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09/21/2018
WeWork Creates New Hollywood Ties With Ron Howard's Incubator
Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment plans to move a creative incubator into WeWork coworking space in West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center. Fast-growing shared-workspace provider WeWork landed a deal to provide office space for “Solo...

09/20/2018
Tech Companies Account for One-Fifth of US Office Leasing Activity
LifeLock, a personal information security company, is one of several tech companies that has opened an office in the Phoenix area. The company leases about 95,000 square feet in the Hayden Ferry Lakeside mixed-use park in Tempe, Arizona. While all...

09/20/2018
Big Scoop: Museum of Ice Cream Aims to Sprinkle Stores Across the World
The Museum of Ice Cream offers a "sprinkle pool" for kids and adults alike. Courtesy Museum of Ice Cream The popular traveling pop-up gallery and store Museum of Ice Cream opened its first permanent location in San Francisco this week but co-founder...

09/20/2018
Minneapolis Theater Marks the Latest US Movie Palace Restoration in a Netflix Era
New owners have proposed renovations for Minneapolis' Suburban World Theatre at 3022 Hennepin Ave. S. The ceiling stars may soon shine again in the Suburban World Theatre, a long-vacant movie palace located in Minneapolis' thriving Uptown retail district...

09/20/2018
Did You Hear? San Diego Firm Names New General Counsel
Before any significant commercial real estate transaction is executed, chances are an attorney has played a key role in the negotiations. For the past decade, Kathryn Richman did just that at Presidio Property Trust, an Escondido, California-based real...

09/20/2018
Denver-Area Apartment Market Dealing With Crush of New Units
Dylan RiNo, a 274-unit apartment complex, was one of many completed in 2017, leading to a glut of new apartment units in the Denver-area market. Could Denver's rapidly developing multifamily market be heading for trouble? Some local experts think so...

09/20/2018
'Northern Virginia Lands Amazon HQ2!' Hotel Owner Touts Hopefully in Press Release
The "new" Courtyard by Marriott Dulles Airport Herndon at 13715 Sayward Blvd. in Northern Virginia. (Image credit: Business Wire). How comfortable - or brazen - are firms becoming at assuming Amazon has zeroed in on Northern Virginia as the location...

09/20/2018
Investors Hurry Up and Wait To Invest in 'Opportunity Zones'
A potential surge in commercial property investment in economically distressed areas is building up as investors await final guidelines coming from the federal government. Tax incentives were broadly written into the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into...

09/20/2018
Hurricane Florence: How Will the Storm Affect Multifamily Fundamentals?
One year removed from the devastation created by Hurricane Harvey in the Houston area, the country is once again reeling from another major storm. Hurricane Florence, which made landfall Sept. 14 along the North and South Carolina border, appears to be...

09/20/2018
Lakeland, Florida’s Industrial Market Is Red-Hot Amid Rising Construction Starts
In early 2018, a joint venture between Blue Steel and PCCP broke ground on Key Logistics Center Building 100 without any tenants in place. Lakeland, Florida’s industrial market is in the midst of a construction boom, with nearly 3.5 million square feet...

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