Commercial Real Estate News for Wednesday, July 12

Good afternoon investors! In today’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at the public transportation preparations for rising sea levels, an analysis of the Amazon-Whole Foods deal, an overview of the Pacific Coast Builder’s Conference, and much more.

American Coasts Are Preparing Public Transportation For Rising Sea Levels

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers predicts Atlantic and Gulf Coast sea levels will rise by a minimum of 7.5 feet by 2100. That is quite a leap that could result in massive property damage should owners not take the necessary precautions and prepare.

The Amazon-Whole Foods Deal and Its Impact on Owners and Lenders

When CrediFi mapped the locations of Amazon and Whole Foods properties, along with Amazon Prime Now locations, we found a lot of overlap.

12 Takeaways From the Pacific Coast Builders Conference 2017

Here are some takeaways from the event, which focused on the multifamily and housing sectors.

GTA Realtors® Report Q2 Commercial Market Statistics

Toronto Real Estate Board President, Tim Syrianos announced commercial leasing and sale statistics reported through TREB’s MLS® System during the second quarter of 2017.

How to Attract Young Professionals

We need to actively place property management at the forefront of rewarding career options and dispel the preconceived notion that it is somehow a less-than-sexy arm of the real estate industry.

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