National November 2022 Issue


The Closing: Bjarke Ingels

Bjarke Ingels shakes hands and comments on his clammy palms. Perhaps they will be dry after a few encounters with others, he jokes. He brings his hands together and makes a sound that imitates flatulence and grins, though it is not clear whether the two expressions are related. Within half an hour, he will quote Kierkegaard.  This playful but intense energy is reflected in his architecture firm’s office in Dumbo:… [more]

After Ian: South Florida’s construction costs, insurance to rise
Miami

After Ian: South Florida’s construction costs, insurance to rise

Amid South Florida’s development boom, shell construction contractor L & R Structural has had plenty of work. The firm...

After Ian: South Florida’s construction costs, insurance to rise
569 Lexington Avenue (Doubletree Metropolitan, Getty)

Lights out: Why more than 10,000 hotel rooms remain closed

The DoubleTree Metropolitan is a quintessential Manhattan hotel. Not a five-star, white-glove venue or hip party spot, but part...

Lights out: Why more than 10,000 hotel rooms remain closed
Super supers: Ranking NYC’s top property management firms

Super supers: Ranking NYC’s top property management firms

In the four years since The Real Deal last ranked New York’s top property management firms, the industry that...

Super supers: Ranking NYC’s top property management firms
The feeding frenzy for Chicago hotels is just getting started
Chicago

The feeding frenzy for Chicago hotels is just getting started

Vultures are swarming above Chicago, awaiting their chance to scavenge on the city’s struggling hotels. Oxford Capital Group’s 228-key...

The feeding frenzy for Chicago hotels is just getting started
Why real estate shoppers are bagging grocery-anchored plazas
Miami

Why real estate shoppers are bagging grocery-anchored plazas

The checkout line for grocery store-anchored shopping centers in South Florida and the U.S. is crowded. Landlords such as...

Why real estate shoppers are bagging grocery-anchored plazas
Editor’s note: The unlikely YIMBYs
National

Editor’s note: The unlikely YIMBYs

Across the country, NIMBYs are turning into YIMBYs.  A growing number of progressive politicians are taking surprising pro-development stances. The mayors of big cities are actively shilling for projects. And some of the most...

Editor’s note: The unlikely YIMBYs

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