Stephen Ursery

Articles by Stephen Ursery
After The Boom: A Slump in Seniors Housing
It's not exactly the bursting of the dot-com bubble, but the seniors housing business is suffering from the excesses of the 1990s. Fueled by an influx
OWNERS: PURSUING INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
THIS PAST SPRING, ProLogis' (NYSE: PLD) European Properties Fund purchased a 1.8 million sq. ft. portfolio of four distribution centers in France from
APARTMENT MANAGERS: A YEAR OF GROWTH
LAST YEAR WAS A VERY ACTIVE ONE FOR ENGLEWOOD, Colo.-based Archstone-Smith (NYSE:ASN) and that is reflected in the REIT's performance in the National
DEVELOPERS: DEALING WITH THE DOWNTURN
WHEN NATIONAL REAL ESTATE Investor compiled its annual survey of the largest industrial developers this year, Atlanta-based IDI assumed its familiar spot
NEED FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING IS RISING
A new report by the Millennial Housing Commission confirms what advocates of affordable housing have claimed: More Americans are finding it impossible
APARTMENT OWNERS: A BOOM YEAR
NO COMPANY ENJOYED A MORE DYNAMIC YEAR in 2001 than New York-based Related Capital Co., according to the National Multi Housing Council's (NMHC) annual
Opportunity Knocks
AFTER THE WALL STREET-FUNDED overbuilding of assisted living facilities in the mid- and late-1990s, it may be tempting for commercial real estate investors
TIMING IS EVERYTHING
With its May purchase of a luxury apartment building overlooking the Hudson River, Denver-based Archstone-Smith realized one of its biggest goals: establishing
Leasing In An Instant
IT IS A SCENE THAT IS OCCURRING with greater frequency in apartment communities across the nation: A prospective resident fills out an application and
Rate Spike?
When 10-year Treasuries rise, commercial real-estate lenders take note. Most commercial-property loans are pegged to the 10-year benchmark bond. In early
WAITING FOR THE UPSWING
While the entire multifamily industry anxiously awaits an economic recovery, the apartment markets of California's Inland Empire, Broward County, Fla.,
MULTIFAMILY NEWS
National apartment occupancy rate continues to fall: How severe is the problem? THE RECESSION THAT BEGAN IN MARCH 2001 certainly has not marked the greatest
New industrial construction headed for slowdown, predicts Cushman & Wakefield market report
AFTER A YEAR IN WHICH ITS overall vacancy rate increased by more than two percentage points, the industrial sector is poised to witness a considerable
Samsung inks deal for Chicago area lease renewal
Seoul, South Korea-based Samsung International has renewed its lease for 315,000 sq. ft. at a warehouse/distribution facility in Bolingbrook, Ill. Newport
Eagle Global begins new South Florida industrial facility
The Tower Group, a Miami-based general contractor, has begun construction on an $8.5 million, 365,000 sq. ft. distribution facility for Eagle Global Logistics.
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