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Barbra Murray

Barbra is a writer who has been covering the commercial real estate industry for the last 20 years. Her fondness for real estate extends to the residential sector and its many thousands of creative floor plans available for perusal. A native of Los Angeles, she returned to Southern California several years ago after a long stint in Washington, D.C., where she was able to regularly indulge her passion for visiting art galleries and museums.
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Hines to Launch Self-Branded Tenant Experience App

For tenants and workers at several of Hines’ office buildings, workplace experience

Will Crowdfunding for Commercial Real Estate Ever Catch On?

It was all the rage in 2018. It picked up more steam

National Association of Realtors’ President Resigns After Sexual Harassment Revelations

The leader of the largest trade association in America walked away from

How to Mitigate E-bike Fire Risks in Your Apartment Complex

If you think you’re seeing an increasing number of electronic bikes on

Top Developers Transform Manhattan Studios with $350M Project

Vornado Realty Trust, Hudson Pacific Properties, and Blackstone have joined forces with

Empty Offices, Busy Malls: The Paradox of U.S. Real Estate in 2023

We can blame it on COVID-19, remote work, the inevitable emergence of

Manhattan’s MetLife Building: An Old Skyscraper Stays Relevant and Well Occupied

The sad plight of the office real estate market continues with all

A Pension Fund Turns Its Back on a Major Real Estate Investment

In Florida, the West Palm Beach Police Pension Fund has opted to

Circular Retail Helps Brick and Mortar Fight Back Against E-Commerce

While all eyes have been on the occupancy-challenged office buildings or the

Outdoor Air Quality May Have an Impact on Office Attendance

When thousands of New Yorkers became engulfed in what seemed like an

Cisco Systems Expands into Office Tech with Hybrid Work Software

Now that companies are adapting to hybrid schedule work schedules, employers are