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Most Read News In September

Catch up on the most viewed news coverage commercial real estate professionals have been reading in the month of September.


Bisnow corresponded with 15 owners of small and family-owned office assets to discuss how they transformed their offices to become more attractive amid a tumultuous office market.

While some UK office workers are going back to working in-person, there won’t be a substantial increase of people going back to the office.

Capital Markets

Two REITs — Presidio Property Trust and Artis Real Estate Investment Trust — which have seen losses in the previous quarter are looking toward strategic review processes.

With limited lending options on the decline due to increased interest rates, CRE borrowers are exploring “dequity” as a solution.

Data Centers

Amazon is looking to put $11B toward building large data center campuses in Louisa County, Virginia.


Due to climate disasters, the housing sector is facing challenges with obtaining insurance as well as rising premiums.

Senior Housing

Senior living facilities are not getting the attention that developers anticipated they would. The sector is facing a hazy future, as $2B of retirement debt is reaching maturity in 2023, with $3.5B set to mature by the end of the subsequent year.

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Most Read CRE News In February

Construction Developer Who Amassed $10B Condo Portfolio Indicted In Multimillion-Dollar Fraud Scheme New York developer Nir Meir was arrested in Miami and later indicted in connection to alleged fraud

Top Read CRE News In January

Retail Jan. 18, 2024: Ozempic Could Be The Next Big Curveball For Commercial Real Estate Changes in consumer spending habits due to drugs like Ozempic might affect the tenant mix in retail development


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