February 1, 2018

Multifamily Developers Weigh Benefits
Of Tech Against Cost

IOTAS CEO and founder Scé Pike is toying with the idea of adding a dumbwaiter to a multifamily development to make it easier in the future for drones to drop off packages to tenants.

As technology continues to advance, multifamily developers and tech providers are adjusting and preparing buildings to pull in a new generation of tenants. 

When CGI Strategies' 60-unit KODO property in Koreatown opens in the next 30 days or so, tenants will receive a tablet in their unit that would allow them to control the temperature, open the front door to allow someone in or…

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Watts Receives $35M For Affordable Housing And Environmental Projects

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, joined by city officials and residents, gathered Thursday at Markham Middle School in Watts to celebrate the city receiving a $35M cap-and-trade grant from the state's Transformative Climate Communities program. The California Strategic Growth Council's TCC grant…

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California Office Sales Down, But State Boasts Healthy Pipeline Of New Office

Office investment was down in 2017 despite ongoing interest from investors in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Despite a slowdown, the office pipeline was robust with millions of square feet delivered in 2017 and millions more expected for this year. 

Using data from Yardi Matrix, CommericalCafé analyzed several California office markets in Q4. California had 288 major office deals in 2017 totaling about $22B in sales volume across seven major markets. This volume was 17% lower than the $26B in sales…

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DAS And The Demand For Connectivity: CRE Professionals Address A New Normal

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The demand for digital connectivity is higher than ever, and the commercial real estate industry is taking note.  CRE professionals will gather at the Bren Event Center at UC Irvine on Feb. 8 to discuss the future of reliable and…

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Bull Market Remains In Los Angeles And Orange County Commercial Real Estate

With President Donald Trump's new tax reform, a healthy gross domestic product and continued job growth, industry executives remain bullish for the years to come in the Los Angeles and Orange County commercial real estate market, according to the latest…

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Hey, Where Did All The Americans In London Go?

London saw more commercial real estate investment than any other city in the world in 2017, according to JLL. But there is one group of investors finding it increasingly difficult to invest in the U.K. capital.

North American investors, from the U.S. in particular, were a dominant force in London as the market recovered after the credit crunch, with firms like BlackstoneBrookfield and Oxford Properties becoming huge players.

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New Development Spikes Around Super Bowl Host City's Stadium

As Super Bowl weekend fast approaches, the city of Minneapolis is buzzing — and not just in anticipation of an economic windfall as a result of the big game.

Downtown Minneapolis has undergone a major transformation, particularly east downtown near U.S. Bank Stadium — host of the 2018 Super Bowl. The area, once a sea of open parking lots, now boasts a thriving business community with a live-work-play environment that city officials told Bisnow appeals to both young professionals and empty nesters alike.

Anchored by the Minnesota Vikings' U.S. Bank Stadium, Downtown East is also home to Wells Fargo & Co.'s new $300M office towers and a massive 4-acre park called The Commons.

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