Real estate investment is increasingly becoming a global business, with widening competition as more players place money around the globe. Depending on investment goals, players may be drawn to the recovering U.S. markets or the lagging European markets. …Continue reading →
As retail strives to recreate itself for the post-recessionary market, investors and developers are targeting one group in particular, and they are an opinionated and fickle bunch. The good news is that Gen Y loves to shop, the Urban Land Institute found in its most recent study of the generation’s…Continue reading →
At the New York State Association for Affordable Housing’s 14th Annual New York State Affordable Housing Conference in New York in the session “Financing Mixed-Use Development," speakers discussed why mixed-use buildings could be critical to neighborhood revitalization.…Continue reading →
How is the state of development in multifamily, particularly in the Southeast? MHN talks to Summey Orr, managing partner, Hartman Simons, about development trends and why fewer new investors are coming to the market.…Continue reading →
Denny St. Romain, managing director of Real Estate Investment Banking at Jones Lang LaSalle, discusses three sources of commercial real estate financing today: life companies, conduits and banks.
Vic Clark, managing director of Centerline Capital Group, explains the increasing competitiveness of CMBS financing in the commercial real estate world.
Centerline Capital Group, a subsidiary of Centerline Holding Company, recently hired James F. Boris III as director, affordable housing debt. MHN talks to Boris about his new position and his predictions for the affordable and seniors housing industry.…Continue reading →