Commercial Real Estate Relies Less on Consumer Behavior Data Than Other Industries – That Needs To Change

58 percent of CRE Data Leaders Say They’ve Missed Opportunities Due to Insufficient Data

Pentaurus Acquires New Jersey Office Campus

Morristown Plaza traded almost fully occupied.

North Palisade Partners Pays $45M for Inland Empire Site

Plans call for the conversion of the former waterpark into a Class A distribution facility.
Huntington Tower

Herrick Co. Pays $150M for Detroit Office Tower

Huntington National Bank occupies the entire 21-story building.
Congress Heights rendering

Standard, Trammell Crow Kick Off $290M DC Project

Demolition of the existing buildings will start this month.

Richard Barkham, Global Chief Economist & Head of Americas Research, CBRE at NAREE 2023

Barkham Predicts Mild Recession, Rapid Recovery

At the NAREE conference, CBRE’s chief economist praised a well-balanced office supply and demand, while identifying only a narrow band of impacted buildings.

Founded in 2008, WeWork quickly became synonymous with the nascent coworking sector. Its Alpharetta, Ga. property, is one of several in metro Atlanta and the company’s second location in the city’s suburbs. Image courtesy of WeWork

As Hybrid Work Expands, Coworking Is No Longer the Exception

The sector is blossoming, and so are the possibilities.