Companies may be willing to spend more on their workspace these days, but developers and real estate pros need to know what will entice the tenants of the future.
Investors looking for single-family rentals are running into supply issues, but that doesn’t mean they’re out of luck; they just need to think outside the box.
Commercial practitioners and property managers can chalk up the winter of 2013–2014 as being an important education in planning for severe weather challenges. Here are some lessons learned this year.
Commercial property managers and real estate practitioners have a lot to consider when it comes to balancing building safety and gun-rights advocacy.
Here’s how savvy developers are turning old-school office parks into vibrant, mixed-use villages.
Got problem tenants? Try an approach that keeps your vacancy filled, your tenants happy, and your sanity intact.
Commercial real estate deals are enticing an increasingly global group of real estate investors in China. Learn why they’re looking to the United States and what kind of roadblocks they face.
A Chicago-based broker who specializes in redevelopment of rental properties offers three tips for successfully launching a major multimillion-dollar project.
When the FHFA asked the public for ideas on how to get Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac out of the mortgage market for multifamily properties, they got some surprising results.
More companies are shifting to open-plan offices, adding amenities while reducing square footage.