face the challenges of the 21st Century, a hot trend from the 1990s is expected to continue to play a significant role in their real estate
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