More than 41 million sq. ft. of new supply was delivered in the second quarter, but vacancy nationally remains historically low at 4.3 percent and asking rents rose to $7.50 per sq. ft, according to CBRE’s second quarter industrial report.
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Portland’s construction boom has slowed, but it still feels like there are cranes everywhere. Indeed, there are 60 or so... View Article
The face of campus retail is changing. For decades, universities were known for their dearth of retail beyond a college bookstore. But now, retailers both large and small are seizing the opportunity to expand their operations beyond traditional shopping centers and onto university campuses where they can capture the attention of a niche audience: students.
The apartment asset class is having a numbers problem with deals and development getting harder to pencil in. Still, the... View Article
Quick Fact – November 2018 – Are Apartment rent going to drop, as newly constructed apartments enter the Portland market?
By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley Most residential... View Article
Apartment developers took out fewer building permits in September, stymied by rising interest rates and construction costs. Apartment building... View Article
Industry Spreads Across the Country in Search of Talent. While all eyes have been on Amazon’s astronomical growth and it’s... View Article
Downtown Portland May Lose Four MAX Light Rail Stations TriMet, a mass transit operator in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area,... View Article
Metro believes four suburban Portland cities should be granted urban growth boundary expansions. The regional planning agency’s chief operating officer,... View Article
The Oregon Court of Appeals recently recognized that local jurisdictions cannot use local code to circumvent constitutional protections against the taking... View Article
Challenges of mixing old and new A project proposal for the Historic Alphabet District calls for an update to the... View Article
Continuing good economic news this month- close to 29 thousand new jobs created in the last 12 months in the... View Article
Landlords are backfilling vacant big-box spaces with multiple discount retailers, while Amazon explores growth in brick and mortar to complement... View Article
Goldman Sachs Economist Predicts “there’s a 60% chance that the economic recovery goes on for another 4 years.”
Goldman Sachs economist predicts “there’s a 60% chance that the economic recovery goes on for another 4 years.” This means... View Article
Rent skyrocketed last year as predicted by most experts. However, most analysts are surprised that rents have yet to slow... View Article