Posts filed under: Commercial Real Estate

  The city’s two dozen most exclusive office buildings are racking up higher rents. According to a new Hedge Fund Index compiled by a JLL team led by Cynthia Wasserberger, rents in half the buildings that attract financial and hedge...
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  China’s largest real estate developers, China Vanke and Dalian Wanda Group, operate at a scale that makes New York’s giants look small. Wanda’s assets in 2014 totaled $85.6 billion, according to the company’s website, with a portfolio of more...
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    The Chera family’s Crown Acquisitions and partner Oxford Properties Group now own the entire office and retail base of Olympic Tower at 641 Fifth Ave., which they purchased in two transactions from entities controlled by the Onassis Foundation...
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    A fourth wave of Chinese capital is set to wash over Australian commercial and development real estate. Chinese buying of Australian commercial and development real estate, which jumped to $4.37 billion in 2014, was the highlight of Chinese...
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  Some investors are betting the next big market in hospitality will be the scruffy, cost-conscious backpacking crowd. AllianceBernstein LP, Invesco Ltd. and billionaire Ronald Burkle’s Yucaipa Cos. all are pouring money into upscale youth hostels, a new kind of...
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  Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, a hospitality company known for its plush luxury resorts in Asia, has reached a deal with a Miami-based real-estate investor for its first property in Central America. The hotel operator has agreed to manage...
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   According to CBRE’s newly released Global Investor Intentions Survey 2015, a majority of global investors plan to increase their real estate holdings this year. Office and industrials are the preferred asset classes, and many are eager to invest outside of...
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    As you know, I’m a big believer in real estate crowdfunding.  Well, a couple of new platforms have just launched: Selequity in the commercial sector and iCrowdHotelsfor, you guessed it, hotels.   You can check them out at...
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