Airport retail outlets have been a rare success story in the slumping bricks-and-mortar world. Now, duty-free and other airport shops are under siege from the coronavirus.
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San Francisco will put to vote next Tuesday a punitive new approach to ending the blight of empty storefronts.
A real-estate-focused venture-capital firm said it has closed a $100 million fund to invest in companies born online and looking to join the brick-and-mortar world.
China’s home-price growth slowed to an 18-month low in January, but it looks set to fall a lot further as Beijing’s long-running attempts to rein in the property market meet with effects from the coronavirus outbreak.
More New York City hotel owners are defaulting on their mortgages, succumbing to a crush of new supply and expenses.
Cell-tower owners have been among the fastest-growing companies in the real-estate investment trust sector, as consumers use more data through mobile phones and tablets than ever before.
More developers are building waterborne structures, which can alleviate housing shortages in major cities at a time when land is scarce and restrictive zoning makes it hard to build up.
CoStar Group Inc. has agreed to buy RentPath Inc. for $588 million, as the real-estate data giant pushes deeper into the fast-growing business of online rentals.
Investors are waiting to withdraw about $7 billion from the Swiss bank’s Trumbull Property Fund following an extended tun of underperformance.
Analysts are split about whether Simon Property’s bid to rescue the fast-fashion retailer will succeed, but even skeptics say the mall giant may have little choice but to try to salvage one of its most important tenants.
REI is blurring the boundaries between office and nature as the retailer builds a new headquarters in a Seattle suburb. Once it opens in the summer, workers will be able to walk from one room to the next through outdoor staircases and bridges.
After WeWork’s ill-fated attempt to go public last year, some prominent investors are courting other fast-growing real-estate firms with an alternative path to the stock market.
A number of big real-estate companies are trying something that New York’s rent reform bill was thought to make futile: They are buying rent-regulated apartment buildings.
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Foreign investors were net sellers of U.S. commercial real estate last year for the first time since 2012, posing a fresh setback for a market that is already showing signs of strain.
The Super Bowl is still nearly a week away, but hotel owners around the host city of Miami are already scoring big with room rates expected to hit a record for the big game.
A group of Texas businessmen that launched a $1 billion plan to redevelop the Plano, Texas, headquarters of J.C. Penney Co. say they have been tripped up by the reluctance of lenders to get involved with a project that depends heavily on the health of the struggling retailer.
Real-estate startups are retreating from a growth-at-all-costs model, casting aside an approach that has worked for many internet companies but has sputtered in the concrete world of office buildings and lodging properties.
Investors are continuing to pay top prices for apartment buildings in many parts of the country, despite growing political support for rent control measures that could make this business riskier.
The amount of money raised by real-estate private-equity funds fell in the latest quarter, one sign that investors are struggling to find high-yielding deals after years of soaring prices.