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How Jonathan Goldstein's Cain International Made Its U.S. Debt Debut
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How Jonathan Goldstein's Cain International Made Its U.S. Debt Debut

The debt markets have been awash in eager capital for years. But ratchet up the deal size and complexity of a prospectus and the list of willing...

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Have Investment Sales Finally Fallen Off a Cliff?
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Have Investment Sales Finally Fallen Off a Cliff?

When, years hence, poets sing of the golden epochs of New York's commercial real estate scene, 2019 will not be among them. Investment sales...

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Digital Brokerage SquareFoot Raises $16M in Series B Round
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Digital Brokerage SquareFoot Raises $16M in Series B Round

SquareFoot, the New York City-based proptech firm aiming to streamline the office leasing process, raised $16 million in a Series B round led by...

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The Trump Landlords
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The Trump Landlords

"He's not a real estate guy." That was a common refrain among real estate executives when talking about Donald Trump in the lead up to the 2016...

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CGI Strategies Taps Housing Demand in LA’s Booming K-town
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CGI Strategies Taps Housing Demand in LA’s Booming K-town

Alhambra Place Partnership is the latest buyer in Los Angeles' booming Koreatown, which is currently undergoing a yearslong transformation into a...

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Lotus Capital Secures $39M From Union Bank on California Day Spa
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Lotus Capital Secures $39M From Union Bank on California Day Spa

MUFG Union Bank has provided $38.5 million in financing to Goco Hospitality on its Glen Ivy Hot Springs spa in Corona, Calif., just east of Orange...

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DC Ranked Among Top Tech Markets
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DC Ranked Among Top Tech Markets

A new report from CBRE ranks the Washington D. C. region among the fastest-growing tech markets, with accelerations logged in both tech employment...

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Harbor Group Acquires Palette at Arts District
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Harbor Group Acquires Palette at Arts District

Harbor Group International has acquired Palette at Arts District, a 243-unit multifamily community in Hyattsville, Md., for $58.5 million from a...

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Real Estate Owners for Bloomberg, Unite!
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Real Estate Owners for Bloomberg, Unite!

Those who believe that the administration of Donald John Trump has finally laid to rest the old put-a-businessman-in-the-White-House push clearly...

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What Will REBNY Do After Losing the Rent Reform Battle?
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What Will REBNY Do After Losing the Rent Reform Battle?

Not very long ago, the real estate industry was an indisputable titan in Albany; when its lobbying arm - the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) ...

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Coworking Firm Industrious Bulks Up in Pasadena
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Coworking Firm Industrious Bulks Up in Pasadena

Workplace provider Industrious has announced another agreement with property owner Coretrust Capital Partners for a new coworking location in...

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Deutsche Bank, Square Mile Provide $130M Refi for Philly Office Asset
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Deutsche Bank, Square Mile Provide $130M Refi for Philly Office Asset

Deutsche Bank and Square Mile Capital Management have teamed up to provide Cohen Equities and Taconic Capital Advisors with a $130 million, 5-year...

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Union Crossing in the South Bronx Signs Affordable Housing Org Westhab
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Union Crossing in the South Bronx Signs Affordable Housing Org Westhab

Westchester affordable housing nonprofit Westhab will be the first tenant at Union Crossing, a warehouse-to-office conversion in the Port Morris...

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Timbercreek Lends $30M to Recap Charlotte Office Building
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Timbercreek Lends $30M to Recap Charlotte Office Building

Canadian commercial real estate investment firm Timbercreek Asset Management has provided $30.3 million in bridge financing to Grubb Properties for...

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Perkins and Will moving its D.C. studio to 1222 22nd Street, NW
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Perkins and Will moving its D.C. studio to 1222 22nd Street, NW

Perkins and Will will be moving its Washington, D. C. office to 1222 22nd Street, NW, a former White House transportation facility that's...

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New York Public Library Renews Its Soho Lease With a Big Rent Increase
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New York Public Library Renews Its Soho Lease With a Big Rent Increase

The New York Public Library has renewed its lease for a 16,000-square-foot Soho location, but its rent will double. The library has inked a 30-year...

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ICF Relocating Global HQ To Reston
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ICF Relocating Global HQ To Reston

Global consulting firm ICF is planning to move its longtime headquarters from Fairfax, Va. to a 200,000 square-foot-tower under construction in...

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Swedish Bank to Relocate to 900 Third Avenue
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Swedish Bank to Relocate to 900 Third Avenue

Why did Handelsbanken cross the road? To relocate its office to the other side, apparently. The Swedish bank signed a lease for 17,346 square feet...

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Urbanspace Opening Second Midtown Food Hall on 50th Street
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Urbanspace Opening Second Midtown Food Hall on 50th Street

Another day, another food hall. Urbanspace plans to open a 15,000-square-foot food hall at the base of a Midtown tower next year, its second in the...

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Simon Baron Puts Greenpoint Development Site on the Market for $52M
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Simon Baron Puts Greenpoint Development Site on the Market for $52M

Simon Baron Development has put its newly rezoned development site at 12 Franklin Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, on the market for roughly $52...

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Multifamily Sales Volume Down 76 Percent in September, Report Finds
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Multifamily Sales Volume Down 76 Percent in September, Report Finds

Multifamily sales volume and activity plummeted around New York City last month after the sweeping rent reforms passed by the state over the summer...

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Accounting Firm Citrin Cooperman Moving to 50 Rockefeller Plaza
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Accounting Firm Citrin Cooperman Moving to 50 Rockefeller Plaza

Accounting firm Citrin Cooperman will ditch its Fifth Avenue home after nearly three decades to move to Rockefeller Center, brokers on the deal...

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Federal Realty’s Virginia Retail Center to See Townhome Addition
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Federal Realty’s Virginia Retail Center to See Townhome Addition

Federal Realty Investment Trust is selling a portion of Graham Park Plaza, a grocery-anchored community center in Falls Church, Va., to a developer...

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Harbor Associates Acquires 365K SF Amid SoCal Office Spree
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Harbor Associates Acquires 365K SF Amid SoCal Office Spree

Adding to its office-buying spree in Southern California this year, Harbor Associates acquired two properties with more than 365,000 square feet of...

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Midtown's Leasing Slowed in Third Quarter of This Year
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Midtown's Leasing Slowed in Third Quarter of This Year

Things haven't looked that great for Midtown's office market this past quarter. The neighborhood's office leasing activity dropped to 2.2 million...

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The Essex Nabs $215M CMBS Loan Led by JPM, Goldman Sachs
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The Essex Nabs $215M CMBS Loan Led by JPM, Goldman Sachs

The joint venture that is constructing the Essex Crossing mega development in the Lower East Side has nabbed $215 million in permanent financing...

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Office REITs Gauge the Risks and Rewards of Coworking
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Office REITs Gauge the Risks and Rewards of Coworking

In early 2018, Washington Real Estate Investment Trust acquired a 398,000-square-foot office building in Rosslyn, Va., and got to work converting...

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How to Best Position Your Company for a Downturn
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How to Best Position Your Company for a Downturn

During a recent webinar on warning signs and preparations for a potential downturn, Brian Ward, Global CEO of Trimont Real Estate Advisors and the...

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NYC Hospitality Alliance’s Andrew Rigie on Restaurants and Tips
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NYC Hospitality Alliance’s Andrew Rigie on Restaurants and Tips

If restaurant owners have a problem, Andrew Rigie is on the case. Rigie was troubled by the sight, several years ago, of iconic eateries closing...

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Was WeWork an Outlier, or Is Proptech Broken?
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Was WeWork an Outlier, or Is Proptech Broken?

The WeWork-shaped elephant in the proptech market just shrunk down to (maybe?) the size of a large cat. After cancelling its IPO, firing its CEO,...

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