Orlando’s Population Boom

Orlando is adding 1,000 new residents a week. In fact, the larger seven-county region has been adding that many people a week for the last 60 years. Pause for a second and do the math. People aren’t just looking to visit Orlando’s world class attractions, they’re putting down roots and taking advantage of all the...

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Trade War Brings Uncertainty to U.S. Commercial Real Estate

On Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump announced tariffs on $50 billion dollars in Chinese imports, escalating a trade war between the world’s two largest economies. While this move may prove to have several long-term economic and political benefits, commercial real estate professionals should watch several key factors in the short term, says CCIM Institute Chief...

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Prospective tenants of all types seek landlords at RECon

Expansion-minded retail chains, restaurants and entertainment concepts that exhibit at RECon have always been the event’s lifeblood, and this year was no different. Among the first-time exhibitors this year were Xponential Fitness, a private equity-backed company amassing a portfolio of fitness franchise brands; and Speedway, the largest corporate-owned-and-operated convenience store chain east of the Mississippi....

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Silverstein Seeks New Debt Deal for WTC Complex

Larry Silverstein, the 82-year-old developer who has played a major role in rebuilding the World Trade Center complex, is trying to wrangle better financing from government agencies to restart work on a $2.3 billion office tower on the New York site, according to people familiar with the matter. read more

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