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The housing market in 2014 put to bed the idea that the sector might see more of a V-shaped recovery. What does 2015 have in store? Here are five areas to watch.
Half a decade after Los Angeles developer Rob Maguire became a high-profile casualty of the property bust, he is gearing up for a comeback.
The aging of the Baby Boom generation combined with the flood of capital into commercial real estate is driving up the costs of properties that cater to senior living.
Building costs are rising at the fastest pace in six years, according to a new report by Rider Levett Bucknall, a property and construction consulting firm.
An affordable housing developer founded by a holocaust survivor is investing $156 million in an 18-building portfolio in the South Bronx that will help New York Mayor Bill de Blasio meet his affordable housing goal.
One of Malaysia’s most prominent casino developers was a big behind-the-scenes winner this week when a New York board made its much-awaited recommendations of where three casinos should be located.
U.S. hospitality companies responded to President Obama’s announcement on Wednesday that the U.S. and Cuba are restoring full diplomatic relations with hope mixed with a bit of caution.
Offices in New York – and the rest of the U.S. – are a relative bargain, according to a new report out Wednesday from CBRE Group Inc.
The Manhattan condominium and co-op apartment market is setting numerous new records in 2014 partly thanks to high sales of units costing more than $10 million, according to a new report. The average sales price for co-ops and condos...Show More Summary
Large investors continue to pour money into commercial real estate, forcing the little guys to look harder for deals.
As office sharing phenom WeWork grows, it is eyeing an expansion into the residential sector
Mall development in the U.S. is a virtually dead business because of oversupply and online competition. There's a whopping 1.25 billion square feet of mall space and it only increased 0.32% this year, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers. But the same can’t be said about the outlet center business, which has much less space. Show More Summary
Early gauges of new-home sales in November point to a lackluster, if not disappointing, result as consumers remain hesitant despite the improving economy.
A small golf course company isn't pursuing a plan to convert to a REIT, which would have meant tax savings.
Raleigh, N.C., Albuquerque, N.M. and Boise, Idaho are among the cities that the National Association of Realtors thinks are poised to get an influx of older baby boomers.
Qatar’s Al Rayyan Tourism and Investment Company is in a $530 million deal to buy 97% of The Manhattan at Times Square Hotel, say people familiar with the matter.
Hudson Pacific bought a Northern California office portfolio with 19% vacancy, a large amount that the firm views as a "huge opportunity."
Bank of China has agreed to pay nearly $600 million for a Manhattan office tower, as foreign investors have dominated the landscape for top-quality U.S. commercial property sales
The best housing markets in the country include Boston, Seattle…and Fresno, Calif.?
These are good times for many private equity firms in the real estate business.