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ULI Economic Forecast: Tailwinds, Hurdles or Both?

What larger trends mean for the major asset categories, according to the latest national survey of experts.

Retail’s Return: Is the Sector 2024’s Sleeper Hit?

Demand is outstripping supply in a complex market that’s coming back with gusto.

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Alternative Financing Is CRE’s New Lifeline

Preferred equity and private credit appear to be here to stay, and insurance companies are stepping up.

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Who Will Bankroll the Greening of CRE?

Climate tech innovators are ready to solve real estate’s challenges. But it’s going to take some capital.

Opus Point at 23-10 in Queens' Long Island City neighborhood offers modern office and retail space. Image courtesy of Dynamic Star

Here Comes the Neighborhood: Mixed-Use Projects’ Bid to Fit In

Strategies for handling the multiple challenges—and opportunities—of these in-demand developments.

Fed Holds Steady—for Now

The central bank has paused its interest rate hikes, though its war on inflation is far from over.

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Office Refinancings Remain a Tough Sell

Uncertainty is compounding the sector’s problems in a difficult capital environment.

NYC’s Office-to-Residential Plans Are Just the Beginning

Officials want to accelerate adaptive-reuse projects, but zoning changes remain unclear.

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LA Mall Lands $925M Loan

Three banks are teaming up to finance the Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield property.

Developer Lands $114M for Philly-Area Industrial Project

Mesa West Capital provided the non-recourse financing.