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The storied real-estate mogul’s more conventional focus on mainstream deals is the latest sign that the pandemic hasn’t produced the distressed opportunities many investors expected.
If landlords can’t raise rents enough, inflation makes them poorer.
While shoppers like to browse online, during the pandemic many said they rediscovered the joy of making purchases in stores after being cooped up for weeks.
Multifamily developers indicate they are experiencing the same sticker shock that is hitting home builders.
Manhattan’s commercial property market is showing new signs of a rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Real-estate executive played key role in Blackstone’s debt strategy during pandemic.
Hotels say they are struggling to hire enough housekeepers, kitchen staff and other hourly workers ahead of an anticipated upswing in leisure travel.
A startup owned by Mr. Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway aims to shake up the construction industry by making it more like car manufacturing.
More than a year into the pandemic, high-rise office buildings are largely empty. Yet by most measures, the U.S. commercial real-estate market is in remarkably solid shape.
Home prices rose in nearly every corner of the country in the first quarter, showing little sign of fading soon with limited housing inventory and robust buyer demand.
The New York City hotel market still faces serious challenges from Covid-19, but dozens of properties are on track to open this year or early next year.
Property investors view any limits on their favorable tax treatment as a new threat to a business already upended by the pandemic.
The upscale South Florida dining scene is similar to that in New York City, well-heeled and multigenerational, but with more tropical attire and electronic dance music.
Hotels in Hawaii are starting to recover as domestic travelers make their way to the islands as a result of vaccination progress and an easing of travel restrictions.
Mall owners are finding charter schools make good tenants in many of the spaces left empty by departing big-box retailers.
Economic impacts of the pandemic, social unrest and U.S.-China tensions are putting downward pressure on prices. “It’s survival of the fittest.”
A number of luxury or boutique U.S. hotel operators are planning to open new U.K. properties this summer, betting that a mix of cultural tourists from abroad and stir-crazy locals eager to travel again will fill their rooms.
Vaccinated shoppers are heading back to the mall, offering hope that the worst of the pandemic downturn is over for this beleaguered industry.
Americans are paying more to rent homes again, ending a stretch during the pandemic when they enjoyed flat or falling rental prices and widespread landlord concessions.