Don't see images? Click Here SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE MANAGE EMAIL PREFERENCES
Bisnow - (Almost) Never Boring
October 11, 2021

For Better Representation In CRE, Latinos Have To Make Their Own Way

As the CEO of a company that has completed multibillion-dollar transformational redevelopment projects, Roberto Perez doesn’t dwell on how rare it is for a Latino to be where he is. Instead, he chooses to focus on what he can do from his position.

For Better Representation In CRE, Latinos Have To Make Their Own Way

“I like to lead by example, and I come from a humble background in the sense that I don’t come from the real estate world,” said Perez, who runs Chicago-based HRP, a subsidiary of Hilco Global formerly known as Hilco Redevelopment Partners.…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  
 
Perforation

Top Stories on Bisnow.com

More Chinese Developers Nearing Bond Defaults As Evergrande Contagion Spreads More Chinese Developers Nearing Bond Defaults As Evergrande Contagion Spreads
Construction Costs Now Projected To Keep Rising Through Next Year, Worsen For Nonresidential Projects Construction Costs Now Projected To Keep Rising Through Next Year, Worsen For Nonresidential Projects
A $40B Wall Of Hard-To-Refi Retail CMBS Coming Due A $40B Wall Of Hard-To-Refi Retail CMBS Coming Due
'Oof': Economists React To September Jobs Report On Twitter 'Oof': Economists React To September Jobs Report On Twitter
Perforation

Trump's D.C. Hotel Lost Over $70M During His Term, House Panel Finds

Trump's D.C. Hotel Lost Over $70M During His Term, House Panel Finds

More details are coming to light about the way Donald Trump ran his business during his four years in the White House, and the latest revelation concerns his prominent hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, blocks from his old address.In a letter Friday morning,…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  

 
Perforation

WeWork Done Cutting Locations, Projects $1.5B Loss In 2021

WeWork has been systematically culling its portfolio for the better part of a year, exiting and adjusting leases around the world, but the company said that process is now mostly finished.

WeWork Done Cutting Locations, Projects $1.5B Loss In 2021

The flexible office firm reported growing revenue for the third quarter and renewed losses as part of a financial performance update ahead of becoming a public company later this month. Since the start of 2020, WeWork has exited 150 leases and undertaken 350 lease amendments, it reported, as it tries…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  

 
Perforation

In Case You Missed It...

Family Of MidCity Chairman Sues, Claiming $1.4M In Fraudulent Bonuses, Inappropriate Relationship Family Of MidCity Chairman Sues, Claiming $1.4M In Fraudulent Bonuses, Inappropriate Relationship
No Place Like Home: To Draw Workers Back, Designers Making Offices Look More Like Living Rooms No Place Like Home: To Draw Workers Back, Designers Making Offices Look More Like Living Rooms
Blackstone Leads $350M Financing For Comstock's Reston Office Buildings Blackstone Leads $350M Financing For Comstock's Reston Office Buildings
D.C. Office Market's Recovery Faltered In Q3 As Delta Variant Slowed Activity D.C. Office Market's Recovery Faltered In Q3 As Delta Variant Slowed Activity
Skanska Signs Law Firm To 164K SF Pre-Lease To Kick Off Downtown D.C. Project Skanska Signs Law Firm To 164K SF Pre-Lease To Kick Off Downtown D.C. Project
 
Perforation

Activist Investor Pushes For Healthcare Trust Of America To Sell Itself

Elliott Investment Management has sent an open letter to Healthcare Trust of America urging the REIT to put itself on the market, arguing that HTA has underperformed and that the cost of capital makes it noncompetitive.

Activist Investor Pushes For Healthcare Trust Of America To Sell Itself

Scottsdale, Arizona-based HTA specializes in medical office buildings, owning about 25.3M SF of MOBs as of the end of Q2 2021. During the third quarter of this year, it has acquired an additional four medical office properties totaling 469K SF, including two buildings in Houston,…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  

 
Perforation

The War For Top CRE Talent Is Heating Up. Here Are 4 Tips To Help Employers Win

PRESENTED BY:   Bisnow
 
The War For Top CRE Talent Is Heating Up. Here Are 4 Tips To Help Employers Win  

Despite the ongoing pandemic, the commercial real estate industry is on an upward trajectory. There are approximately 3.5 million CRE employees nationally, a 2.9% increase over last year. As the industry continues to ramp up, now is the time for CRE employers to assess their processes for hiring and retaining…

Read Full Story

  Share:  
 
 
 
       
 
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: 52142