Mensch Noun, informal. A decent, upright, mature and responsible person. Schlemiel Noun, slang. An awkward, clumsy, or unlucky person whose endeavors tend to fail; a loser. Mensch of the Week: Richard Stockton, New CEO of Ashford Hospitality Prime Richard Stockton has hit…
The Llenrock Blog is excited to announce our first Guest Post from our friends at The Code Solution! The following post was originally published on The Daily Solution. For years the City of Inglewood has gotten a bad rap…
Talking university development, public-private partnerships, easing tensions associated with gentrification with David Yeager, President and Founder of Radnor Property Group, at the Philadelphia Real Estate Council spring meeting. Part I: Part II:
Executive Interview: Roland Pott, President Trenton Makes, Inc. Roland Pott is a real estate and entertainment entrepreneur based in Trenton, New Jersey. He began his career in the real estate business as a founding member of Trenton Makes, Inc., helping…
Following up on Wednesday’s Top 10 of Markets for New Retail Product, here’s a ranking of major retail markets according to their current recorded inventory. As before, this list is based on data from CoStar Group and Colliers’ 2013 Retail Outlook (click for the PDF). Here are the 10 Largest Retail Real Estate Markets in the U.S.:
10. Boston, MA (Reported inventory: 87,564,315 SF)
9. Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL (87,575,353)
8. New Jersey – Northern (92,198,983)
7. Phoenix, AZ (104,240,834)
6. Houston, TX (140,973,923)
If you answered yes to those two questions, keep reading after the jump. The Cornell Real Estate Review, the nation’s first student edited and student managed real estate academic journal, is currently calling for articles for Volume 9 (2011). Submissions are due March 31, 2011.
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CNBC's Diana Olick has the update on commercial real estate prices. GlobeSt.com Discusses Industrial Real Estate Development In Philadelphia with Tony Hayden from MIM-Hayden Real Estate Funds
Ra, the ancient Egyptian Sun God, would certainly frown on this moment in Egyptian history….that is if his rays could penetrate the Cairo smog. Due to a combination of congestion, crowding and pollution, the Egyptian government has decided to accommodate is burgeoning population by building two entirely new cities in the desert suburbs, from scratch.
A “desert island” is one that is uninhabited by humans. Usually this is because it hasn’t been discovered yet, the terrain is too tough to develop, or it is simply is too far away from a mainland to realistically support an economy. But what happens when islands that are created nearby a mainland for the sole purpose of development and occupancy by humans goes indefinitely uninhabited? Perhaps those qualify as ‘deserted desert islands’. And if you want the scenic view of the economic crisis, deserted desert islands might be the place to start. While Florida might provide you with some (oily) sand, vacant shoreline buildings, and some stalled beachfront developments, it is nothing compared to the picture above. That picture is of “The World,” a cluster of man-made islands off the coast of Dubai.