Cushman & Wakefield Announces Global  Partnership with Technology Provider MCS Solutions



Cushman & Wakefield has announced a new global agreement with Smart Building Technology provider MCS Solutions, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology firm with over 25 years of industry experience in more than 60 countries.

Sara Gougarty Named Practice Group Lead, Americas, at Cushman & Wakefield



Sara Gougarty has been promoted to lead Cushman & Wakefield’s Practice Group’s in the Americas, the firm announced today. She will be based in New York and report to Todd Schwartz, Chief Operations Officer, Americas.

Cushman & Wakefield Completes Multi-Million Dollar Sales



Cushman & Wakefield has sold two multifamily buildings in New Jersey, located at 1000 West and 522 10th Streets in Union City. The properties were sold as an all-cash transaction with a value of $2,120,000. The buildings are adjacent to each other and between the two provide approximately 16,698 square feet. This equates to 12 […]

Jones Lang LaSalle Boosts Russia – CIS Presence with Millard Appointment



Jones Lang LaSalle has announced a new Head of Advisory Group Russia, Tim Millard (at left) joins the firm with a decade of experience in the region.

Research and Markets Report Shines on Peru Real Estate



Research and Markets announced today their Peru Real Estate Report for Q3 of 2011. According to the news, Business Monitor Internationale’s Peru Real Estate Report is a key forecasting tool for industry professionals worldwide. The Peru Real Estate intelligence, reveals that market as one of the most favorable anywhere in the world.

Ikea and Wal-Mart Buy Chinese Retail Space



Ikea and Wal-Mart are just two of the foreign retailers choosing to buy land in China in a departure from renting. Last year, Wal-Mart, which is the largest retailer in the world, bought land in north-eastern Dalian, and Ikea is to spend $1.2 billion on building 510,000 square meters of malls. Foreign retailers are increasingly […]

HP Deal Signals Big Corporations Back in the Business



Yesterday’s announcement that Hewlett-Packard has agreed a seven year deal to lease a huge 1.4 million Sq. foot distribution center in San Bernardino marks the return of big corporations to the real estate market, industry observors claim. According to Westcore Properties, the computer technology giants plan to begin operations in the Cajon Distribution Center sometime this summer, and it is hoped that more such deals will be back on the agenda soon.

Nashville: Clawing Out of Real Estate Hole



Can investors or even consumers of retail properties depend on the news these days for clarification of the real estate market? In some cases the answer here is a resilient “no!” However, a little research on the part of interested parties can reveal the truth of such matters. In the case of Nashville, Tennessee’s real estate market, it looks like some experts have the inside track there.

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