Virtually everyone agrees we’ve hit a sweet spot when it comes to investment in U.S. commercial real estate assets, but you may be wondering specifically what type of real estate to invest in, as a neighborhood shopping center may offer very different returns from an apartment building.
High street assets have become a must-have among retail real estate investors in the past year or two, and U.S. cities certainly have no shortage of well-trafficked strips. To make identifying those locations easier, here's CBRE's list of most expensive retail streets in the U.S.
To make it easier to calculate what total office occupancy costs are in the world’s major office markets, CBRE has just published its semi-annual Global Prime Office Occupancy Costs survey, and here we take a look at the most expensive cities in the United States.
With Colliers International releasing its first quarter report on the North American industrial marketplace, we spoke with the firm’s National Director of the U.S. Industrial Group Dwight Hotchkiss to find out his recommendations.
As major global tech companies like Google and Facebook gobble up office buildings and plan new construction, Twitter is bucking the trend by continuing to lease office space, albeit in the coolest new buildings around.
Research firm RealtyTrac has put together a list of 10 metropolitan areas that experienced the greatest increases in the number of residential and commercial construction loans over the past 12 months. To find out where lenders are stepping up their activity, click through our slideshow.
As the market for medical office buildings experiences a steady influx of new investors, Newmark Knight Grubb Frank has put together a report on “Healthcare Real Estate Outlook 2015.” Here are the 10 metros with the highest average asking rents for MOBs as of year-end 2014.