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Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Unveils Plans for Mixed-Use Business Park in Space
Blue Origin, a spaceflight company controlled by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos’, along with partners Boeing and Sierra Space, plan to build a commercially developed, owned, and operated space station in low Earth orbit. The project is being called Orbital Reef and is envisioned as a mixed-use business park roughly 300...
Non-Residential Construction Momentum Jumps in October to 14-Year High
Construction of nonresidential building projects accelerated in October in the United States, according to a new report by Dodge Construction Network. The Dodge Momentum Index increased 10% in October to 181.2 from the revised September reading of 164.6. The Momentum Index is a monthly measure of the initial report...
CRE Volume, Prices Reach New Heights Globally in Q3
The just released RCA CPPI composite index shows that both global deal volume and commercial property prices climbed to new highs in the third quarter of 2021.  Economists at RCA point to this confluence as a sign that buyer expectations are adjusting upward as the market moves past the lows of the worst parts of the...
The CRE with CBCworldwide Podcast: Around the Industry
Listen to the latest episodes from the CRE with CBCworldwide podcast!   Delaware Statutory Trusts — Navigating Exchanges with a 1031 Hybrid Vehicle On this episode we are joined by Dan Wagner, senior vice president of government relations for The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc.  to discuss Delaware...
Nation’s Future Brightens with Passage of Infrastructure Investment Package
Congressional policymakers and the Biden administration generated bipartisan support to pass the trillion-dollar infrastructure bill on November 5. The House of Representatives passed the Senate version of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), which meant the bill would be sent to President Biden’s desk...
The Highs and Lows of Retail Asset Types
The following article was written by Daniel Spiegel, managing director, Coldwell Banker Commercial From August through October of 2021, total sales were up 15.4% from the same period a year ago. U.S. retail and food service sales for the month of October alone were $638.2 billion, up 1.7% from the previous month...
Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Volume, Prices Reach New Heights Globally in Q3
The just released RCA CPPI composite index shows that both global deal volume and commercial property prices climbed to new highs in the third quarter of 2021.  Economists at RCA point to this confluence as a sign that buyer expectations are adjusting upward as the market moves past the lows of the worst parts of the...
SIOR Report Reveals CRE Sector No Longer in Pause Mode
Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR)’s latest Q3 2021 broker survey reveals that on-time transactions are at their highest level since the start of the pandemic, while cancelled and on-hold deals are at their lowest level. Additionally, SIOR notes in its Q3 2021 Snapshot Sentiment...
Suburban Population Explosion Drives Surge in Renters
If you wondered where all the people moving out of cities’ urban cores are going, the answer is the populace has discovered suburban settings. Recent data from the Census Bureau reveals that American suburban markets are indeed expanding and have experienced a gain of 4.7 million residents between 2010 and 2019. The...
Artificial Intelligence in Real Estate
Artificial intelligence is a complex topic. There is both fear and excitement surrounding AI, but there is no denying that it is significantly impacting the real estate industry. As defined by Forbes, artificial intelligence is a form of computer science that uses computers to emulate intelligent human behavior at a...

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