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Public Storage Expands With $528M Portfolio Acquisition

Public Storage has acquired 24 properties with 2.3 million square feet of space from Beyond Self Storage in the first phase of a 36-property portfolio transaction totaling 3.6 million square feet and valued at $528 million. The first phase includes existing

Apartment Investors Mull Opportunities in Distressed Malls

Apartment dealmakers may find an opportunity to build new apartments around the shells of under-performing or empty regional malls. Hundreds of troubled shopping malls may be seized by lenders over the next year, experts say. “In the current market with the

NYC Poised for 2021 COVID Comeback with Major Real Estate Developments

Amid rising COVID cases and looming lockdowns, my fellow New Yorkers should take heart — because we will have a greater city to look forward to once this pandemic’s over. Although the flight from the Big Apple, increasing crime, and possible MTA cuts are

Why Precast Concrete is an Appealing Choice for Student Housing

When it comes to designing and building new student housing, speed is typically of the essence as colleges and universities are eager to get those beds online as quickly as possible. For schools in regions with inclement winter weather, speed takes on

The ‘15-Minute City’ Could Transform Municipal Planning

The “15-minute city” concept, sprung from academia, is gaining influence in many cities. The model aims to create neighborhoods in which almost all residents’ needs can be met within 15 minutes of their homes on foot, by bike, or on public transit.

Mixed Retail-Industrial Uses Present a New Opportunity for Investors

In commercial real estate, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns has led to profound and seismic shifts. To some extent, those shifts reflect an acceleration of trends that were already underway. One of the most noteworthy of those is

How Office Construction Will Change Post-Pandemic

Dive Brief: A new study points to how office design and construction will evolve as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The research from architecture firm Leo A Daly found that in coming months and years, more office tenants will require flexible

Uncertainty Shades a Once-Soaring Multifamily Construction Market

The developer TPA Residential recently selected McShane Construction to build Woodward Crossing, a Class-A, 265-unit apartment complex on 7.8 acres in Buford, Ga. The apartments would be inside two buildings, four and five stories, designed by the