ArchitectureWeek - Culture Department
HOME   |   DESIGN   |   PEOPLE & PLACES   |   CONTEXT   |   CULTURE   |   TECHNOLOGY   |   PRODUCTS
IN THIS ISSUE
 Contents/RSS
Design
Civic Purposeful
Design
Staying Put in Style - When to Add On
Environment
Brooklyn Brownstone Passive House
People & Places
People & Places Blog

 

 
AND MORE
  Current Contents
  People & Places
  Blog Center
  Book Center
  Download Center
  New Products
  Products Guide
  Classic Home
  Calendar
  Competitions
  Conferences
  Events & Exhibits
  Architecture Forum
  Architects Directory
  Topics Library
  Complete Archive
  Web Directory
  About ArchWeek
  Search
  Subscribe & Contribute
  Free Newsletters
   

 
QUIZ

ArchitectureWeek Blog Center
live stories around the architectural blogosphere...

View by Most Recent   Favorites (most likes)   Most Viewed  

 
0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-22 12:01:49
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has come out with the 36th edition of its Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, which is based on surveys and interviews of hundreds of real estate professionals. Here are a few highlights:


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-22 12:01:49
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has come out with the 36th edition of its Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, which is based on surveys and interviews of hundreds of real estate professionals. Here are a few highlights:


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-22 12:01:49
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has come out with the 36th edition of its Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, which is based on surveys and interviews of hundreds of real estate professionals. Here are a few highlights of the report, which was co-published by the Urban Land Institute:


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:51
Jonathan Litt is the closest thing the REIT world has to an activist investor. Since co-founding Land and Buildings in 2008, the former Citigroup analyst has pushed for a number of management and strategic changes at real estate investment trusts, including apartment landlord BRE Properties Inc. and Associated Estates Realty Corp. Now he has Pennsylvania REIT, a mall-REIT based in Philadelphia, …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:51
Jonathan Litt is the closest thing the REIT world has to an activist investor. Since co-founding Land and Buildings in 2008, the former Citigroup analyst has pushed for a number of management and strategic changes at real estate investment trusts, including apartment landlord BRE Properties Inc. and Associated Estates Realty Corp. Now he has Pennsylvania REIT, a mall-REIT based in Philadelphia, …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:51
Jonathan Litt is the closest thing the REIT world has to an activist investor. Since co-founding Land and Buildings in 2008, the former Citigroup analyst has pushed for a number of management and strategic changes at real estate investment trusts, including apartment landlord BRE Properties Inc. and Associated Estates Realty Corp. Now he has Pennsylvania REIT, a mall-REIT based in Philadelphia, …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:51
Jonathan Litt is the closest thing the REIT world has to an activist investor. Since co-founding Land and Buildings in 2008, the former Citigroup analyst has pushed for a number of management and strategic changes at real estate investment trusts, including apartment landlord BRE Properties Inc. and Associated Estates Realty Corp. Now he has Pennsylvania REIT, a mall-REIT based in Philadelphia, …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:29
Green Street Advisors has a message for investors concerned that the Ebola outbreak could hamper the rebound of the hotel sector: take a breath. ?There is a small probability the Ebola outbreak hits lodging fundamentals,? said a new report by the real estate stock research firm on the hotel sector. ?The most likely scenario is that Ebola concerns fade without much impact.? …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:29
Green Street Advisors has a message for investors concerned that the Ebola outbreak could hamper the rebound of the hotel sector: take a breath. ?There is a small probability the Ebola outbreak hits lodging fundamentals,? said a new report by the real estate stock research firm on the hotel sector. ?The most likely scenario is that Ebola concerns fade without much impact.? …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:29
Green Street Advisors has a message for investors concerned that the Ebola outbreak could hamper the rebound of the hotel sector: take a breath. ?There is a small probability the Ebola outbreak hits lodging fundamentals,? said a new report by the real estate stock research firm on the hotel sector. ?The most likely scenario is that Ebola concerns fade without much impact.? …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-21 12:30:29
Green Street Advisors has a message for investors concerned that the Ebola outbreak could hamper the rebound of the hotel sector: take a breath. ?There is a small probability the Ebola outbreak hits lodging fundamentals,? said a new report by the real estate stock research firm on the hotel sector. ?The most likely scenario is that Ebola concerns fade without much impact.? …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-20 23:20:15
Developer Forest City Ratner is marketing its majority interest in the Brooklyn arena that is home to the NBA?s Brooklyn Nets, seeking a buyer for some or all of its 55% stake in the building, according to people familiar with the matter.


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-20 23:20:15
Developer Forest City Ratner is marketing its majority interest in the Brooklyn arena that is home to the NBA?s Brooklyn Nets, seeking a buyer for some or all of its 55% stake in the building, according to people familiar with the matter.


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-20 23:20:15
Developer Forest City Ratner is marketing its majority interest in the Brooklyn arena that is home to the NBA?s Brooklyn Nets, seeking a buyer for some or all of its 55% stake in the building, according to people familiar with the matter.


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-20 23:20:15
Developer Forest City Ratner is marketing its majority interest in the Brooklyn arena that is home to the NBA?s Brooklyn Nets, seeking a buyer for some or all of its 55% stake in the building, according to people familiar with the matter.


1
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-17 15:06:00
Here?s some good news about Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the sprawling Manhattan housing complexes that became a symbol of the downturn when they ran into financial problems in 2010. The debt servicer on the properties has increased their appraised value by $100 million, according to Trepp LLC, a firm that tracks the commercial real estate bond market.  The complexes, that …


1
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-17 15:06:00
Here?s some good news about Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the sprawling Manhattan housing complexes that became a symbol of the downturn when they ran into financial problems in 2010. The debt servicer on the properties has increased their appraised value by $100 million, according to Trepp LLC, a firm that tracks the commercial real estate bond market.  The complexes, that …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-17 15:06:00
Here?s some good news about Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the sprawling Manhattan housing complexes that became a symbol of the downturn when they ran into financial problems in 2010. The debt servicer on the properties has increased their appraised value by $100 million, according to Trepp LLC, a firm that tracks the commercial real estate bond market.  The complexes, that …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-17 15:06:00
Here?s some good news about Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the sprawling Manhattan housing complexes that became a symbol of the downturn when they ran into financial problems in 2010. The debt servicer on the properties has increased their appraised value by $100 million, according to Trepp LLC, a firm that tracks the commercial real estate bond market.  The complexes, that …


0
  • Currently 0.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2014-10-17 15:06:00
Here?s some good news about Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the sprawling Manhattan housing complexes that became a symbol of the downturn when they ran into financial problems in 2010. The debt servicer on the properties has increased their appraised value by $100 million, according to Trepp LLC, a firm that tracks the commercial real estate bond market.  The complexes, that …


Next Page
NEXT WEEK Send this to a friend   Media Kit   Contributing   Privacy   Comments
Special thanks to our sustaining subscribers, including Building Design UK, Building Design News UK, and Building Design Tenders UK.

ARCHWEEK   |   GREAT BUILDINGS   |   ARCHIPLANET   |   DISCUSSION   |   BOOKS   |   FREE 3D   |   SEARCH
http://www.ArchWeek.com/blogs/
© 2000-2010 Artifice, Inc. - All Rights Reserved