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Opportunistic CRE Investing Still Going Strong Even as Levels of Distressed Real Estate Plunge
Private equity investors are continuing to raise millions from investors backing opportunistic real estate investment funds, despite the strong recovery in the sector bringing record prices and liquidity. In the last month, Fortress Investment Group...

Architects' Pre-Construction Index Returns to Positive Territory
Following two months of overall decline, an index measuring architect billings which serves as a leading indicator of future construction spending rose in May, according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Growing demand for construction...

Retailers, Developers Pursue Strategies to Increase Appeal to Ethnic Shoppers
Investors developing shopping centers and malls aimed at the Hispanic, Asian and other ethnic communities increasingly find national retailers lining up for a chance to join local mom-and-pop stores catering to these fast-growing groups of consumers. Retailers...

Clinical Health Care of NJ Completes 150,000-SF Long Term Lease in Suburban Philadelphia
Clinical Health Care Associates of New Jersey PC, a subsidiary of Clinical Practices of the University of Pennsylvania, has signed a long-term, full-building lease at 1865 Marlton Pike in Cherry Hill, NJ. The two-story, 150,000-square-foot building...

Darden Warms To Real Estate Spinoff Strategy With Proposed Olive Garden REIT
Coming off receiving cash proceeds of $2.08 billion from the sale of its Red Lobster restaurant business, Darden Restaurants Inc. has decided to monetize more of its restaurant properties. The Orlando-based chain of casual eateries approved a strategic...

Community Health Plan Leases 92,000 SF at 1111 Third in Downtown Seattle
Community Health Plan of Washington has leased 91,816 square feet on six lower floors of the 1111 Third Avenue Building at 1111 3rd Ave. in Seattle. The local non-profit health plan will relocate from its current location at the 8th & Olive Building...

Lone Star Funds Goes REIT Shopping
At a time ripe for REIT privatizations, global private equity firm Lone Star Funds has cut a deal to take mega-multifamily REIT Home Properties private. In addition, Lone Star struck a separate deal to buy the entire office portfolio held by Investors...

Office Lease Up (June 22) Morton Salt To Relocate HQ to New Downtown Chicago Skyscraper
Leading salt product maker Morton Salt will relocate its headquarters after signing a 16-year lease for 52,600 square feet at 444 W. Lake St. in downtown Chicago. The Pickard Chilton Architects-designed River Point being developed by Hines and Ivanhoé...

CoStar's People of Note (June 14 - 20)
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: Seattle, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Greenville / Spartanburg, Denver...

Hennick to Lead Colliers Following Resignation of CEO Frye
Colliers International Group CEO Douglas Frye, who has led the CRE services firm since 2002, unexpectedly resigned this week. Colliers revealed no reason for Frye's resignation and neither he nor company officials could be reached for comment. Colliers...

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