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Public-private partnerships, in which a public agency partners with a private sector company to perform some mutually beneficial undertaking, can yield developments with the potential to transform and radicallyRead more

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Once a niche market, government-leased facilities are attracting a bigger pool of investors. Government-leased facilities have exploded into a broad investment category that includes everything from public infrastructure toRead more

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The Chinese government has tightened restrictions on investment in global real estate further. The country’s State Council has banned investment in sectors like gambling, in addition to restricting investmentRead more

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Cushman & Wakefield today announced it has entered into an agreement with NorthMarq Companies, a private holding company of the Pohlad family of Minneapolis, to acquire Cushman & WakefieldRead more

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The Seattle City Council voted Monday to promote more space between high-rises in a segment of downtown by encouraging developers to construct taller, thinner buildings. The legislation will createRead more

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In a move that’s expected to chop $170 million in annual expenses, Wells Fargo plans to close 450 bank branches in 2017 and 2018. That’s about 8 percent ofRead more

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Foreign ownership of property has become a key touchstone in the debate over national security, especially as government agencies and contractors are regular tenants in buildings controlled by non-U.S.Read more

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President Trump’s campaign promise to leverage private capital to spur $1 trillion in new infrastructure spending over the next decade is thrusting this highly specialized investment niche into theRead more

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Investors using 1031 exchanges continue to have a voracious appetite for triple net lease properties, and they are increasingly setting their sights on restaurants. “People are shifting to e-commerce-resistantRead more

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The year isn’t turning out quite the way apartment experts expected it to just a few months ago. In January, it seemed like interest rates would begin an upwardRead more

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