Vertical farms “can take the spaces that are hard to rent,” explains real estate developer Brian Friedman.
There's more foot traffic than in December, but that doesn't always translate into more spending at Xiamen's Bashi.
Those waiting on an asylum request often can't move forward with a job, housing or education.
One thing seems likely, says Lisa Knee of EisnerAmper: real estate is going to need new, creative investors to stay on track.
Office building vacancies remain elevated, especially in coastal cities. Lenders worry about developers’ ability to pay back their debt.
A Deloitte survey finds consumer preferences for things like ordering online and self-checkout aren't going anywhere.
Census data shows fewer people are moving out of coastal urban centers, but Sun Belt states remain popular.
Chinese officials have lifted the harshest restrictions of the zero-COVID policy, but consumers are still cautious amid surging infections.
The pandemic shone a light on urgent care's role in the health system. Private equity has taken notice.