Real Estate

Behind RXR’s $1B Loan Modification of its Manhattan Office Tower

RXR Realty, one of the largest real estate owners and developers in New York City has some of the Big

Holly Dutton By Holly Dutton

RealPage-Yardi Lawsuits Show the Folly of Focussing Only on Revenue

For years, real estate companies have been using technology to help them maximize the revenue of their properties. Many multifamily

Franco Faraudo By Franco Faraudo

Much-Needed Progress in Mixed-Income Multifamily Housing Arrives

The race to fill the gaping hole in housing in the U.S. continues with developers delivering apartment properties at a

Barbra Murray By Barbra Murray

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How High Interest Rates Are Changing Commercial Property Lending

This has been a perfect storm for the commercial real estate lending industry. Higher interest rates have slowed down the economy and made loans prohibitively

By Franco Faraudo

SL Green Holds Steady Amid Manhattan Office Market Fluctuations

New York City's office sector didn't escape the ravages of the pandemic, and, as remains the case in most of the country's leading office markets,

By Barbra Murray

What Real Estate Firms Can Learn From Microsoft’s Sustainability Reporting

In January 2020, just before the pandemic hit, tech giant Microsoft made a big commitment to sustainability. Company leaders laid out a detailed plan of

By Holly Dutton

A Tech Boom Is Reshaping Kansas City Real Estate

Something happened in Kansas City in 2012, and it marked a turning point. That year, Google Fiber Internet launched in the midwestern city that straddles

By Barbra Murray

The Growing Connection Between PropTech and Property Investing

Property owners are experts in the problems that PropTech is meant to solve. Because of that, many PropTech investors have a real estate background. Most

By Franco Faraudo

Real Estate Loves Community Solar, But Public Perception Is Hampering Growth

Solar energy is having a moment. It’s an industry that has grown significantly over the last decade, with an average annual growth rate of 24

By Holly Dutton

From Suburban Office Park to Mixed-Use Community Hub

If you're looking for one of the finest restaurants in town, one of the coolest bars around, or the most coveted yoga classes in the

By Barbra Murray

Maximizing Office Leasing Potential with PropTech

Leasing is the lifeblood of commercial real estate. It is one of the top priorities of building owners and managers even in the best of

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