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David Howard, executive director of the National Rental Home Council, comes on the podcast to discuss how the single-family rental market has evolved and why the space has thrived amid the pandemic.
Meijer has launched a text-based process for people who want to register to receive the vaccine. Those seeking a vaccination text “COVID” to the number 75049 to receive a link to register. The link includes three questions that enable Meijer pharmacies to determine which vaccine phase the patient is in.
The supermarket chain will be administering the Moderna vaccine to customers aged 65 and older.
Recent research suggests that ESG investing does help achieve better overall performance.
The warehouse owner acquired Cryo-Trans, owner of refrigerated and insulated railcars.
A Related affiliate agreed to buy the Phillips Point building in West Palm Beach for $282 million.
Smaller metropolitan markets in the middle of the U.S. are seeing the strongest rise in home prices, reports CNBC. Nordstrom looks like one of the department store chains that will survive the pandemic, according to MarketWatch. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
A franchise operator is retrofitting an existing location in Texas that could serve as a potential prototype for future brand designs.
The results from AIA's fourth Quarter Home Design Trends Survey show growing popularity of multi-generational housing accommodations.
There are areas of the country that are seeing the emergence of new hubs for biolab facilities.
The New York Legislature passed one of the most comprehensive anti-eviction laws in U.S. this week, reports The New York Times. With the start of vaccine distribution, businesses and office building owners turn more optimistic about a real return to the office in late spring and summer of 2021, according to the Wall Street Journal. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index climbed 7.95 percent from October of last year.
In just the past few months, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. said it was leaving for Houston. Oracle Corp. said it would decamp for Austin.