Weekend Reading - Commercial Real Estate
Written by Brent Carnduff | September 20, 2019
Happy last Friday of the summer! This weekend's edition includes the rise in Net Lease Office Acquisitions, the Retail-to-Industrial movement, how the Yale endowment grew to $29.4 Billion using "the Yale model," a look at the Flex Office market, and the SEC's chief's hopes to make private equity accessible to the masses. Enjoy!
Does the Spike in Net Lease Office Acquisitions Signal Waning Confidence in Economy? by Patricia Kirk on National Real Estate Investor
Investment in net lease office real estate more than doubled in the second quarter of this year, going up by 65.7 percent compared to the second quarter of 2018 to $8.2 billion.
(R)etail-to-industrial redevelopment might be a trend on the rise, as demand for last-mile industrial space becomes more acute. Empty big-boxes and dead malls can, under the right circumstances, be redeveloped or razed for new industrial development.
The head of the SEC says more needs to be done to make it easier for companies to go public and that his office is taking a “fresh look” at allowing Main Street investors access to the private capital markets.
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