Demand for Apartments Bounces Back in Second Quarter
However, the divide continues to widen between new, luxury apartment communities where some managers now offer concessions to lure renters and less-expensive, class-B apartment communities that are fully-occupied with long waiting lists.  Read More…

Fab Four
A handful of major developments proposed for Tampa would nearly double the amount of existing commercial square footage in the city.  Read More…

Shopping Centers Pursue Internet-Proof Tenants
Real estate developers are looking for new tenants not directly competitive with Amazon.  Read More…

Industrial Revolution
A paradigm shift in retailers’ logistics that could influence industrial real estate development and consumer fulfillment for decades to come.  Read More…

WeWork Misses Mark on Lofty Targets

Office rental startup WeWork has amassed a valuation of $16 billion, but a business model based on super-rapid growth projections might not play out as expected.  Read More…