SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE MANAGE EMAIL PREFERENCES
Bisnow - (Almost) Never Boring
August 14, 2019

Healthcare Exec: 'Everybody Is Shooting For The Moon' On Assisted Living Rents

North Miami Beach microbrewery district will reinvigorate the neighborhood: Hear more from City Of North Beach CRA and Descarga Brewing at The Future Of North Miami Beach, Aventura & Sunny Isles Sept. 12

In land-constrained South Florida, developers of every stripe are scrambling for affordable sites as property values and construction costs soar.

Healthcare Exec: 'Everybody Is Shooting For The Moon' On Assisted Living Rents

Budgets can be especially tricky in the assisted living space, where meals and healthcare factor into the rents residents pay, panelists said at Bisnow's South Florida Healthcare Real Estate event last week. But developers are aiming high nonetheless. With baby boomers — the wealthiest generation ever — moving into their retirement years,…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  
 
Perforation

Top Stories on Bisnow.com

The Baltimore Orioles Might Be For Sale. Are They A Flight Risk To Nashville? The Baltimore Orioles Might Be For Sale. Are They A Flight Risk To Nashville?
Anbang Finds Potential Buyer For $5.5B Hotel Portfolio Anbang Finds Potential Buyer For $5.5B Hotel Portfolio
Millennials Care Most About Green Features In Their Apartments — Some Are Willing Pay More For Them Millennials Care Most About Green Features In Their Apartments — Some Are Willing Pay More For Them
More Than 50 Ideas, Policies, Proposals, Suggestions And Radical Notions To Fight The Affordable Housing Crisis More Than 50 Ideas, Policies, Proposals, Suggestions And Radical Notions To Fight The Affordable Housing Crisis
Perforation

$40M Opportunity Zone Deal Could Remake Delray Beach

An ambitious plan to build offices, retail, apartments and a parking garage in the Old School Square Historic District of Delray Beach, Florida, has been in the works since 2014, but delayed by battles with preservationists and infighting among the project's partners.

But last week, Pebb Capital announced it is moving forward with the $40M purchase of the project, which in 2018 found itself in a Qualified Opportunity Zone.

$40M Opportunity Zone Deal Could Remake Delray Beach

The 7-acre parcel takes up two blocks along the small Palm Beach County city's main drags Swinton and Atlantic Avenues and includes the boutique Sundy House hotel.Delray Beach-based developer Hudson Holdings bought the land for $22M and envisioned a mixed-use project that would transform the Atlantic Avenue corridor. The plan…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  
 
Perforation

WeWork Files IPO Prospectus, Bringing Huge Revenue, Big Losses To Light

 

The We Company is one big step closer to going public.

The umbrella company of coworking giant WeWork filed its prospectus for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday morning. 

Read the full story here.

Perforation

In Case You Missed It...

Protests ‘Just A Glitch,' Puerto Rico Becoming ‘Hawaii Of The East,’  Promoters Say Protests ‘Just A Glitch,' Puerto Rico Becoming ‘Hawaii Of The East,’ Promoters Say
Miami Beach, Airbnb Settle Federal Lawsuit Miami Beach, Airbnb Settle Federal Lawsuit
Zillow Research Director: It's 'Tragic' That We're Building In Flood-Prone Zones Zillow Research Director: It's 'Tragic' That We're Building In Flood-Prone Zones
How Do You Build A Guitar-Shaped Hotel? Ask Jessica Chen How Do You Build A Guitar-Shaped Hotel? Ask Jessica Chen
 
Perforation

With Whole Foods Coming, Adjacent Fort Lauderdale Property Changes Hands

With Whole Foods Coming, Adjacent Fort Lauderdale Property Changes Hands  

Illuminating the hot market for real estate in Fort Lauderdale, a nondescript former medical building at 1801 South Andrews Ave. has sold for $5.3M. The buyer's entity, 1801 Associates LLC, is linked to local commercial real estate investor Austin Forman. Public records show that the sellers were William and Joanna Bratt, individually…

Read Full Story

  Share:  
Perforation

Industrial’s Q2 Cool-Off Seen As Sign Of Sector Stabilization, Not Downturn

An uptick in vacancies and several quarters of negative absorption isn’t enough to concern investors that industrial, one of real estate’s hottest asset classes, is facing a downturn. 

Read the full story here.

 
 
 
       
 
You are receiving this email because you are either a member of the Bisnow community, have attended a Bisnow event, because you have a legitimate interest in real estate news and events because of your profession, or because of your business associations, memberships or partnerships.
 
This email was sent to: newsletter.archives@bisnow.com
 
   
 
123 William St, Suite 1505, New York NY 10038
Newsletter Approval Code: 31339