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Hines CEO talks coronavirus, Opportunity Zones and WeWork

Hines CEO talks coronavirus, Opportunity Zones and WeWork

Coronavirus and its impact on the real estate industry were top of mind at the University of Miami’s Real...

Hines CEO talks coronavirus, Opportunity Zones and WeWork
WeWork co-CEOs Sebastian Gunningham and Artie Minson (Credit: Getty Images, iStock, Twitter)

WeWork lease-signing sinks to five-year low in New York

WeWork appears to be pulling back in two major markets after a chaotic close to the year. The number...

WeWork lease-signing sinks to five-year low in New York
A moment from Wednesday's rally (Credit: SEIU 32BJ)

32BJ SEIU could strike if labor agreement isn’t reached in two weeks

If office landlords and union cleaners don’t reach an agreement on their wages and benefits by the end of...

32BJ SEIU could strike if labor agreement isn’t reached in two weeks
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Chicago is the nation’s hottest medical office market

Someone call a broker! Chicago has significantly outpaced other major U.S. cities for net absorption and deliveries of medical...

Chicago is the nation’s hottest medical office market
Clockwise from left: 135 S. Lasalle, 115 S. Lasalle, 400 S. Lasalle (Credit: Google Maps)

Chicago office landlords must solve a 2M sf problem before it’s
too late

Office landlords in the Central Loop are worried. About 2 million square feet of space is projected to become...

Chicago office landlords must solve a 2M sf problem before it’s
too late
In the third quarter of 2019, nine sales totaling $587 million closed in the central business district (Credit: iStock)

Chicago’s ice-cold office market is finally heating up. But don’t get too excited

The year’s two biggest office tower sales have been announced in recent weeks, but Chicago investment sales brokers don’t...

Chicago’s ice-cold office market is finally heating up. But don’t get too excited
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services is cutting workstation sizes from 6 feet by 8 or 10 feet to 6 feet by 6 feet (Credit: iStock)

Do you work for the city? Then your cubicle is about to get smaller.

Interior architects may want to give the Department of Citywide Administrative Services a call: the city is reducing the...

Do you work for the city? Then your cubicle is about to get smaller.
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Milan’s rising rent, office space shortage sparks investing spree

Investor demand for prime office space in Milan has surged amid a shortage of Class A buildings in the...

Milan’s rising rent, office space shortage sparks investing spree
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Office rents in U.S. are going up — barely

Office rents across the U.S. are ticking up. The average asking rent in May for office buildings over 50,000...

Office rents in U.S. are going up — barely
London’s office market has proven to be surprisingly resilient (Credit: iStock)

Brexit is no longer slowing down London office developers

Developers are starting to bet big on London again despite Brexit. London’s office market has proven to be surprisingly...

Brexit is no longer slowing down London office developers
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