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Commercial Real Estate News

Commercial Real Estate News from the Wall Street Journal

  1. China Life Buys Sprawling Portfolio of Small Market U.S. Real Estate
    China Life Insurance Group is buying a 95% stake in 48 commercial properties scattered throughout the U.S. in deal that values the portfolio at $950 million and highlights the growing appetite among foreign investors for real estate in markets they mostly have ignored until now.
  2. As Lower East Side Gentrifies, Condo Offers Sprawling Private Garden
    Trees, tree house, hilly path, fire pits, telescopes: The One Manhattan Square condo building on the Lower East Side takes the private-garden amenity very seriously.
  3. New Jersey Ski Resort Files for Bankruptcy
    Mountain Creek Resort Inc., a New Jersey ski resort less than two hours from Manhattan, has filed for bankruptcy protection, citing years of above-average temperatures, scant snowfall and missteps by prior owners.
  4. What's Behind GE's Move From the Connecticut Suburbs to Boston
    Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Bornstein says being near students was a major attraction
  5. Apple Headquarters Signals Tech's Boom, Bravado
    Apple Inc.’s new headquarters in Silicon Valley is the most lavish in a spate of glitzy new architectural projects by tech titans at a time when their businesses are booming and market valuations are soaring.
  6. New York Landlords Roll Out Freebies to Attract Tenants
    Manhattan office landlords are boosting their use of concession packages such as free rent and remodeling cash to entice tenants to take space.
  7. NYC Picks Development Team for West Side Mixed-Use Tower
    The New York City Economic Development Corp. has tapped a development team to transform a far West Side parking lot into a mixed-use tower with affordable housing, offices and dormitories.
  8. Developers Aiming to Bring More Dining Diversity to the Bronx
    Developers are revamping a former railway station in the Bronx in a
  9. Labor Shortage Squeezes Builders
    As demand for commercial real estate climbs, contractors say they are seeing shortages of electricians, carpenters and other subcontractor laborers, making it harder to hold down costs.
  10. Retail Slump Pounds Manhattan Landlords
    Asking rents in many of New York City’s priciest shopping corridors declined in the first quarter of 2017.

Commercial Property News from the Financial Times

  1. More on America’s unproductive homebuilding sector
  2. Shares in Toll Brothers pare back gains after new home sales data
  3. LafargeHolcim: magic fixy dust
    Cement group’s new chief executive faces some sticky issues
  4. LafargeHolcim poaches Sika’s Jan Jenisch for chief executive
    Chemicals group boss to join Swiss-French cement group in wake of Syria controversy
  5. LafargeHolcim poaches Sika boss Jenisch for CEO
  6. Japan shows America has no construction “worker shortage”, just a productivity problem
  7. Crest Nicholson says demand for new homes ‘still robust’
    UK housebuilder pushed up average selling price by 12% in first half
  8. Atlantia makes €16bn bid for rival toll road group Abertis
    Deal structured with cash and share alternatives to attract target’s backers
  9. Toll road operator Atlantia makes €16.3bn bid for Abertis
  10. Italy prepares ground to escape the next quake
    Danger to ancient buildings and artefacts can be reduced but not eliminated

Commercial Property News from Property Week

  1. Christo Wiese eyes serviced apartment push in London
    South African billionaire Christo Wiese is plotting a push into the serviced apartment sector in London after strong growth in his UK property holdings.
  2. ISS joins Generation IM’s call to block executive pay deals at JLL
    One of the world’s most influential investor bodies has backed calls to vote against the pay deals of all executive directors at JLL, including former chief executive Colin Dyer’s $11.3m (£8.71m) pay off.
  3. CC Land completes £1.15bn Cheesegrater buy
    CC Land has completed the £1.15bn purchase of the Leadenhall Building.
  4. Colechurch House to go on sale for £70m
    An office building in the shadow of The Shard that has redevelopment potential for a 200,000 sq ft-plus scheme is to hit the market with a price tag of around £70m.
  5. Gerald Eve sets up new arm after poaching Helix trio
    Gerald Eve is setting up a property management business led by three senior figures poached from Helix Property Advisors.
  6. Spitalfields blow prompts fresh site hunt for Time Out
    Entertainment group Time Out is considering whether to look for a new east London location for its market leisure concept after its plans to open in Spitalfields were rebuffed by planning chiefs.
  7. South Bank office on block for £85m
    South Bank office 42 Southwark Bridge Road is due to be put up for sale by its owners: Angelo, Gordon & Co and Beltane Asset Management.
  8. Pluto raises £500m and expands product range
    Pluto Finance has completed a £500m capital raise enabling the residential property lender to expand its range of products and lower its rates.
  9. Addison Lee set to drive into new London HQ
    Europe’s largest private hire minicab operator Addison Lee has launched a search for a new London headquarters.
  10. Experts slam Tory pledge to 'simplify rates'
    Rating experts have slammed the Conservative party’s plans to reform business rates announced in its manifesto.