Commercial property

  • 11.09.2022
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  • wsj.com
The Sunbelt Land Boom Brings Big Profits and Big Risks

The fast-growing cities of the Solar Belt are experiencing a land rush, forcing investors, tycoons and professional athletes to rush to buy empty plots, while raising the cost of land to ne...

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  • 09.09.2022
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Asia's office life revives in Hong Kong and Singapore

Employees return to the office in commercial centers, per shift from remote work

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  • 31.08.2022
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America's Office Surplus Began Decades Before the Pandemic

Office vacancy rates are highest in older buildings such as 100 East Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee.

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  • 26.08.2022
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Member-only clubs are popping up all over Manhattan, providing an alternative social center and workspace as New Yorkers spend less time in the office.

Amenities range from bars and workspaces to restaurants and spas, and many places have long waiting lists.

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  • 21.08.2022
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The shopping boom in Brooklyn's trendy Williamsburg neighborhood is the latest sign that remote work is helping to revitalize retail real estate in New York City's residential neighborhoods.

Retail rents are rising and vacancy rates are falling in this trendy Brooklyn neighborhood as more residents shop locally.

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  • 17.08.2022
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The historic project of affordable housing in Miami received a second wind

Built in the 1930s and inaugurated in 1937, Liberty Square is being rebuilt as a mixed-income development.

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  • 16.08.2022
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  • bloomberg.com
Germany levies household tax to spread the pain of gas surge

The German government said households would face additional annual costs of about 290 euros ($296) to pay for natural gas as the burden of Russia's compression of energy flows to Europe is...

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  • 08.08.2022
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  • wsj.com
The end of tax incentives in New York jeopardizes the construction of apartments

The tax provision, which allowed exemption from tax on relevant housing projects, expired in June.

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  • 29.07.2022
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  • bloomberg.com
The end of tax incentives in New York jeopardizes the construction of apartments

The provision, which allowed for tax exemptions for relevant housing projects, expired in June.

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  • 27.07.2022
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  • wsj.com
Apartment buildings in New York will be sold for $ 1.75 billion as part of a record deal on the pandemic

The multi-family portfolio deal is a sign of strength for the city's residential market, even as rising interest rates threaten commercial deals.

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  • 22.07.2022
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Some prices for condominiums in the Miami area are under pressure a year after the collapse of the Surfside building.

Sharply lower sales prices reflect security concerns and the prospect of valuations that could reach hundreds of thousands of dollars to bring aging buildings into line with code.

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  • 22.07.2022
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  • everything-for-business.com
Hilton hotel will reopen after sale, hastening a return to Times Square

Hilton hotel will reopen after sale, hastening a return to Times Square New owners are betting on a revival of the area as tourists return to New York City. The 478-room hotel near downto...

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  • 20.07.2022
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  • everything-for-business.com
Record housing prices force potential buyers to rent out

Record housing prices force potential buyers to rent out Landlords are in a good position as more potential homebuyers have no choice but to rent. Steeper borrowing rates and high prices...

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  • 18.07.2022
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  • wsj.com
Boom in shipping Covid-19 spurs land fever near ports

Boom in shipping Covid-19 spurs land fever near ports Surge in demand for plots suitable as container storage space, increase in rents and property values Ports don't have enough space to...

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  • 09.07.2022
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Mortgage rates fell the most since December 2008 amid growing fears of a recession

According to data released by Freddie Mac on Thursday, a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.3% for the week ended July 7. This is 40 basis points less than in the previous week – one ba...

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  • 03.01.2021
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  • worldpropertyjournal.com
US Commercial Mortgage Debt Worth $ 3.8 Trillion In Q3

The Association of Mortgage Bankers' latest quarterly report on commercial / multi-unit mortgages shows that the level of outstanding debt on commercial / multi-unit mortgages in the United...

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  • 03.01.2021
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  • worldpropertyjournal.com
In Hong Kong, sharp drop in office rents slows down in November

According to the latest real estate survey released by JLL this week, the drop in the office rental market in Hong Kong has eased in recent months as the initial phase of the sharp rent adju...

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  • 08.12.2020
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CBRE says the US needs more warehouses to handle record returns this holiday and in years to come.

$ 70.5 billion of holiday purchases are expected to be returned this year, CBRE predicts. The surge in digital orders has created increased demand for warehouse space in the United States so...

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  • 08.10.2020
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Office rents in Hong Kong fell in August. There is an increase in the number of new offices

According to the latest JLL Property Market Monitor released this week, the overall rental market for Class A office space in Hong Kong is declining at a more moderate level in August 2020 a...

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  • 03.10.2020
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Office real estate market will return to pre-quarantine level in 2025

The coronavirus hitting the office space market will surpass the financial crisis with a net loss of up to 95 million square feet of unoccupied real estate from the second quarter of 2020 to...

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