Special Reports

Sellers Keep High Expectations With Office Transaction Volume in Decline

By Mary Welch |

Leasing volume is slower and decision cycles are getting longer as the South Florida office market declines from its 2015 peak.

Multifamily Drew Notable Buyers, Prices Even With Widespread Construction

By Carla Vianna |

The sector is a preferred asset class for investors looking to deploy capital in South Florida. But with so much inventory coming online, lenders are beginning to pull back.

The Palms at Town & Country, 8268 Mills Drive.

Retailers Refocusing on What It Takes to Attract Foot Traffic

By Carla Vianna |

Investors and landlords are closely monitoring e-commerce while moving to reinvent the traditional retail experience.

110 Tower at 10 SE Sixth St., Fort Lauderdale.

Rules for Investing in NNN Deals: The Mysteries and Risks

By Commentary by Stephen Nostrand |

Commercial real estate veteran Stephen Nostrand explains the rules investors should follow for NNN leases.

Tony Cho, president and founder of Metro 1

Retail and Industrial Guide 2016: Retail Resurgence and Industrial Reshaping

By Review staff |

As South Florida's retail sector experiences a resurgence, new warehouse design is reshaping demand for industrial space in Miami-Dade County.

Corporate Counsel: Real Estate

Corporate Counsel wanted to find out what happened to the billions of dollars in mortgage relief promised to consumers in settlements between the government and misbehaving banks. Today is the first of four installments about our search and what we found. The full story will appear in the May issue of Corporate Counsel magazine.

Valerie Tatum, senior research analyst, Cushman Wakefield

New Office Construction Lags With Developers Focused Elsewhere

By Samantha Joseph |

For South Florida tenants on the hunt for new office space, don't expect developers to deliver new space.