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October 8, 2019

Will Gwinnett Place Mall Finally Be Sold? Stranger Things Have Happened

Hanover Co. Partner Adam Harbin on the tale of two Buckheads: Village vs. Lenox Square at the Future Of Buckhead Oct. 24

The owners of Gwinnett Place Mall are preparing to put the ailing shopping center up for sale.

Will Gwinnett Place Mall Finally Be Sold? Stranger Things Have Happened

Moonbeam Capital Investments has tapped Colliers International Atlanta to market its piece of the 1.2M SF mall, which includes the main commercial portion and dozens of acres of parking, Bisnow has learned.This comes months after Moonbeam Chief Operating Officer Shawl Pryor told 

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Top CRE Execs Answer 3 Important Questions On The Future Of WeWork

It took eight and a half years for WeWork to climb to the top of the commercial real estate world, dominating the world's biggest office markets and raking in billions in investment. It took less than two months for it all to come crashing down.

Much has been written about WeWork and now-former CEO Adam Neumann's meteoric rise and precipitous fall. And while WeWork has some very public, very persuasive critics, those who it really needs to convince of its durability are future investors and the industry it spent years disrupting. That's who Bisnow wanted to hear from, so that's who we asked.

Top CRE Execs Answer 3 Important Questions On The Future Of WeWork

In an online poll of more than 500 Bisnow readers, 54% said they expect WeWork to file for bankruptcy. Fifty-nine percent of respondents believe it will be much harder, but not impossible, for WeWork to sign leases, while 12% agreed with the statement, "No one will want to lease to…

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Kimpton To Flag Portman's Buckhead Hotel

Kimpton To Flag Portman's Buckhead Hotel  

Portman Holdings has lured Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to open its second Atlanta hotel. The San Francisco boutique hotel operator is expected to run the storied developer's planned hotel in the Buckhead Village area. Portman, known…

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Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Pebb Capital Co-Founder And Managing Principal Todd Rosenberg

 

This series profiles men and women in commercial real estate who have profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our cities, businesses and lifestyles.  

As a member of a prominent South Florida real estate family, Pebb Capital co-founder and Managing Principal Todd Rosenberg credits his approach to business to a close-knit upbringing surrounded by industry leaders. He has leaned on that experience, and his talents as an entrepreneur, to make Pebb Capital a force in real estate investment since its founding in 2014

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The Student Housing Amenity Race Is Over. Affordability Is The New King

When it comes to student housing, developers are going back to the basics to meet the demands of a new generation of students: Generation Z. 

The days of college students wanting to stay at luxurious student housing properties with a lazy river, climbing gyms, virtual reality studios and other over-the-top amenities are over, experts said last week at Bisnow’s SoCal Student Housing and Higher Education Summit in Los Angeles. 

“The amenity war is over and nobody won,” Michaels Student Living Senior Vice President Ned Williams said. “You’re not seeing that anymore.” 

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Best Practices: Preparing For A Recession

The Best Practices series asks CRE leaders around the country about how to best execute a single aspect of their business. 

With the latest U.S. economic expansion now a little long in the tooth, talk turns to the prospect of a recession — sooner or later, mild or devastating.

It is all very well to talk about a recession in the abstract, but what steps can a commercial real estate company take to prepare for the impact of a recession, which can include less demand for space or downward pressure on CRE valuations?

We asked real estate pros around the U.S. what a company like theirs can do to prepare for a possible recession.

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