Tag Archive for REITs

Nicholas Schorsch Casts a Wide Net

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Last year, I named REIT superstar Nicholas Schorsch our Mensch of the Week. Schorsch is the CEO of American Realty Capital Properties (NASDAQ: ARCP) and head of a variety of affiliated real estate investment companies. 2013 was a huge year for Mr. Schorsch,…

Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

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Week in Review for January 11-17: Comcast to Build Second, Taller Philadelphia Skyscraper: The internet and cable company announces plans to partner with Liberty Property Trust (NYSE: LRY) to build its new Comcast Innovation and Technology Center, an 1,121-ft all-glass…

Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

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Week in Review for December 28 – January 3 CoStar Group lists its favorite 14 predictions for the commercial real estate sector in 2014. Based on feedback from a variety of experts representing Deloitte, Ernst and Young, Cornell University, CBRE…

Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

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Week in Review for December 7-13: Blackstone-controlled Hilton Worldwide Holdings (NYSE:HLT), the world’s largest hotel group, completes its highly anticipated IPO. Hilton raises $2.35 billion, reports ABCNews, which makes this public offering the largest of its kind. As the CRE…

Garbage REIT

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The Pixar movie Wall-E (if you have kids, you know what I’m talking about) takes place in a hypothetical future in which humans have been forced to live in outer space because Earth has been overcome by their trash. There’s…

Commercial Real Estate Videos of the Week

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Speaking to REIT.com, Jeff Friedman of Associated Estates Realty Corp (NYSE: AEC) discusses conditions in the multifamily sector and his company’s ongoing expansion strategy. The REIT recently began to increase its presence in West Coast markets. – After a bit…

The Llenrock Poll

Based on the results of our latest poll, it seems our readers aren’t especially worried about a rise in interest rates. Maybe this is simply a sign of economic recovery. See our previous polls here.