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Middle-Class Misery: Housing Crisis Hitting Cities, Working Americans Harder Than Ever Before
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Middle-Class Misery: Housing Crisis Hitting Cities, Working Americans Harder Than Ever Before

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Sheppard Mullin’s Pam Westhoff, CohnReznick’s Rony Rodriguez, USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation Gary Painter, Strategic Realty Holdings Eddie Lorin and Kosmont Cos. Larry Kosmont
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Frustrated Developers, Investors Seek Opportunity Zone Guidance

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The Amazon Effect Has Made This City One Of The World’s Hottest Warehouse Markets
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Industrial Rents Continue To Spike Worldwide, With This Canadian City In The Lead

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Fed Up With Vacant Storefronts, Residents Force Cities To Punish Retail Landlords
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Is Forcing Retail Landlords To Fill Vacancies Good For A City?

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This New Multifamily Concept Allows Residents To Adjust Bedroom Count
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This New Multifamily Concept Allows Residents To Adjust Bedroom Count

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Boston
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Tough Mudder Bootcamp Coming To Atlanta With Up To 30 Locations

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Los Angeles 08.29.2018

Los Angeles Office: Workplace of The Future

Russ Allegrette
— Ocean West Capital Partners —
Jordan Mittman
— Selina —
Peter Sellick
— Convene —
Gavel
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Former Chicago JLL Tenant Sues Company Over Union Hiring Practices

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The Silver Tsunami Is Crashing Into Bay Area’s Housing Crisis
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Bay Area’s Next Big Crisis Will Be How To House Its Aging Population

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Airbnb And Niido
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Airbnb And Niido Plan Up To 14 Home-Sharing Apartment Buildings By 2020

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The 13-unit on Elmwood will feature a Tetris-like automated parking system.
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New LA Multifamily Developments Implement Tetris-Style Parking System

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Solving The Multifamily Package Problem: Dallas-Based Fetch Poised To Expand Its Off-Site Model
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Solving The Multifamily Package Problem: Dallas-Based Fetch Poised To Expand Its Off-Site Model

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Rendering of Benning Market, a planned food hall in Deanwood, D.C.
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New Food Hall Concept Planned For Northeast D.C.

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Convene coworking space at the Wells Fargo Building in downtown Los Angeles
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Office Space As A Service: Industry Remaker Or Just A Rising Niche?

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Dulles Airport
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How New Nonstop Flights From Dulles To Tel Aviv, Hong Kong Could Impact D.C. CRE

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4001 Brandywine St. NW
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Coworking And Kids: New Company Inks Deal In D.C. For First Space With More To Come

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Boston, San Francisco Remain The Top U.S. Life Science Clusters
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Boston, San Francisco Remain The Top U.S. Life Science Clusters

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Amazon Reportedly Bids For Theater Chain Landmark Theatres
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Amazon Reportedly Bids For Theater Chain Landmark Theatres

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My First Year As A Commercial Broker: James Nelson, 1998
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My First Year As A Commercial Broker: James Nelson, 1998

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Smoke from the Ferguson Fire, which burned nearly 97,000 acres in the Yosemite Valley region
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Wildfires Burn Through Housing, Hotel Profits In California

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Donald Trump
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Howard Lorber Throwing Real Estate-Riddled Fundraiser For Trump In The Hamptons

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Time To Check Out: Why Hotels Are Branding Condo Developments Using This Flag-Sans-Hotel Model
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Why Luxury Hotels Are Checking In At High-End Multifamily Developments

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infrastructure
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Infrastructure Fail: These States Have The Worst Infrastructure In The Nation

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Tribridge Residential
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As Developers Unleash Thousands Of Apartments, Amenities Become Key Battleground

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RXR Plans To Raise $500M To Go After Opportunity Zone Investments
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RXR Plans To Raise $500M To Go After Opportunity Zone Investments

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Brand Properties
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Skyrocketing Construction Costs Pushing Apartment Developers Into Burbs

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As if Spaces and WeWork were not enough to compete with local concepts, New York-based Industrious is headed to Dallas. The co-working space will lease 23k SF in One Arts Plaza later this summer. 
The co-working space with locations in New York, Boston, Nashville, Denver, Los Angeles and elsewhere will open at Billingsley’s One Arts Plaza in the Arts District. This will be the second Texas for the hospitality-focused workspace, after opening in Austin in last Fall. 
Billingsley had been looking at co-working spaces for years, partner Lucy Billingsley said in a statement. She said Industrious’ brand blended well with One Arts Plaza. The space will have between 70 and 80 private offices with 24 hour per day access. 
Individual memberships run $450 per person and all members will have access to printing, mail services, conference cervices and fiber internet.
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The Evolution Of Coworking: First Offices, Now Restaurants Bars And Retail Centers

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Developers Forced To Wean Themselves Off Chinese EB-5 Funding As Visa Waitlist Balloons
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Developers Forced To Wean Themselves Off Chinese EB-5 Funding As Visa Waitlist Balloons

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Manchester cycle bicycles bikes roads congestion cycle lanes
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End Of The Road: Does Anyone In Manchester Property Care About Cars?

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It May Cost SL Green $100M To Lure Carlyle Group To One Vanderbilt
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It May Cost SL Green $100M To Lure Carlyle Group To One Vanderbilt

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Rendering of the proposed affordable housing development at 1530 First St. SW in Washington, D.C.
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All-Affordable 101-Unit Development Pitched For Buzzard Point

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