Colorado's Oakwood Homes is purchasing Henry Walker Homes in a deal valued at over $75 million. The deal is a sign that home builders are deciding the best way to expand into a new market is to buy your way in.
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News that advertising company CBS Outdoor has received a green light from the IRS to convert into a real-estate investment trust is a positive sign for other companies awaiting similar rulings.
When Enrique Nieto arrived in Palma eight months ago, there was one communal water tap and no paved roads. Now he is about to open the village's first hotel. The reason: natural gas.
In the early 1990s, an inflow of Russian money boosted tourism and drove up real-estate prices in the German spa town of Baden-Baden. Now locals are worried about Russian funds drying up.
A roundup of commercial real estate transactions from across the tri-state region.
Overbuilding by Chinese real-estate developers has left many of the country's smaller cities with a glut of apartments for sale, driving down prices and posing an economic threat.
Preservationists have long staked a claim to rescuing architecturally important train stations and government buildings. Many now are shifting their focus to saving vestiges of America's industrial past.
Shares of Nicholas Schorsch's latest real-estate investment trust closed trading at $10.75 a share, rising close to 3.8% in the last hour of trading. Before Tuesday, the shares were valued at $10 each.
Google made a limited number of its Google Glass products available to the general public for the first time, and Starwood Hotels & Resorts wants in.
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. is renovating its high-wattage building in Times Square as it leverages its growing New York City presence to attract more corporate clients and recruit more high-tech talent.
Google has played a major role in New York's evolution into a technology center and now wants to expand further in the city, launching a search for enough space to hold more than 3,000 employees.
The Church Missions House, on land donated by financier J. Pierpont Morgan, is on track to revert to for-profit ownership: The six-story, 36,749-square-foot jewel is being put up for sale on Monday.
The owners of 1,700 below-market apartments in New York City have struck a deal with their lenders and the state attorney general's office to rescue the portfolio from foreclosure.
Cushman & Wakefield Inc. has quietly scored what appears to be a big victory in a mighty battle among real estate services companies: the Citigroup account.
A roundup of commercial real estate transactions in Greater New York.
The dilapidated Hotel Carter has attracted offers of as much as $170 million from developers and investors since it was put up for sale late last year. A winner may be selected as early as this week.
Companies that own health-care facilities such as clinics and nursing homes were spurned last year by investors. This year, though, health-care real-estate investment trusts once again are feeling the love.
Investors in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac appear to be building a more sophisticated lobbying apparatus in Washington weeks ahead of a key Senate vote on a bill that would replace the companies.
A new breed of lender is playing a more important role in Europe, as the rebound in the commercial-real-estate market begins to expand from traditional areas of strength, like London and Frankfurt, to other markets.
New York real-estate mogul Gary Barnett is cashing in on four Manhattan office properties that he took control of in January.
Investors are looking for a way to participate in Dubai's latest real-estate boom. But the big question now: Will history repeat itself, sending the market into another nose dive?
For years, Chinese property has been a sure bet for savvy investors looking to ride the country's economic surge. Now, some of the best-known names in Chinese investing are cutting back, at least for the present.
Developers are moving forward with plans for unusually tall apartment buildings in this low-slung city in response to demand for housing that is greatly exceeding supply.
People with relatively minor health problems—say, the flu or a deep cut—aren't the only ones getting relief from growing walk-in urgent-care companies such as CityMD and PM Pediatrics.