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Savills' Jim Wenk (LinkedIn, iStock, Illustration by Kevin Cifuentes for The Real Deal)
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Office space up for sublease back on the rise

The office sublease surge showed signs of abating late last year as companies juggled hybrid work plans and signed...

Office space up for sublease back on the rise
1333 South Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas and Tecovas CEO Paul Hedrick (Google Maps, Twitter)
National

These boots are made for lending

A Texas cowboy-boot maker is betting its stores will walk all over US retail. Austin-based company Tecovas raised $56 million to expand its brand, the Austin American-Statesman reported. Much of that expansion will involve...

These boots are made for lending
122 Fifth Avenue in NYC and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (Google Maps, Getty)
New York

Microsoft snags 150K sf for Manhattan offices

Microsoft is the latest tech giant to snap up space in Manhattan’s office market, leasing half of Bromley Companies’...

Microsoft snags 150K sf for Manhattan offices
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National

Moral hazard: Landlords face new scrutiny about tenant mix

As the biggest landlord on the Las Vegas strip, Vici Properties guzzles up extraordinary amounts of electricity to power...

Moral hazard: Landlords face new scrutiny about tenant mix
The boom is largely fueled by investors snagging a large number of single properties in a multitude of deals, rather than previous booms featuring plentiful portfolio sales, or sales of entire companies. (iStock)
National

CRE has biggest-ever sales quarter

Investors purchased $193 billion in commercial real estate during the third quarter, marking a reported record that surpassed pre-pandemic spending by 19%. Apartment buildings, life-science labs, and industrial spaces to support the e-commerce boom...

CRE has biggest-ever sales quarter
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