In our annual special report, we look at how fresh capital from investors, developers are giving new life to once-troubled properties. We also take a look at the retail rebound and why hotels are hot again.
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With the Fed expected to slow down its bond buying and the potential for inflation on the horizon, commercial real estate dealmakers are re-evaluating their long-term value projections.
South Florida developers may have to get creative in the future, as the already strong local industrial market gets an additional boost from the spring 2015 completion of the $5.25 billion Panama Canal expansion.
Vacancy rates are shrinking while rental rates creep up in Class B and C centers.
The morale of South Florida office brokers, landlords and tenants is slowly improving, but that is not translating into significant occupancy gains for the region's core markets. Uncertainty about the federal government and global economy continues to give tenants pause.
The Daily Business Review's Top Dealmakers of the Year emerged from a field of more than 150 nominations in a dozen categories: Land, Leasing, Industrial, Retail, Office, Multifamily, Hotel, Distressed Real Estate, Corporate, Corporate International, Corporate Finance and Public Finance.