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Projection Mapping Takes Center Court

Last winter, basketball fans at Oracle Arena, then-home to the Golden State Warriors, were introduced to the PlayStation game God of War. In an elaborate, multimedia promotion, animated content took over the arena’s massive, overhanging score board and

Wellness Movement to Transform Hotels

The concept of wellness in hospitality is quickly evolving to encompass so much more than the average fitness center or traditional spa, and within the next decade, the new definition of wellness will become a central factor in the hotel sector, according to

Vester Square Development Would Create Shopping, Dining, Park Campus in Ferndale

East of downtown Ferndale, a cluster of businesses and parking lots could start to slowly morph into a multifaceted dining and shopping campus. Vester Square — a three-phase redevelopment project estimated to cost $20 million-$25 million— is making its

Publicly-Traded REITs Tap Equity Markets for Cash

REITs are taking advantage of a healthy rise in stock prices this year to issue new stock. According to a second quarter report from consulting firm PwC, REIT capital raising surged 86 percent in the first half of 2019 to $44.4 billion. Second quarter alone

A Shift Is Coming For Food-and-Beverage Real Estate

A significant shift is underway for the US restaurants and grocery industries and the real estate these operators occupy, according to a new CBRE analysis. These changes include a greater push for convenient, prepared foods, a growing millennial influence,

Experiential Travel, Co-Working Will Buoy Hotels This Year

Global hotel transaction volumes totaled nearly $68 billion in 2018. This year, global real estate markets are expected to post slower growth. Hotels will be affected as well, but those properties that focus on fulfilling guests’ needs for high-end

Greenways to Shared Streets: Detroit to Revamp 7 Business Corridors Starting this Spring

Detroit is finalizing plans to revamp seven business corridors across the city this spring as part of a $125 million campaign to breathe life into its neighborhoods. A request for proposals for the projects will be released later this month. Dozens of city

Developers Invest in Mega Amenities to Draw Top-Notch Tenants

ne of the more extravagant amenities ever built is scheduled to open in New York City this spring. Called Vessel, this 150-foot-tall steel structure, with a price tag of at least $150 million, consists of 154 interconnected staircases with nearly 2,500 steps