Steve Bergsman

Steve
Bergsman
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Double-Barreled BOOM in Kansas City
In a challenging economy with residential real estate in the doldrums and commercial sectors under pressure, Kansas City has bucked the trend and enjoyed
Mega Warehouses Rise in Phoenix
If investors thought industrial development in Phoenix was hot in the 1990s, then today's market must seem blistering. In 2007, 11.5 million sq. ft. of
Shying Away
Convinced that valuations have peaked, fund managers are moving away from retail
Feast in the Mideast
Everything is bigger in Dubai, including the malls
A Mighty Wind
Insurers are changing the rules as property owners and retailers fight over the cost of damages
Office Condo Capital
A real healthy employment market typically fuels office development, but in the Phoenix area an entirely new phenomenon has occurred. While general office
MACERICH GOES EAST
Industry consolidation may have peaked with Macerich Co.'s December purchase of Wilmorite Properties Inc., a privately held shopping center owner and
Macerich Buys Itself a Holiday Gift: Wilmorite Properties
While most retail real estate firms were crossing their fingers that last-minute shoppers would help salvage a weak holiday season, The Macerich Co. was doing some shopping of its own. On Dec. 23, the company said it had emerged as the winner in the sweepstakes for privately-held Wilmorite Properties, which has been on the market for months
Fire Sale
In a real estate sector with few bargains to be found, firms are combing the landscape for deals where others no longer shop. Although the supply is limited,
Managing Growth
Continuing to expand its third-party, retail leasing and management portfolio, Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.'s strategy remains aggressive despite operating
THE NEW STARS OF INDIA
Forty years after the United States began its infatuation with indoor shopping malls, India, with a population of more than 1 billion, is going through
No. 2 Middle Man Gains Momentum
Even as real estate fundamentals continue to decline, incredibly low interest rates have enabled many borrowers to refinance their loans on commercial
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY
It's a veritable love-in between lenders and owners of retail real estate these days. While banks and institutions are tightening lending criteria to
A HEAT-SEEKING TAX INCENTIVE STRATEGY
To foster a more widespread revival of retailing in Washington, D.C., the Downtown D.C. Business Improvement District is proposing a novel twist on allocating
Tenant Reps Fill the Holes
If you haven't dealt with a tenant rep as a renter or as a landlord you may soon. At a time when filling shopping centers and other retail real estate
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