Patrolling the media for the latest in commercial real estate news, it’s the Commercial Real Estate Industry Weekly Roundup:
- Sturdy Outlook for Seattle Real Estate – The Emerald City’s rain-moistened commercial property market is looking stronger, says the Seattle Times.
- Commercial Real Estate Certification Ensures Rare Level of Expertise and Experience – The benefits of professional certification get a look in Atlantic City.
- Learn by Doing: Social Media in Commercial Real Estate – Houston Business Journal lets us know how social media ramp-up works by doing.
- Crowdfunders Eye Commercial Real Estate – NuWire on the recent SEC rules changes that are unleashing crowdfunding for commercial real estate deals. Think Kickstarter for commercial property.
- LG Pushing Contested Office Space – Electronics giant wrestles with its new headquarters deal in New Jersey
- Storied Providence Skyscraper, Now Empty, Seeks a Future – Rhode Island office tower looking for a new tomorrow
- Federal Space Reduction Leaving Mark on DC Office Market – “Big Government” somehow getting smaller, at least in square footage
- Florida Mall’s New Neighbor: 109,000 SF spec building – Central Florida sees 100,000 sq. ft of industrial space go online
- Perot Partnership to Invest $1 Billion in Warehouses – Hillwood Investments, the Perot family concern, goes for warehouse space in a big way
- Liberty Property Trust Breaks Ground on 200,000 SF building – South Jersey’s economy and location make sense for a major warehouse spec deal
- Storage Sector Primps for Uptown Approval – The stick-stuff-in-storage-units business looks for a fit in central business districts
- How to sink Chicago’s retail property market – Grocery retailer’s pullback in Chicago creates huge absorption problem
- Retail Landlords Gain Upper Hand – The benefits of ownership, told to NuWire
- Multifamily Market Growth Stable – Apartments show national attractiveness, says NuWire
- Multifamily remains frontrunner in REIT sector – The trusts trust in apartments, according to a recent piece in Housing Wire
- Have high-rise apartment rents peaked? – Crain’s Chicago Business ponders a glass ceiling for the high-rise apartment market
- Dallas Apartment Developer Builds his Company One Small Deal at a Time – Plucky Texas startup gets into the neighborhood-making business
- New Marina del Rey Apartments are Tailored to Tech, Media Workers – The new media economy’s workspaces are forcing changes in living space designs
- Burkle’s Bid Puts Morgans in a Bind – Hotelier fends off interested buyers in a New York City tale of takeover
- $1 Billion Foxwoods Casino Goes to a Vote Tuesday in Milford – A Massachusetts casino development is put before the people
- As Dormant Construction Market Stirs, Tahoe Seeks to Reinvent itself – Meanwhile in Lake Tahoe, stalled building projects are sputtering back to life
- Devil of a Stadium Plan – Arizona State University wants a stadium. But is that all they want? The Wall Street Journal takes a look.
- Einhorn Claims Victory in Fight over Florida Land – Hedge fund head manages to sell almost 400,000 Florida acres to the Mormons at the price he wanted
- Nearly 23,000 homes, shopping planned in Palm Beach County – Another deal for dirt in the Sunshine State