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Chinese Investors Seek More U.S. Office Deals, Participate in New Developments 2
Much of the Chinese property spending here has gone into residential real estate, but in the past five years, office buildings have come to these investors’ attention.
Where Can Investors Find Good Deals on Office Buildings Catering to Tech Tenants?
For those investors priced out of the top markets, there are still some locations that could lead to attractive yields.
Big-Box Warehouse Sector Breaks Records in Demand, New Construction
E-commerce has continued to prop up big-box warehouse construction.
Driverless Trucks Will Likely Alter Industrial Building Design, Site Selection
Developers and investors need to start considering the commercial real estate impact of trucks that don’t need drivers.
Tech Job Growth to Plateau, Likely Slowing Office Expansion
Giddy leasing brokers have been loath to point that growth was going anywhere but up for the tech sector—until now.
Is Suburban Office Market Set for a Comeback?
While suburbs have suffered from higher vacancy rates, many markets have seen tightening, especially if landlords can offer competitive perks.
Forget the Canal—Inland Ports Show Impressive Growth
Inland ports have been the fastest growing markets for industrial demand, says Dwight Hotchkiss, national director of industrial for real estate services firm Colliers.
How Drone Use Could Impact the Warehouse Sub-Sector
Industrial space users are finding ways to incorporate drone use where it’s already legal—inside the warehouse itself.
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Auto Sales, High Demand Lift Industrial Expectations in Detroit
There’s more than one million sq. ft. of build-to-suit construction planned for the Detroit area, according to a CBRE report.
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Tech Workers Control Current Office Market Patterns
Technology talent is fueling most of the office use growth, says Colin Yasukochi, director of research and analysis for the Northern California region with CBRE.
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Office Landlords Likely to Rule Until 2018
Landlords will continue their domination of the office market well through 2017 in most geographic areas, and then settle into neutral by 2018.
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The $5.4B Panama Canal Project Completion Proves Anticlimactic
The reasons there’s not much celebration following the completion of the project, are two-fold.
Corporations Move to Urban Downtowns in Pursuit of Young Talent
Besides the ability to attract Millennial workers, there are other reasons companies are being drawn back to downtowns.
Experts Question Investor Appetite for Secondary Office Markets
Office investors have finally begun to show caution after a string of strong quarters characterized by high demand and outstanding property fundamentals.
Technology Firms Help Austin Become a Favorite Secondary Office Market
Tech knowledge firms and start-ups dominate the local leasing activity, and the city is in the top 10 for patent applications in the country.
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