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RPM To Receive $29.1 Million in Tax Incentives for Trenton Project

[ad_1] Development Touted As First New Multifamily Construction Downtown in Decades

San Diego Joins California Cities Banning Homeless Encampments

[ad_1] San Diego City Council approved a ban on homeless encampments, as the city joins others in California taking similar actions in response to a growing social problem also deemed…

Bell Partners’ Latest Capital Raise Reflects Investor Demand for Apartments

[ad_1] Firm Closes Fund, Increasing Buying Power to $3.2 Billion

Vacancy Divide Grows Between LA's Larger and Smaller Office Buildings

[ad_1] Based on Multiple Metrics, Smaller Properties Beat Larger Properties’ Performance

Consumers Are Doing Alright, So Far

[ad_1] But Elevated Inflation, High Interest Rates Remain Worries

Would-Be Hotel Buyers Look for Strategic Sellers

[ad_1] NEW YORK — Hotel deals are one of the barometers gauging the health of the industry, and owners and operators are trying to get a clear reading. During the…

Mega Industrial Leases Drying Up Across the Philadelphia Region

[ad_1] The Philadelphia region’s industrial market has experienced a significant shift in leasing trends. Historically, about five industrial leases exceeding 500,000 square feet were signed each year since 2015. But…

Michigan State University Invests in Detroit’s Historic Fisher Building

[ad_1] The Michigan State University endowment and MSU Federal Credit Union are investing in the historic Fisher Building in Detroit that local developer and property management partner The Platform said…

Housing Construction Starts Rise, Logistics Costs Surge, Office Attendance Edges Lower

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Apartment Complex in Bellevue Sells in One of Seattle Area’s Biggest Multifamily Deals of 2023

[ad_1] Chicago Investment Firm Expands Washington Footprint With Purchase of The Lakes