Lew Sichelman


Reaching New Heights: A Look at the World’s Tallest Buildings

Columnist Lew Sichelman compares tower heights across the U.S. and other countries.

Slow Going for Federal Property Sales

Only one of the first 12 assets slated for disposition has changed hands, reports columnist Lew Sichelman.

Slow Going for Federal Property Disposition Effort

The 12 underutilized federal assets identified for sale more than a year ago have yet to be brought to market, explains columnist Lew Sichelman.

Looking Beyond COVID-19

What's happening next? Norm Miller, Hahn Chair of Real Estate Finance at University of San Diego’s School of Business, weighs in.

CRE ‘Grossly Unprepared’ for Climate Change

Has the real estate industry underestimated the impact of global warming? Here's why this matters.

You Can Develop on Formerly Federal-Owned Land. Maybe.

Your next project could be on land that was once part of a federal job corps center. That won’t happen, though, until Uncle Sam gets its real estate act together. Read more of our expert columnist's thoughts on the subject.