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SoCal Q3 2018 Office Market Report: OC Sales Shoot Up by 130%, LA Holds Steady

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Executive summary: Los Angeles Office Sales Hover Around the $1.2B Mark Average Price per Square Foot Rests at $311, After 60% Growth Compared to Q2 Los Angeles Market Set to...

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Office Building of the Week – Wilshire Grand Center

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  The Wilshire Grand Center has become a prominent feature of the Downtown LA skyline, but many people aren’t aware of its record-breaking height and noteworthy...

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10 Famous US Architects Who Have Made A Difference

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What makes one building different from the next? After all, they’re all made of the same basic elements – brick, stone, cement, metal, and glass. Innovative architects...

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2018 Office Check-In: Top US Markets for Development, Largest Projects of the Year

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We’re almost halfway through H2 2018, and it’s high time to check up on construction activity, as well as the state of the U.S. office pipeline when compared to previous...

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The Rise of the American Skyscraper—Current Building Boom Falls Short of the Prolific 1980s

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Executive Summary The historic cultural importance of the skyscraper, and this article’s methodology; Mapping the skyscraper construction timeline from NYC, Chicago and...

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The 40 Most Sustainably Powered US Cities, Ranked

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Nearly four decades after President Carter adventurously installed solar panels on the White House, America’s energy transition away from fossil fuels has seen only modest...

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Chinese Investors Retreat from the US, Become Net Sellers for the First Time Since 2008

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Chinese investors, once so eager to purchase trophy real estate assets in the U.S., are now starting to unload some of it in order to comply with Beijing regulations and pay their...

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California Q2 2018 Office Sales: San Francisco Sales Finally Bounce Back

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Executive summary: Q2 overview: 85% of Q2 dollar volume amassed in L.A., San Francisco, Bay Area sales; Top Q2 deals: Blackstone unloads $1B worth of L.A. and Bay Area office...

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Study: What to Do with All the Vacant Land in Major US CBDs?

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Ultimately, a city’s fate depends on the type of vacant land it has at its disposal, the strength of the local economy, and the policies the city enacts. A comprehensive...

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