Category: In the News

Category: In the News

Mortgage REITs increased their mortgage bond portfolios by almost 28 percent over the past year, according to the Wall Street Journal. Amazon is looking at office space on Manhattan’s West Side, reports the New York Post. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Following several difficult years caused by pandemic-driven uncertainty, commercial real estate owners are facing new challenges. While more employees have returned to the office, the increasingly popular hybrid work model continues to shape the future of the office property sector as some office tenants have chosen to reduce or sublease their space to accommodate new work concepts.
The fate of post-pandemic office space has been one of most discussed real estate topics of the past two years. One executive who has spent a great deal of time and energy contemplating whether the office has as good a future as past — as well as what it will take to bring companies and their people back to office buildings — is Gio Cordoves, western regional president of KBS.
Here are our picks of 50 top professionals in the commercial real estate sector who are under 40.
Accenture on Wednesday launched a food-focused innovation center that aims to tackle the panoply of challenges confronting the world’s food system, from reducing food waste to perfecting curbside pickup.
KBS has sold an office park in Fairfax, Virginia, it has owned for more than two decades.
Bora Architecture’s Meier & Frank Building Redevelopment won two 2019 IIDA Oregon Design Excellence Awards
The 1980s era office buildings have the greatest potential to draw back tenants from the newer office properties.
Here are our picks for Best Bosses in 2021.
The office. Many of us haven’t been there in a year. Some of us have returned intermittently, fully suited up in a mask and sporting hand sanitizer. Now, a few of us are starting to trickle back—a trickle that will turn into a steady flow as COVID-19 vaccinations gain momentum.
The Best Practices series asks CRE leaders around the country about how to best execute a single aspect of their business.
The year 2021 in Atlanta’s office market was defined by companies expanding into the region, hoping to tap into its combination of talent base, low-tax environment and affordability. But before the calendar turns, the second-largest lease of the year closed, Bisnow can first report: AT&T dialed in a renewal for 435K SF of office space across two buildings at Lenox Park in Buckhead.
Deal for offices shows Silicon Valley commercial real estate strength despite coronavirus
The Orange County Fair is looking to hire 1,300 seasonal employees for this summer’s fair, themed “Acres of Fun.”
Boston investor Longfellow Real Estate Partners is expanding its reach into the Bay Area by snapping up the 259,586-square-foot Palo Alto Technology Center for $205 million, or $790 per square foot.
Tenants expect that any new, glassy office tower will bring with it a suite of amenity offerings. But what about those attracted to smaller loft office buildings? It turns out that these chic assets are increasingly setting aside space to lure in office users.
Chicagoland Commercial Real Estate, Inc. recently completed three office leases totaling 12,775 square feet within the city of Chicago. Two of the transactions were for space in the Loop and the third was in Chicago’s desirable River North neighborhood.

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