Investors are pouring money into buying and developing health-care-related properties, a class of commercial real estate that has been outperforming almost all others since the recession.
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Crowded bus stations aren’t commonly known for appealing retail environments, but two New York City real-estate firms are aiming for just that at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
New York City has awarded $13.2 million in recovery funds to Madelaine Chocolate Co., one of the largest employers in the city hit by superstorm Sandy.
Rent-regulation laws are due to expire in June—along with tax abatements sought by the real-estate industry—and it is far from clear what role Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will play in this year’s face-off in Albany.
Billionaire Julian Robertson is renowned as a pioneer in the hedge-fund industry, but less know is the role that a New Zealand real-estate investment has played in his career and that of one of his sons.
The McKittrick Hotel, the home of the immersive theater piece ‘Sleep No More’ on West 27th Street, has reimagined its rooftop garden as a winter lodge.
Cash-strapped Chinese property developer Kaisa Group Holdings is exploring ways to raise funds from foreign investors and is in talks with other Chinese developers to sell assets.
New survey shows Generation Y prefers to live in single-family homes outside the urban center, even if they currently reside in the city.
Under pressure from regulators and investors to clean up their balance sheets, European banks have unloaded loans at a record pace. The huge debt portfolios have mostly been snapped up by private-equity firms.
A federal judge denied a request by the restaurants, night clubs and other tenants of Atlantic City, N.J.’s Revel Casino Hotel to temporarily halt the sale of the boardwalk property to a Florida developer.
A burst of groundbreakings for single-family homes last month offered hope a key segment of the housing market is revving up after years of malaise.
Foreign investors are increasingly getting in on the ground floor of development projects they hope will become the next Rockefeller Center or Chrysler Building.
Net-zero homes that generate more electricity in a year than they use are going mainstream, if the home-building industry has anything to do with it.
Marriott International is preparing in the U.S. to launch its 18th brand: Moxy, a lifestyle hotel with 183-square-foot standard rooms–compared with the industry’s typical 250 to 300.
Spain’s construction sector is expected to make a comeback in 2015 after seven comatose years, largely because of improved housing markets in Madrid and Barcelona. Other areas of the country remain weak.
The developer of a $750 million Boston project that includes a Four Seasons hotel and luxury condo is using the same playbook as the group building New York City’s tallest residential skyscraper, and more.
There may not be a waterfront, but the glittering high rises piercing the sky in downtown Brooklyn give all the appearances of New York City’s next gold coast.
City Hall is targeting Long Island City for a possible rezoning that would promote the construction around Queens Plaza of more high-rise apartment buildings, including ones with lower rents.
With the purchase of the Revel hotel, Glenn Straub wants to revitalize of Atlantic City, the seaside New Jersey town that has lost thousands of jobs and seen shrinking tax revenues as its casinos have failed.
With Virgin Hotels’ first property opening this week in Chicago, billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson thinks he has found an edge: women.
Europe’s commercial-property markets turned in a strong performance in 2014, but one group of investors mostly missed the boat: those who bet on so-called cash-box or blank-check companies.
A hunt for yield and a gradually improving property market are bolstering a key engine of U.S. commercial property lending, helping borrowers to refinance but also reigniting fears the market is getting overheated.
The new owners of One Chase Manhattan Plaza are renaming it 28 Liberty, one of their first steps in repositioning the landmark tower.
Bed Bath & Beyond has signed a lease to take more than 100,000 square feet at Liberty View Industrial Plaza, a technology and industrial complex in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood.
A roundup of commercial property news from across the tri-state region.
Not far from the Brandenburg Gate, near where the Berlin Wall once stood, builders are putting the finishing touches on a one-million-square-foot shopping mall.
With capital flowing into European real estate at levels not seen since before the crash, some investors are taking a fresh look at rental apartments, a sector that has yet to gain traction on most of the Continent.
U.S. investors in European commercial real estate celebrated the sector’s best year since 2008, with sales volume, real-estate stocks and property values all up solidly for 2014.
KKR, which launched a new real-estate business in 2011, has hired a team of debt experts from Rialto Capital Management with plans to start making real-estate debt investments for the first time since forming its property group.
The Obama administration plans to reduce mortgage costs for hundreds of thousands of borrowers in a move likely to draw the ire of Republican lawmakers.
The cost to rent an apartment jumped in 2014 for the fifth consecutive year as strong demand and short supply left vacancies at historically low levels.
The price of a Manhattan apartment soared to near record levels in the last quarter of 2014, highlighting the increasingly separate apartment markets for the city’s superrich and just about everyone else.
The Property Report: Apple, Microsoft, Tesla and other high-tech companies are drawing customers to U.S. shopping malls, helping to drive their bottom lines.
A Chinese real-estate firm known for its big investments at home is casting its net much farther afield, becoming one of the most aggressive property buyers in California.
Home builders are ramping up their construction of speculative homes—those built without a buyer lined up in advance—in anticipation that the recent pickup in sales will carry through to the spring home-buying season.