The slumping economy could be upending Brookfield Property Partners’ strategy of buying and repurposing faltering malls.
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The planned resort is centered around the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. It is slated to include a football-themed water park, hotels, retail space, a research building and, ultimately, apartments.
The pandemic’s effect on work patterns and city economies is weighing on the value of urban office buildings after a strong recovery from the 2008 financial crisis.
Smaller and private hotel owners are raising money however they can. Some are in talks with lenders and some are selling properties at discounted valuations.
The co-working company is trying to revive its business with larger, more-traditional corporate clients that might want more flexibility in leasing space as long as the pandemic persists. .
André Balazs plans to turn L.A.’s historic Chateau Marmont hotel into a private club—and he may do the same with other well-known properties.
Cities are trying to reduce carbon emissions at office buildings. That goal is now colliding with efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Swelling coronavirus cases in some popular states for tourism are spoiling any near-term recovery hopes for hoteliers.
Rents in China’s big cities have been falling in recent weeks, a sign of economic uncertainty in China’s otherwise gravity-defying residential property market.
American sports teams are doubling down on ambitious real-estate projects, despite the pandemic that has shut down most live entertainment from coast to coast.
Landlords leasing to biotechnology, pharmaceutical and other life-sciences businesses are faring well during the pandemic in contrast to other commercial property owners.
With Covid-19 keeping millions of consumers out of malls and shopping centers, much of the news about Triple Five Group has been grim. Even so, some retail experts say that it’s too early to count out the landlord.
After being stuck indoors for months, Brits have taken a look around their homes and decided they need something different—a garden or space for an office.
Juno, a real-estate startup, hopes to make the building of apartments more efficient by using mass-production techniques such as those employed in automotive and electronics manufacturing.
Shopping center owners pinned some of their hopes on the expansion of gyms as retail real estate swooned in the five years leading up to the pandemic. But consumer enthusiasm for working out near others has weakened.
The reopening of admissions at senior housing communities owned by companies like Ventas Inc. is failing to end the downward slide in occupancy rates, the latest sign that the hard-hit industry faces a long slog to recovery.
Rents for prime offices could fall 12% to 20% this year in the world’s priciest market, showing the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and U.S.-China tensions.
Developer Aby Rosen is creating the Seagram Playground, a 35,000 square-foot enclosed area underneath the building’s plaza that currently serves as a parking garage.
With few buildings for sale during the coronavirus pandemic, some buyers are scurrying to acquire shares in public real-estate companies and bonds.
The biggest shopping-center owner in the U.S. is teaming up with Brookfield Property Partners in exploring a bid for J.C. Penney. It would be Simon’s third tenant acquisition in four years.