Therese Fitzgerald

Therese Fitzgerald has nearly 20 years experience writing and editing commercial real estate content. In addition to her work on the CPE and MHN online magazines, she edits CPE's Capital Markets Newsletter and MHN's Finance & Investment Newsletter.

Environmental Justice’s New Bright Light

In this episode of "Sustainability Street," how President Biden and a growing number of building stakeholders are emboldening a decades-old campaign for equity.

Analysis: How Biden’s Tax Plan Would Reshape CRE Investment

All investors will feel the impact of some of the changes, but commercial real estate could be hit particularly hard, experts say.

New York State Budget Omits Local Law 97 Relief

New York City's new building emissions law is the most ambitious law to be enacted by any city.

REIT CEOs Highlight Silver Linings at NYU Schack Conference

Here's how three public real estate companies, all leaders in their sectors, are surviving and thriving in these turbulent times.

Why Local Law 97 Is So Challenging to Implement

There are still many unknowns regarding this groundbreaking carbon emissions regulation. In this episode of "Sustainability Street," we delve into some of the bigger ones.

What IBM Can Teach the Industry About Diversity

A panel of executives from IBM and Shell Oil kicked off CoreNet Global's first annual Global Corporate Real Estate Week.

Lowering Embodied Carbon: Full Speed Ahead

In the latest episode of our "Sustainability Street" podcast, CPE looks at how the "other" carbon is finally coming into focus for the broader real estate community.

Willy Walker on SPAC Fever in CRE

The chairman & CEO of Walker & Dunlop on the trend that is opening a new door for buyers and sellers.

MBA CREF21: Highlights from Day 1

Property types and policy issues were all on the table at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s 2021 Commercial Real Estate Finance Conference.

U.S. REITs’ Long Road to Full Economic Recovery

It will be some time before property sectors return to the peak cash flows they enjoyed in 2019, according to Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.