Good Works

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The slowdown for industrial is a painful shift back to the norm

Cushman & Wakefield recently reported that about 45 million square feet of U.S. industrial space had been absorbed in the second quarter of 2023. That number was down a whopping 64% from second-quarter 2022 and down 37% from the first quarter of this year. After seemingly endless growth to feed an unquenchable economic hunger for […]

International Investments: South Korea

South Korean investors have typically been one of the major foreign-capital sources into U.S. commercial real estate, but they’ve appeared to have a change of heart in the past year. During the 12 months ending in second-quarter 2023, the aggregate dollar volume of their deals ($549 million) fell by 92%, according to MSCI Real Assets. […]

When will the party end for the hospitality sector?

It’s the same old song and dance: Pent-up demand from people wanting to travel in the post-pandemic era will be a boon for the hospitality industry and hotel owners for years to come. And while that’s certainly been the case thus far in terms of revenue per available room (RevPAR) — a function of a […]