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- Five Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (March 18, 2019)
The Wall Street Journal reported on backlash from the real estate community to a proposed New York tax on expensive second homes for non-residents. Fortune recapped a panel discussion of how developer …
- Amazon Wins Final Incentive Deal for HQ2 in Northern Virginia
The vote marked a victory for Amazon after it ran into intense opposition in New York.
- Deutsche Bank in Talks With Commerzbank After Turnaround Failed
The companies confirmed the move to deeper discussions in statements on Sunday, capping months of speculation and behind-the-scenes talks with the Finance Ministry.
- HNW Investors Might Start Entering the Industrial Sector to Capitalize on Higher Returns
Historically considered too “unglamorous” by HNW investors, industrial assets now offer some of the best returns in the market.
- Where Are Cap Rates Going in the Four Core Property Sectors?
Experts predict little change in either direction in the first half of the year.
- First Look at The Shops at Hudson Yards
The developers of The Shops at Hudson Yards held an opening party for the much-publicized project on March 14. Take a peak at the attractions inside Manhattan's newest mall.
- The Future of Fashion Is a Rented Dress: Felsted & Halzack
HM and Express are among fast fashion chains looking at experimenting with apparel renting services to target selfie-focused shoppers.
- Southern and Midwestern Towns Are Already Seeing a Manufacturing Renaissance. A New Maritime Regulation May Create a Nationwide Manufacturing Boom
With an expected increase in the cost of fuels used by ocean carriers, many manufacturing plants might move from Asia to the United States.
- 10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (March 15, 2019)
The New York Times looks at ways to avoid the fallout from the next real estate downturn. There is an effort underway to fix some flaws related to asset depreciation in the 2017 tax law, reports Forbe …
- The Many Ways Technology Is Transforming CRE
We review the game-changing technology trends in store for 2019 and beyond.