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CoStar's People of Note (Apr. 29)
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, New York City, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Northern New Jersey...

You’re on Your Own Houston: Cousins To Merge With Parkway Properties; Spin-Off Houston Assets
Cousins Properties Inc. and Parkway Properties Inc. agreed this morning to a stock-for-stock merger and the simultaneous spin-off of their combined Houston-based property into a new publicly-traded REIT (referred to as HoustonCo). The transactions...

Suburban Office Heats Up as CBD Demand Spills Over into Outlying Markets
Tenant interest in suburban office space is finally ramping up, with many suburban office markets starting to see gains in net absorption, occupancy and rental rates after watching their urban counterparts enjoy steady gains over the past several years...

Foreign Capital Continues to Drive Biggest U.S. CRE Investments
Far from losing steam, foreign investors in the last few weeks seem to have stepped up their U.S. real estate investment game in the wake of several new mega-deals, while others have announced they intend to do so after a sluggish start to the year. The...

Who’s Afraid of Multifamily?
Liquidity in the multifamily real estate sector appears to be holding up, continuing to help drive sales of apartment properties, with sales remaining on last year’s record pace. Multifamily deal volume in the first quarter of this year totaled $37...

Bank CRE Loan Growth Moderating, but Still Highly Competitive
Despite federal banking regulators voicing concerns over commercial real estate loan concentrations and market distress over global macro-economic uncertainty and collapsed energy prices, the nation’s banks seem to have continued to step up their CRE...

Will New S&P Classification Breaking Out Real Estate Boost REIT Stocks?
As an investment area, real estate has long been lumped together with insurance companies and banks under a broad financial sector bucket such as by two major stock indexes, the S&P Dow Jones Indices and MSCI Inc. stock indexes. That will change on...

NYU Langone Med Ctr Signs 30 Year Mega Lease for Entire 25 Story Manhattan Office Tower
The NYU Langone Medical Center has signed a 30-year lease for the entire 389,522-square-foot office tower at 222 E. 41st St. in New York City. The triple-net lease encompasses the 25-story building including the lobby, common areas and parking garage...

Sports Authority to Liquidate, Sell Stores
Englewood, CO-based Sports Authority has abandoned Chapter 11 reorganization plans and will hold auctions next month seeking buyers for nearly all of its 463 stores. An auction is scheduled for May 16, where bidders could purchase some of the stores...

Lone Star Closes Fifth CRE Fund at $5.9 Billion
Lone Star Funds, a global private equity firm that invests in real estate, equity, credit and other financial assets, held its first and final close on its Lone Star Real Estate Fund V with $5.9 billion in combined capital commitments. Launched just...

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