Commercial Real Estate News Roundup for November 9, 2015
What might parking garages mean in a self-driving car world?, a whopping $700K in direct marketing, and what to do when things go wrong in the deal pipeline. It’s all here in the Commercial Real Estate News Roundup for November 9, 2015.
- Commercial Real Estate Giant Uses Arts To Draw People To Its Denver Towers – Denver Business Journal, Nov. 6 2015 – Slideshow: The competitive advantage of the arts is put to work attracting business tenants.
- The Hair Raising Things That Can Happen In Commercial RE Transactions – OCRegister, Nov 7, 2015 – Packed with practical experience and situations where things went south mid-deal.
- Five Megatrends Shaping Commercial Office Development – Gensler, Nov. 6. 2015 – Biggest eye-opener: what are the implications of self-driving cars for parking demand?
- Miami Development Pitches Residents Condo Tower – Miami New Times, Nov. 5, 2015 – Seeking voter approval, developer drops nearly $700K in direct marketing.
- Micro-Condo Project Takes Shape In Houston – Houston Business Journal, Nov. 3, 2015 – Sub-500 sq.ft. units including murphy beds and transformable walls sport upscale amenities
- Apartments Or Condos? That Is The Question – GlobeSt., Nov 3, 2015 – Includes photo slideshow from recent RealShare Apartments show
- How Developing Trends in Industrial Are Meetings Tenants’ Needs – REJournals, Nov 6, 2015 – Security concerns, truck and car separation and 5,000 amp electrical number among the “new normal” trends.
- Distribution Centers Getting Makeovers – Midwest RE News, Nov 5, 2015 – New transportation centers in Chicago area over 60% spec.
- Fast Casualization of the Restaurant Industry – Retail Customer Experience, Nov 6, 2015 – Taregting millennials with updates on fifty-year-old casual restaurant formulas. Great quote about kale in this one.
- Target Misses, Closures Loom – Retail Customer Experience, Nov 6. 2015 – Rethinking the food supply chain has the big box putting some stores on the chopping block.
- $90M New Mall Planned For Suburban Indianapolis – Daily Journal, Oct. 28, 2015 – A regional retail and entertainment center has a 2017 opening date, no leases announced yet.