July 2017 • HawkinsCRE

Downtown Miami’s 20 Most Architecturally Significant Buildings: An Interactive Map to Accompany Dr. Paul George’s List

Jul 31, 2017 - History - 0 Comments - Standard

This interactive Google map was created to accompany the list and descriptions posted by HistoryMiami Museum’s Resident Historian Dr. Paul S. George in the Miami Heritage Month website: “Downtown Miami is Southeast Florida’s most historic neighborhood. At the edge of its southern sector stands the north bank of the Miami River, which, in the course of several […]

Video: Green Street Advisors CEO Craig Leupold Bullish on REITs, Real Estate

Jul 30, 2017 - Trends - 0 Comments - Standard

“We continue to be very bullish on the outlook for the REIT sector,” says Craig Leupold, CEO of Green Street Advisors. Most institutional investors are under-allocated to REITs. Craig draws parallels between REITs and commercial real estate and shares how investors can benefit from understanding the intersection of the public and private markets in terms […]

Reis Chief Economist and VP of Research Victor Calanog Provides Q2 2017 Apartment Sector Trends Update

Jul 29, 2017 - Multifamily Property - 0 Comments - Standard

In this video update, Reis Chief Economist and VP of Research Victor Calanog provides an assessment of second quarter 2017 apartment sector (multifamily properties) trends. Highlights include: 4.4% vacancy rate is up 10 basis points from the prior quarter, the third consecutive quarterly increase YTD 80,000 to 90,000 units have opened their doors, with 100,000 […]

Miami Commercial Real Estate News July 28, 2017: 92-Story Building Approved for Downtown Miami; More…

Jul 28, 2017 - Top Stories - 0 Comments - Standard

92-Story Downtown Tower Approved for Miami’s Skyline A sleek glass tower packed with amenities and mixed uses is ready to make a lasting impression on Miami’s skyline. In doing so, One Bayfront Plaza would capture the prize as the tallest building in Florida, 1,049 feet. The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommended approval July 19 of […]

Jim Costello, Real Capital Analytics SVP, Discusses Commercial Property Lender Sentiment

Jul 19, 2017 - Trends - 0 Comments - Standard

Jim Costello, Senior Vice President with Real Capital Analytics, appears on The Commercial Real Estate Show to discuss how commercial real estate lenders are feeling in the today’s economic environment. Highlights of this video include: Lenders are currently stuck in same world as equity investors, questioning whether to loan at inflated values as compared to […]

Miami Commercial Real Estate News July 19, 2017: Downtown FedEx Trades; Terra Going Spec on Grove Office Building; More…

Jul 19, 2017 - Top Stories - 0 Comments - Standard

Downtown Miami FedEx Facility Trades, Could Be Redeveloped A New York investor has invested in the last-mile facility for a major package delivery company in a property with future redevelopment potential. Lalezarian Properties purchased 200 South Miami Avenue, a six-story, 110K SF facility in Downtown Miami that acts as a last-mile warehouse and retail packaging […]

ICSC’s Stephanie Ceglieski Discusses Amazon Whole Foods Deal’s Impact on Retail Property Market

Jul 06, 2017 - Retail Properties - 0 Comments - Standard

This post originally included a video. That video was deleted by its publisher. In the video, Stephanie Ceglieski with ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) joined The Commercial Real Estate Show Michael to discuss the potential impact Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods might have on the retail market. Highlights included: Purchase caught everyone off-guard Both […]

Miami Commercial Real Estate News July 5, 2017: Moishe Mana Nearly Done Assembling for Massive Development; More…

Jul 05, 2017 - Top Stories - 0 Comments - Standard

Miami board approves 393-apartment 2000 Biscayne Miami’s Urban Development Review Board gave a thumbs up to 2000 Biscayne, a 36-story apartment building developed by Verzasca Group. Comprised of 393 units ranging in size from studios to three-bedrooms, the 200,000-square-foot project still requires approval from the city’s Planning and Zoning Department. Dorsky + Yue International Architecture is the […]