February 9, 2018

Elevated Pricing, Shaky Fundamentals Have Some Investors Shying Away From D.C.

D.C.'s investment sales market started off hot in 2018, but amid an environment with falling multifamily rents and tepid office leasing, some investors think deals are being overpriced and are shying away from buying in the District. 

Crowdfunding platform Fundrise in August 2016 had announced plans to invest $200M annually in D.C. multifamily properties, as part of a JV with Insight Property Group, but Fundrise CEO Ben Miller said he has since become less bullish on D.C. "The market has…

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Law Firm Baker Botts Leases 103K SF At Meridian's Anthem Row

The Meridian Group has landed an anchor office tenant for the $142M Anthem Row renovation it is working on in D.C.'s East End.  Law firm Baker Botts signed on to move its D.C. office from 1299 Pennsylvania Ave. NW to a…

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Monumental Sports To Launch $40M Renovation Of Capital One Arena

Six months after changing the name of D.C.'s major basketball and hockey stadium to Capital One Arena, its owner has unveiled plans to update the venue's interior.  Monumental Sports & Entertainment Thursday announced it would privately fund a $40M renovation that will transform the concourses, concession stands,…

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BlackRock Raising $10B To Launch Warren Buffett-Inspired Venture

BlackRock is taking a note from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. with its newest endeavor.

The world's largest fund manager — which has more than $23B in assets under management — will reportedly be raising an estimated $10B to launch a venture, BlackRock Long-Term Private Capital, that will employ the investment strategies of Berkshire Hathaway by…

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Companies Are Paying Up To A 47% Premium To Occupy Space On These 10 Streets

Companies along America's most expensive streets are paying top dollar for their offices.

From employers on Sand Hill Road in Silicon Valley to companies with addresses along Fifth Avenue in New York City, these deep-pocketed businesses are paying up to a 47% premium for office space on the 10 most expensive office streets in the country.

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Tech Giants Like Facebook, Google Are Building Homes To Assuage Housing Concerns. Will Amazon Do The Same?

Residents across the country are grappling with a lack of housing stock and spikes in costs of living spurred by high-paying tech giants like Amazon and Facebook dominating their markets. 

To help assuage concerns regarding a lack of affordable and workforce housing, major tech players like Facebook, Google and LinkedIn are venturing into real estate to provide their talent with an affordable place to live.

As Seattle continues to watch its housing market surge with the Amazon effect, questions abound about what may happen to the housing market in its future HQ2 location and what steps — if any — Amazon may take to accommodate its 50,000 new employees.

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