Tag Archives: Commercial property

CBRE-Albany reports strong Capital Region warehouse demand and lowest vacancy rates since recession. 

From the Business Review: Slightly more than 1 million square feet of industrial space was filled in the first half of 2015 in the Albany, New York, area, dropping the vacancy rate to the lowest level since before the last recession, … Continue reading

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Goodbye Austin, Hello Albany

The Business Review reports that International Sematech will be moving their headquarters and more than 100 jobs to Albany in January. International Sematech’s headquarters and all operations will move in January 2011 to the the University at Albany’s College of … Continue reading

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U.S. Commercial Real Estate Suffers Worst Fall on Record

From DSNews.com: Commercial real estate in the United States has suffered its worst annual capital return on record, according to Investment Property Databank (IPD), whose data stretches back to 1978. The global real estate analysis firm, headquartered in London, reported … Continue reading

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U.S. CRE Falls to Lowest in 7 Years

Image by jeffwilcox via Flickr Bloomberg.com reports: Dec. 21 Bloomberg — Commercial property values in the U.S. declined in October to the lowest level in more than seven years as unemployment reduced demand for apartments, offices and retail space. The … Continue reading

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Korpacz Survey Projects 2012 U.S. Comm Market Recovery

According to an Appraisal Institute newsletter, the latest PricewaterhouseCoopers Korpacz Real Estate Investors Survey anticipates further deterioration in the U.S. commercial real estate market through the remainder of 2009 and into 2010 before recovering in 2012. The biggest problem is … Continue reading

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