Month: July 2020

As mall stores have closed during the COVID-19 outbreak, some landlords have found a new, surprising source of revenue—shopping center parking lots. CNBC reported that Brookfield Properties inked a deal with Kilburn Live to turn some of its mall parking lots into drive-in theaters that could host movies and virtual concerts.  With conventional theaters and
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Lease concessions for existing retail tenants have evolved since the onset of the pandemic. Once hopeful landlords offering lease deferrals to retail tenants have now been more flexible in increasing concessions as the pandemic wears on. In some cases this includes conditional rent abatement for tenants and new lease deals. “In my experience, in the
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The iconic Bryant Park Hotel is checking out of its long-time home on West 40th Street, The Post has learned. The entire landmarked building, including popular ground-floor restaurant Koi and underground lounge Celon, is being offered as “boutique” office space by Philips International, the agent for owners Philip Pilevsky, Raymond Gindi and Joseph Chehebar. All
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What do you get when a military barracks in one of London’s most exclusive neighborhoods and a famous sports car designer hop into bed together? Luxury condos, of course! Twelve years in the making, Chelsea Barracks, a former military base in London’s ultra-ritzy Belgravia neighborhood, that’s undergone a $6 billion re-development spanning 13 acres, is
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Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division is buying a stake in a 46-asset last mile industrial portfolio owned by Dalfen Industrial. The portfolio of over 6.3 million square feet caters to e-commerce-oriented tenants and is located in such metro areas as Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, Orlando, Phoenix, Raleigh, Houston, Tampa, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Reno and Jacksonville.
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Office properties will see a host of changes over the coming months and even years as the world adjusts COVID-19.  Joe Brady, CEO of the Americas for The Instant Group, sees the implementation of technology-enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT) accelerating a host of innovations, including UV lighting, safety dividers and sensor-enabled fixtures for
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Amsterdam (right): “Investors are more optimistic, as there is more information in the market and a better understanding of where capital allocations will go and how debt markets are operating.” WASHINGTON, DC—If COVID-19 didn’t halt the plans of commercial real estate investors, it definitely fogged up their view. The latest Investor Sentiment Survey by Colliers
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As the former chairman of NBC Broadcasting, Ted Harbert is used to striking multi-million-dollar deals for big stars. The star this time, however, is a sumptuous downtown loft in Manhattan’s swanky SoHo neighborhood, which has just been listed for $10 million. Harbert, married to former human resources executive Lisa Medrano since 2011, hopes for viewers
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People walk past the U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington D.C., the United States, May 21, 2020. U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Thursday said the COVID-19-induced economic downturn has inflicted acute pain across the country, noting that the burden is not evenly spread. Ting Shen | Xinhua via Getty Images Some borrowers benefit
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Before the pandemic hit, many retail landlords saw gyms as a lifeline.  “A lot of soft goods retailers that were big anchors of shopping centers have closed their doors as they’ve been impacted by E-commerce,” says Nick Banks, principal, managing director and global leader of Avison Young’s retail affinity group. “Pier One is an example.
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Without a doubt the pandemic has upended commercial real estate. What were once solid tenants and asset classes have been thrown into doubt as social distancing has forced people to remain at home. In response, new practices—such as a permanent shift to remote work—once seen as unlikely are now being seriously contemplated by many companies.
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