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Workspace Property Trust Files for IPO to Raise $100 Million

A year after acquiring a nearly $1 billion portfolio of suburban office properties, Horsham, PA-based Workspace Property Trust on Monday filed to raise up to $100 million through an initial public offering. Workspace Property, which first filed...

Keppel, KBS Forming New REIT to Acquire $800 Million U.S. Office Portfolio

Singapore-based Keppel Corp. has received approval to launch a new REIT on the Singapore Exchange and has reached a deal for that REIT to acquire 11 U.S. office properties from Newport Beach, CA-based KBS Strategic Opportunity REIT, a nontraded...

Office Lease Up (October 16) Dropbox Signs Largest Office Lease in San Francisco History

Dropbox has signed a lease for 100% of the office space in Kilroy Realty Corp.’s The Exchange on 16th project in a deal that represents the largest single office lease ever signed in San Francisco. The file hosting service and leading...

CXP Puts Dry Powder to Work with +$1 Billion in Office Purchases

After a quiet first half of 2017, Columbia Property Trust, Inc. (NYSE: CXP) has fired off more than $1 billion in acquisitions since the July 4 holiday including a flurry of deals for buildings in New York City and Washington, D.C. totaling...

Faster Growth of Amazon Fashion Could Rock Retail Real Estate

Lost in the coverage of Amazon’s very public search for a second, multi-billion dollar national headquarters, was the barely-noticed lease the company signed in New York City last month. Yet that lease could signal billions of dollars...

Kroger Considering Sale of 784 C-Stores in 18 States

Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) is exploring options for its $4 billion convenience store business, including a potential sale, as the supermarket company tries to fend off the threat to its brick-and-mortar grocery business from Amazon.com and other...

Kroger Weighs Sale of 784 C-Stores in 18 States

Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) is exploring options for its $4 billion convenience store business, including a potential sale, as the supermarket company tries to fend off the threat to its brick-and-mortar grocery business from Amazon.com and other...

Sears Canada Going Out of Business

Sears Canada Inc. will be applying to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for approval to liquidate all of its remaining stores and assets. The court is expected to hear the motion later this week. Pending approval of the court, it is expected...

Investors Pour into Small Markets, Drive Price Momentum

Commercial real estate investors priced out of major U.S. markets have expanded their scope to secondary and tertiary markets to find properties yielding more generous returns, a trend typical of late-inning property cycles. But the robust...

Investors Pouring into Smaller Markets in Search of Higher Yields, Driving Price Momentum

Commercial real estate investors priced out of major U.S. markets have expanded their scope to secondary and tertiary markets to find properties yielding more generous returns, a trend typical of late-inning property cycles. But the robust...