Corina Stef

Corina Stef has been an associate editor with Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News since 2017. She started off as a music journalist in 2012.

Industrial Sector to Maintain Winning Streak in 2023

Despite economic headwinds, expansion will continue, though at a slower pace, according to CommercialEdge.

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Office Sector Shifts to Continue in 2023

Economic uncertainty and heightened interest in conversions will spark further change, according to the latest CommercialEdge report.

What’s Ahead for the Office Sector in 2023

Fundamental shifts in office utilization are accelerating changes in the sector, according to the fourth installment of our outlook series.

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Top 5 Markets for Industrial Construction in the Northeast

These markets account for two-thirds of the region’s pipeline, CommercialEdge shows.

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E-Commerce Growth Still Drives Industrial Demand

Online sales jumped 66 percent from the first quarter of 2020 to the third quarter last year, the latest CommercialEdge industrial report shows.

What Will Retail Look Like in 2023?

In the third installment of our outlook series, experts take a deep dive into retail real estate trends and challenges.

Tech Slowdown Weighs on Office Sector

Layoffs in the technology industry and smaller office footprints are adding to the challenges, the latest CommercialEdge report shows.

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Top 5 Southeast Markets for Office Deliveries

These cities were the region’s best performers, according to CommercialEdge data.

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Optimistic Outlook Predicted for Industrial Sector

Robust demand will keep the pipeline flowing for several more years, according to CommercialEdge.

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Office Sector Braces Ahead for New Challenges

Rising interest rates are putting further pressure on the new-supply pipeline and transaction deal flow, according to the latest CommercialEdge report.

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