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New Era of Health Care Expansion Bringing Shopping, Apartments, Hotels to Hospital Campuses
Nearly $100 billion in construction of new and expanded hospital medical office projects, both on and off the hospital campus, is under way across the U.S. In the current building boom, developers are as likely to be adding apartments, retail space and...

Playing Defense: Analysts Say $12B Marriott/Starwood Deal Could Lead to Further Hotel Consolidation
After weeks of reports that Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. (NYSE: HOT.N) would be acquired by suitors ranging from Hyatt Hotels Corp. to several Chinese companies, HOT's $12.2 billion cash-and-stock purchase by Marriott International Inc. (Nasdaq...

Office Lease Up (Nov. 16) Boston Consulting Group Latest Firm Moving to Hudson Yards
The Boston Consulting Group is the latest company to commit to the massive new Hudson Yards complex in Manhattan being developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. The global management consulting firm is expected to sign a lease for 193...

CoStar's People of Note (Nov. 13)
It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: Washington DC, Indianapolis, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Charlotte, Jacksonville...

Blackstone to Buy $3 Billion in Real Estate Fund Stakes From CalPERS
The largest public pension fund in the U.S. is selling $3 billion of global property fund interests to the world's largest alternative asset manager. Blackstone Group LP announced Thursday that its secondary and private market fund business, Strategic...

Sinomax Leases 505,000 SF in Southeast Nashville Submarket
Sinomax USA, a manufacturer of memory foam products, signed a 10-year lease for 505,000 square feet in the industrial building located at 1740 J P Hennessey Dr. in La Vergne, TN. The former Whirlpool Building was constructed in 1991 on 45 acres in...

No Big Mac REIT: McDonald's Decides Not To Spin Off its Restaurants
Just as one restaurant chain completed the spin off of hundreds of its eateries into a new REIT, and a second realized a 33% gain on the sale of some of its portfolio, McDonald's decided not pursue a strategy of letting go of its real estate, saying the...

Macy’s Hires Tishman Speyer To Help Formulate Real Estate Strategy
It was a tough quarter for Macy’s Inc. and its commercial real estate played a big role in disappointing earnings. Having to take impairment charges related to its previously announced plans to close 35 to 40 stores early next year, Macy’s Inc. reported...

Developers Rush to Apply for Investor Visa Program Ahead of Looming December Expiration
High-profile commercial real estate projects utilizing the U.S. Immigrant Investor Program, better known as the EB-5 visa program, continue to enter the development pipeline, an increasingly lucrative source of funds for developers as foreign capital...

After Leading CMBS Out of Recession, Retail Loans Slower To Refinance
For all of their success in leading a resurgence of CMBS financing following the Great Recession, retail properties face a tougher rode ahead in the short term. Approximately $50 billion of retail-backed CMBS loans are scheduled to mature through 2016...

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