The deal includes four core Class A properties in North Carolina and a creative office campus in Atlanta.
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Compass 70 Logistics marks the company’s third major industrial development in the metro over the past 12 months.
The developer will transform Caterpillar’s former home in Rockdale, Ill., into a multi-tenant, multipurpose industrial facility.
The distribution warehouse is fully leased to General Motors.
The owners paid $72 million back in late 2018 for the 312,500-square-foot asset in Long Island City.
The development is set to encompass 225,000 square feet of office space and a multifamily component.
While the occupancy rate was down 30 basis points year-over-year through February nationwide, these five metros saw upticks of as much as 330 basis points during the same period.
Ackman-Ziff Real Estate Group arranged the refinancing of the company’s mixed-use development in West Palm Beach, Fla.
The pandemic has upended the commercial leasing world, but there's no shortage of innovative solutions from both landlords and tenants.
Increasing sales volume compared to the last quarter is just one of the encouraging signals, according to the organization's latest survey.
The seller, cloud services firm NetApp, will move its headquarters to a hybrid work-oriented office.
Sales volume and equity financing conditions have improved significantly compared to the last quarter, according to the latest survey by NMHC
Construction of the 201,000-square-foot facility adjacent to Chandler Municipal Airport is set to begin in less than three months.
The assets are located across the Moreno Valley, San Bernardino and Rialto submarkets.
The company's new temperature-controlled facility is the first building to reach completion at NorthPoint Development's master-planned industrial park.
Bots, machine learning and other tools are the key to processing orders at the grocery chain’s $55 million facility.
According to Yardi Matrix data, year-to-date deliveries amounted to 6,300 units as of March, with the top two markets accounting for 67 percent of total completions.
The sale of the value-add property in Gresham, Ore., marks one of the few medical office deals to close in the market this year.
The facility will be the first U.S. location to implement the company's proprietary earthquake protection system.
The speculative office project is nearly 30 percent preleased.