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Join IRR leaders for the Viewpoint 2016 webinar

02.2.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

We’ve shown you the numbers, charts, and trends, now it’s time to hear more about what went into our 16th annual Viewpoint report, and more importantly, what we got out of it. Join us on the morning of Thursday, February 4 as we delve into the analyses and forecasts shaping the CRE industry with commentary from top IRR leaders across the country. This one-hour webinar will provide you with essential information about the issues that …

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The story of available but expensive Vegas land, and Kansas City’s office conversion trend

01.29.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

Here are the news stories you might have missed this week: The Kansas City Star: Kansas City’s downtown revives empty office towers with ‘adaptive reuse’ Kansas City has transformed an excess of office vacancies into towers bustling with activity. That’s because tax incentives and new opportunities have resulted in developers transforming office towers in the city’s central business district to condos and apartments, or even hotel rooms. Many of these buildings were seen as outdated …

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Now Trending in Urban Retail CRE – A Guest Post from Llenrock Group

01.27.16
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Ray Cirz
Ray Cirz

This post from Tatiana Swedek is part of our Llenrock Group guest post series and originally appeared on the Llenrock Group blog. Last week, Llenrock sponsored the Cornell Real Estate Council Philadelphia Panel, a gathering of alumni and members within the commercial real estate industry. The luncheon and panel was lively and insightful all thanks to the topic of the day: urban retail trends and challenges. Being absolutely enthralled by the discourse between panelists, which are some …

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The Rams’ move is driving interest in Inglewood, and the most interesting Houston submarket

01.25.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

Here are the news stories you might have missed last week: Los Angeles Times: Rams heat up Inglewood’s real estate market The hottest bet in California right now isn’t on the Warriors, Kings, or Dodgers, but the future of Inglewood. When the St. Louis Rams announced their move to Inglewood for the 2016 NFL season, the city became a hot commodity for developers and investors. But an interesting trend could be taking shape – knowing …

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Making headlines: Integra Realty Resources’ fourth quarter news

01.19.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

2015 was a strong year for commercial real estate. And when someone had to help make sense of it, experts from Integra Realty Resources (IRR) joined the conversation. Throughout Q4, IRR’s professionals and data provided insight to local and regional media. Paul Griffith, senior managing director of our Pittsburgh office, represented IRR at the NAIOP Pittsburgh and the Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania Inc. panel discussion, commenting on the pending apartment demand in Pittsburgh. …

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Surprise! San Francisco is pricier than New York, and Seattle’s shifting office landscape

01.15.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

Here are the news stories you might have missed this week: Bloomberg: Luxury-home market seen threatened by scrutiny in NYC, Miami It won’t be long until we learn who is purchasing luxury homes in New York City or Miami: A new rule by the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network means they’ll be investigating the identities behind the LLCs that often buy these multi-million dollar homes. Experts worry that this new layer of transparency will …

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Viewpoint: A peek into the U.S. commercial real estate markets in 2016

01.12.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

What’s in store for many of the commercial real estate segments over the next 12 months? Positive rents, property values, and occupancy trends throughout the country, according to Integra Realty Resources’ yearly Viewpoint report. 2016 marks the 16th edition of IRR’s Viewpoint, the annual compendium of real estate valuation, investment, and leasing trends and forecasts. Viewpoint tracks the capital markets, as well as the office, multifamily, retail, industrial, lodging, and self-storage segments in the largest U.S. …

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Year in review: The 5 biggest commercial real estate trends of 2015

01.5.16
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

2015 has come and gone, and what a year it was for commercial real estate — rents soared, big buildings came with even bigger price tags, and the multitude of CRE segments bounced back to pre-recession levels. Today, let’s look back at the biggest commercial real estate trends from 2015. 1) The year of different conversions: The trend of “warehouse to whatever” has been eclipsed by all other conversions. In 2015, an office building in …

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The $2 Billion Move – A Guest Post from Llenrock Group

12.29.15
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Ray Cirz
Ray Cirz

This post from Tatiana Swedek is part of our Llenrock Group guest post series and originally appeared on the Llenrock Group blog. This past Tuesday, Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC, the head honcho of apartment management companies, announced their deal to sell a 32-property multi-family portfolio to Blackstone Group LP for $2 billion. The portfolio consists of 10,399 units spanning across well-located market metro areas such as Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and New York. According …

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Pittsburgh’s riverfront revival, and why Chicago’s Class B market is upstaging Class A

12.23.15
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Michael Welch
Michael Welch

Here are the news stories you might have missed this week: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Riverfront spaces have become epicenter of Pittsburgh’s development Two decades ago, Pittsburgh riverfronts were nothing to brag about – but this is 2015. Since the early 2000s, more than $4 billion of commercial redevelopment has occurred along the banks of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio rivers, and even more development is being considered. The new development, as well as millions of dollars …

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