• Will Austin Continue to Add New Jobs?

    Austin apartment investors have been banking on major industries to attract newcomers to the metro.

    National 08 June 2015 14:08
  • Forbes Names Cincinnati, Dayton to Ranks of Affordable Cities

    Southwest Ohio is one of the most affordable places in the United States. At least that’s what Forbes thinks. The business magazine has recently released a list of the most affordable cities in the country. Cincinnati and Dayton are both in the top 10.

    Cincinnati 22 March 2015 23:03
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain receives Five Star Rating

    The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain near Tucson has been named a new Five Star hotel as Forbes Travel Guide recently unveiled its latest Star Rating list. The distinction puts the 850-acre resort among the top luxury destinations worldwide. Two other Arizona properties have also received the Five Star rating this year, The Canyon Suites at The Phoenician in Scottsdale and Kai Restaurant in Chandler.

    West 21 February 2015 00:11
  • Vacancy Goes Up in Austin, But So Does Employment

    The Silicon Hills nickname Austin, Texas, received in the 1990s proves to still be a suitable one for the current times due to the technology firms that are continuously attracted to this area. This impacts a few market aspects, primarily employment, and subsequently construction, rent growth and new investments.

    National 03 June 2014 13:13
  • Miami Worldcenter Adds Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s Stores to New Mall

    Miami Worldcenter Associates, The Forbes Company and Taubman Centers Inc. have recently announced an agreement for a Macy’s and a Bloomingdale’s store to anchor the new Mall at Miami Worldcenter.

    Miami 09 December 2013 19:37
  • World’s First Forbes-Branded Office Tower to Rise in the Philippines

    Forbes Media has chosen the Philippines as the site of the world's first Forbes-branded office high-rise. The company has partnered with local developer Century Properties Group Inc. to build the approximately 646,000-square-foot Forbes Media Tower(R) in Makati, a suburb of Manila.

    International 06 September 2013 15:17

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