High-end real estate developers The Post Brothers have flipped Presidential City, a 1,015-unit, luxury, high-rise community in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for $357 million.
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The CRE News Hour is going on hiatus. We had a great run of 26 feature-packed episodes in our first season, and depending on listener and sponsor support, we hope to return in the New Year with more news and features about the commercial real estate industry.
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we’ll speak with Matt Harding and Melissa Sievwright of retail shopping center firm Levin Management about their pre-holiday survey of retail sentiment, and we’ll have a conversation with Jim Berry, leader of Deloitte’s US real estate practice, about the firm’s 2020 Commercial Real Estate Outlook.
Prologis’ $12B acquisition of Liberty Property Trust, rent control, and a Philadelphia “meet the developers panel” are topics in this week’s CRE News Hour.
On the October 25, 2019 CRE News Hour, guests are Paul Galvin, CEO of SGBlocks; Patrick McGregor of Commercial Cafe; Tatiana O’Sullivan and Chris Griner of the Stroock law firm.
We’ll take a deep dive on energy consumption in commercial real estate, with Alec Manfre, CEO of Bractlet, which models building energy consumption for clients; and a chat with Scott King, CEO of Brut Lighting, about the advantages of LED lighting in industrial property, and we’ll look at suburban multifamily development attracting millennials in the Philadelphia suburbs, with Brandon Segal from LCOR.
Interviews with William and Stephen King, founders of Imbrex Corporation, which is developing blockchain-based tools for commercial and residential real estate professionals; Clark Machemer, of Crow Holdings Industrial’s northeast operations; and Kathy Craft of Nelson Worldwide on industrial real estate design market.
In this week’s edition of The CRE News Hour, we go on-site at the NAIOP I.CON East conference in Jersey City to chat with Jeff…
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.