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December 21, 2020

Two Maryland Apartment Properties Sell As Investors Pile Into Suburban, Class-B Segment

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Suburban, Class-B apartments were a hot asset class before this year, and they have become even more appealing to investors during the coronavirus pandemic, with two Maryland properties trading hands over the last week. 

Two Maryland Apartment Properties Sell As Investors Pile Into Suburban, Class-B Segment

Transwestern brokered sales of the Montclair Apartment Homes property in Silver Spring and the Regency Pointe apartments in Forestville last week for a combined $139M, Bisnow can first report.Turner Impact Capital sold the 599-unit Regency Pointe…

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The Atlantic Is Moving Its Headquarters To The Wharf

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Media company The Atlantic is moving its headquarters from one of D.C.'s oldest waterfront developments to one of its newest.  The development team behind The Wharf, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, announced Monday it signed The Atlantic to occupy the top two floors of 610 Water St. SW, part of…

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The 16 Deals And Trends That Defined Real Estate In 2020 (That Aren’t The Pandemic Or Election)

Goodbye, 2020, and good riddance. 

Every DecemberBisnow looks back at the stories that shaped the year, including the most eye-popping deals and the trends that drove markets. Last year, we said 2020 could see the decade of growth end and real estate come crashing down, but we ended on optimism for the year ahead. So much for that.

It’s pretty obvious what defined 2020, not just for real estate but for much of the globe: the coronavirus, the resulting economic recession and the U.S. presidential election. We all know that the future of office is in question as everyone works from home, and we’re all too keenly aware that despite dining taking to the streets, the restaurant industry is in serious trouble. But other things did happen this year in real estate, and for this year’s installment of the deals and trends that defined real estate, we decided to focus entirely on that. 

Enjoy your politics and pandemic-free 2020 recap!

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Real Estate Pay In 2020 And Beyond: Salaries Up, Bonuses Down And Don't Try To Hire On The Cheap

This has been a year of shutting down and staying put. But for commercial real estate executives, there’s fear that top talent is poised to make a move.

A wide-ranging analysis of industry salary and compensation trends by CEL & Associates taking into account nearly 400 firms found that, in a year when the industry struggled due to the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic slowdown, there’s a palpable worry that leading employees may look elsewhere, leading to changes in compensation.

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