National February 2023 Issue


A look at real estate’s nepo babies

Everyone loves a dynasty. But few fields are as dominated by hereditary empires as real estate. If the business is built on relationships, as industry players like to say, why not tap into your folks’?  For those on the inside, inheriting or working for family business is a source of pride, a step toward creating a legacy. Outsiders, though, have invented a new term.  “Nepo babies” — a short and… [more]

From California to New York, YIMBYism is going mainstream
National

From California to New York, YIMBYism is going mainstream

A red and white “PARK YOUR FLEET” sign at a defunct Harlem gas station airs the frustration of a developer...

From California to New York, YIMBYism is going mainstream
Meet the developer giving California NIMBYs nightmares
Los Angeles

Meet the developer giving California NIMBYs nightmares

Even from a half mile away, the property was arresting. It was a sunny November morning in Redondo Beach,...

Meet the developer giving California NIMBYs nightmares
A scavenger hunt for distress in South Florida
Miami

A scavenger hunt for distress in South Florida

Ben Mandell is stalking South Florida’s commercial real estate market, looking to swoop in on a distressed asset as...

A scavenger hunt for distress in South Florida
The Closing: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid
Miami

The Closing: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid

Take your pick of events that draw Miami’s most influential players, and, chances are, somewhere in the mix will be Alicia Cervera Lamadrid. When Ken Griffin riffed onstage with Miami Mayor Francis Suarez about...

The Closing: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid

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