Some 3.9 million square feet of storage space came online across the U.S. in February, according to Yardi Matrix data.
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JLL evaluated 110 U.S. markets for its just-released report on this fast-growing industry.
Following a relatively bumpy year, fundamentals should get a boost from federal support and an accelerating vaccine rollout.
A furniture retailer will occupy an entire building at the 2.6 million-square-foot development.
The transaction, one of the largest office deals of its kind this year, aligns with the company’s strategy to divest non-core suburban New Jersey assets.
An entity affiliated with Vien Thao Media acquired the six-building property in Milpitas, Calif.
The industrial REIT's amendment and restatement agreement includes new terms that allow for a potential increase of as much as $800 million.
Boosted by accelerating positive trends, the Metroplex entered 2021 on the right foot.
David Lipson will assume his new role starting April 1.
The deal will retire an existing loan on the 32-story Midtown property.
The company has closed on its first industrial acquisition in Los Angeles County.
The flexible office giant aims to go public using an increasingly popular maneuver in the property and proptech industry.
There are still many unknowns regarding this groundbreaking carbon emissions regulation. In this episode of "Sustainability Street," we delve into some of the bigger ones.
The structural engineering firm has additional offices in Dallas and Boston, serving clients across the U.S. and overseas.
The U.S. General Services Administration has selected Krueck Sexton Partners to lead the property’s transformation.
Once a boon, the Bay Area's tech-centricity quickly became a liability. The tide, however, is turning again.
With nearly 350 million square feet underway across the U.S. at the end of February, CommercialEdge highlights the largest current developments.
Technology advances that help meet the needs of the moment while increasing NOI, from Carbon Lighthouse’s CEO Raphael Rosen.
Unlike many of its coastal neighbors, the market is showcasing relatively unscathed fundamentals into the first quarter.
The metro Dallas property last traded in 2019.