The 535,000-acre Waggoner ranch will be sold to billionaire Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke in a deal approved by a court Tuesday. The terms weren’t disclosed, but the property had been listed for $725 million.
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WeWork is embarking on a growth spurt, with the help of nearly $1 billion in investment, as it rapidly expands around the world—and beyond mere office space.
Ebrington Barracks in Northern Ireland was a military base for more than 160 years. Plans are moving ahead to transform the property into a hub of hotel space, offices and shops but progress has been slow.
Two well-known managers of private-equity funds are pushing further into debt investments partly in a bid to take advantage of the opportunities created by recent upheaval in the global capital markets.
Bee scientist Noah Wilson-Rich heads Boston’s Best Bees Co., which has installed honeybee hives atop hundreds of commercial properties around the country.
U.S. companies are pulling their headquarters out of suburban campuses and moving to downtown high-rises, giving cities an economic jolt. But figuring out what to do with the offices left behind is a quandary for civic leaders and landlords.
Brixmor Property Group on Monday revealed that top executives had manipulated financial results to show consistent income growth and that its chief executive and other officials have resigned.
At the northern end of the High Line, Tishman Speyer is aiming to extend the park’s wild, natural beauty 65 stories into the air with a $3 billion-plus office tower.
Jamestown LP’s deal to buy a 49% stake in 63 Madison Ave. and 200 Madison Ave. is expected to close within days and is among the first big New York City commercial property deals of 2016.
The builder, whose company worked on some of the most high-profile developments in the country, including the World Trade Center in New York, died Saturday at his home in Bedford, N.Y.
The design studio of fashion innovator Issey Miyake teams with Finnish firm Iittala to produce unique tabletop décor.
The builder of the world’s future tallest tower hopes it will redefine the cityscape in this desert region and project the Saudi kingdom’s ambition to be a global powerhouse.
The world’s biggest commercial property firms are seeking to expand in Saudi Arabia at a time when the kingdom’s economy is going through a rough spell trying to reduce the country’s historical oil dependence.
The slow development of King Abdullah Economic City underscores the challenges to economic development in Saudi Arabia that go beyond the country’s current economic downturn brought on by the plummet in oil prices.
Hundreds of architects and developers rushed to obtain building permits and begin construction in December, before the expiration of a New York City property-tax abatement program known as 421-a.
Citigroup Inc. is doubling down on its commitment to downtown Manhattan, exercising an option to pay $2 billion for the Tribeca buildings it has just established as its global headquarters.
Activist investor Jonathan Litt is launching a campaign to push FelCor Lodging Trust to sell three prime New York City hotels and explore a sale of the entire company.
The real estate tycoon behind the proposal to build a $1 billion casino at the Meadowlands said he plans to pursue the project, despite legislation that would put him at a disadvantage because he doesn’t have an Atlantic City casino license.
After announcing a tentative plan last year to move to 2 World Trade Center, the media companies decided to keep their headquarters in midtown Manhattan until 2025.
New York has become a trillion-dollar city, according to city tax assessors.
After six years of rising apartment rents in U.S. cities, investors from all corners of the real-estate industry are piling into new projects in a bet the boom still has a long way to run.
Property developer Aby Rosen has a reputation for ruffling feathers when competing in rough-and-tumble New York City real-estate circles. But with his latest project in SoHo, he is playing nice this time.
A year into Glenn Rufrano’s plan to turn around Vereit, formerly American Realty Capital Properties, the new CEO has installed outsiders in key positions and sold off $1.4 billion of assets. But its continuing struggles in regaining investor trust underscore the damage from an accounting scandal.
A top federal housing regulator shut the door on mortgage investors who had been using a loophole to access low-cost, government-backed financing.
Sovereign-wealth funds are picking up Italian real estate as the nation’s economy recovers.
Macy’s said it is closing about 40 of its roughly 770 existing stores. Four of the stores were recently closed and the remaining 36 will be shut early this year. See if your local store is on the list.
Real-estate developers in Eugene, Ore., have proposed building an apartment complex. To do it, they want to level the public park that hosts a statue of author Ken Kesey, one of the city’s most famous cultural exports.
Puerto Rico’s government is struggling to pay its bills. But mall owners and retailers are betting that consumers on the island will keep on spending.
Puerto Rico’s Department of Housing is launching a trial program that is going to be using an affordable-housing tool that has been effective in other parts of the U.S. for years.
Real-estate investors are trying to spur a transformation in a storied part of San Juan called Santurce that is scarred by decades of social upheaval and economic woe.
Brookfield Property Partners has bought another major slice of a European capital city, in partnership with a sovereign-wealth fund.
The city’s hottest neighborhood for 2016? Forget Tribeca—it’s strictly for dinosaurs. Bushwick? So last year. No, the new red-hot hood is Jamaica, Queens, the middle-class, largely immigrant community just north of JFK Airport.
The central Brooklyn neighborhood once synonymous with crime attracts home buyers and renters looking to pay less than in nearby areas.
Commercial property development has long been a local sport in the U.S. Now Chinese developers are trying to turn that model around, converting demand from China into Chinese-built condos an ocean away.
After a weak year for real-estate stocks, the industry is hoping that attention from a new set of index-focused investors will send more money flowing its way in 2016.
The world’s largest commercial real estate-services firms cranked their mergers and acquisitions engines into high gear in 2015 and will likely keep their feet on the gas well into the new year.
Chinese regulators are looking into a high-profile takeover battle for China Vanke, a spokesman for the country’s securities regulator said.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. plans to spin off its hotels into a real-estate investment trust, a move that has become popular among casino, restaurant and retail companies looking to slim down and boost their stocks.
Three of the nation’s largest landlords have held discussions with Airbnb about allowing apartment dwellers to market rooms through the company’s global network in exchange for a slice of the revenue.
More developers see no end to the pain in Chinese real estate and are looking to get out. Other developers are branching off into everything from banking to cosmetic surgery to women’s soccer.
Philadelphia has an apartment shortage—and big developers are starting to fill the void. Houston-based property giant Hines is teaming up with a local developer on a 322-apartment tower in the Center City neighborhood.
The LeFrak family and other developers are coming up with new ways to satisfy what seems to be an insatiable demand for downtown waterfront living while complying with new concerns about flooding and other environmental issues.