In this week’s edition of The CRE News Hour, we’ll talk about a new study by CBRE about the correlation between college football prowess and student housing value with CBRE’s Jaclyn Fitts; we’ll talk about a new emphasis on creative partnerships by coworking companies with Brock Strasbourger of coworking company Convene, and we’ll look at the latest performance trends in the data center market space with Bo Bond of Jones Lang LaSalle.
In this week’s edition of The CRE News Hour, we’ll learn about neurodiversity and how that’s affecting the way office space is being designed, with Kay Sargent of design firm HOK. We’ll take an exclusive look at the building products industry with Mark Rayfield, the recently appointed CEO of building products company Saint-Gobain, and we’ll explore Section 170 tax advantages for nonprofits and charities that want to buy commercial real estate properties, with Jerrell Bass and Rob Blakely of Tampa-based real estate advisory firm Welfont.
Award-winning news anchor Steve Lubetkin covers these topics in this week’s episode of The CRE News Hour: a value add investment strategy to upgrade and enhance class B and C multifamily properties with Castle Lanterra Properties CEO Elie Rieder; Michelle Bodick of The Instant Group will tell us about her firm’s survey of coworking trends in 18 cities worldwide, and we’ll look at global economic trends affecting commercial real estate with CBRE’s chief economist, Richard Barkham.
News, headlines, and feature interviews about commercial real estate with award-winning news anchor and podcaster Steve Lubetkin.
On the 8/23/2019 CRE News Hour, part two of Brad Molotsky on Opportunity Zones, Dr. Janice Barnes on the ULI report “Scorched,” and environmental remediation with Robert Gascoyne and David Eareckson of Matrix New World Engineering.
In this week’s CRE News Hour, interviews with Opportunity Zone attorney Brad Molotsky; Investors Bank chief lending officer Richard Spengler, and special guest Mark Rose, CEO of Canadian real estate firm Avison Young.
Coworking conversations with Tom Smith of Truss.co and Dan Zakai of Mindspace, an interview with author Doug Marshall about his CRE investing book, and a tour of Titletown in Green Bay, with developer Dan Glimcher and architect Craig Pryde.
This week’s CRE News Hour features: Qualified opportunity zone funds, a tour of The Discovery Labs, a scientific research facility near Philadelphia, and an Atlanta startup that wants to make small investors into hotel owners – with room discounts as part of the benefits.
On the 7/26/2019 CRE News Hour, tax implications of opportunity zones; redevelopment in Joliet, Illinois, Israeli artificial intelligence, and east coast investors discover Chicago.
On this CRE News Hour, Atlantic Station, a live-work-play redevelopment in metro Atlanta; best practices for opportunity zone fund governance; a comparison of office costs in major metro areas; and a chat with Tom Londres of Metro Commercial about online companies crossing over into bricks and mortar.