Development Magazine Spring 2015


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Reaching Out to Minority Investors 

A Cincinnati-based developer enables a diverse group of community residents to invest in and benefit from a commercial real estate project.

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The Urban/Suburban Office Cap Rate Spread 

How technology companies and the changing role of technology are affecting the cap rate spread between urban and suburban office properties.

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Financing Transit-oriented Mixed-use Development 

Developers now have a range of options from which to choose when financing projects at or near transit stops.

From the Archives: Finance Articles from the Previous Issue

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Private Equity Bountiful for CRE 

With an abundance of dry powder to deploy, confidence in improving real estate fundamentals and a wider net being cast in search of investment opportunities, private equity real estate fund managers may be closing in on a banner year and looking ahead to a more active 2015.

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EB 5 Development and Target Employment Areas 

Developers have established target employment zones in downtown Manhattan and other major real estate markets, responding to the interest of EB-5 investors looking for safe markets in which to invest.