Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. CBRE takes over as top US I-sales brokerage for first time since 2013, How the City Nails Landlords for Their Tenants' Illegal Airbnb Rentals, Trump signs executive order to streamline infrastructure approvals, Trump signs executive order to streamline infrastructure approvals and Retail Comeback, Or Just A Few Bright Spots?
Cliff Mendelson founded Metropolis Capital Advisors in 2009, a time when most lenders were withdrawing from markets and Wall Street powerhouses such as Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns were failing.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Fannie-Freddie Might Need $100 Billion in New Crisis, Cannabis Company Buys CA Town, Rich SF residents get a shock: Someone bought their street, Amazon Presence Continues To Grow With 'Pending Lease' For Rainier Square and How big can Google get? Its aggressive push for elbow room in the Bay Area.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. 2017 Top Industrial Owners, John Pascal of JMB Financial Advisors, SEC to blockchain community: You are now regulated, A Pod Races Through The Hyperloop For The First Time Ever and Banks tightened lending standards for commercial real estate in second quarter.
John Pascal brings extensive experience in real estate acquisitions and operations to his role as vice president of JMB Financial Advisors, a Chicago-based company that provides customized capital solutions, including debt and equity, for institutional and private real estate investors.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Commercial Real Estate Brokers And Appraisers: Technology Will Do 90% Of Your Job In A Decade, Even the Fed has one particular corner of the real estate market on its worry list, Urban Myth Debunked: Texas Suburbs (Not Urban Areas) Lead the Nation in Population Growth, CBRE Reports, CBRE will market and sell Containers on Grand and Tesla?s Model 3 Is Making Electric Vehicles Successful Even Before Its Launch.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Musk has verbal okay to build multi-state underground Hyperloop, Bankers to get break on appraisals for CRE loans, Google Glass 2.0 Is A Startling Second Act, What Happens To Your Property Value When Amazon Buys Your Anchor Tenant and the Wall Of Maturities.
Adam Horowitz has built a successful career by seeking out and solving the most challenging transactions. He founded Lever Capital Partners in 2009 and continues to work on complex structured real estate deals for some of the country's top owners and developers.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. With autonomy, commercial real estate could go mobile, Faraday Future is scrapping its Nevada factory, Hyperloop One says it completed its first test run in May, Apollo's $1.1B Buyout Of This Golf Course Operator Signals A Turnaround For The Struggling Industry and Berkshire Hathaway launches commercial real estate division.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Counselors of Real Estate Report Identifies Top Issues Facing Industry, Can sustainable stadiums be a better deal for cities, Reno entrepreneurs praise low costs, but cite capital and talent challenges, These U.S. States Still Haven't Fully Recovered From Recession and Google shows off Blocks, a 3D modeling tool made for VR.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. What the future of farming looks like, Xceligent Files Antitrust Suit Against CoStar, Alphabet Inks Deal for Avis to Manage Self-Driving Car Fleet, Where billionaires are stockpiling land and How Ford?s New CEO Plans To Beat Tesla, Uber, And Google.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. What Jeff Bezos can learn from John D. Rockefeller, Will Brick And Mortar Retail Ever Be The Same Again, Zuckerberg explains why he just changed Facebook's mission, Where billionaires are stockpiling land and Oversupply Looms.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. 1031 Investment Pipeline, Mixed-Use Urban Communities in Demand, startups thriving beyond Silicon Valley, Capstak Announces New Strategic Partnership and why Apple's New Campus Sucks.
We're listening closely to the market desires for our West 2nd District Project here in Reno. We're observing some interesting trends relating to millennials and retirees. A significant number of new jobs, many of them with technology firms (e.g., Tesla, Panasonic, Apple, Google, Switch, etc.), are being filled by bright, young millennials relocating from California and other states. Most of these transplants are coming from urban settings.
Capstak's strategic partnership with RECA brings over $27 billion in debt and equity financing experience to Capstak Real Estate Services' intelligent referral platform. Capstak Real Estate Services (CRES) utilizes proprietary technology to connect capital seekers with capital sources throughout the United States. Since its founding in 2008, RECA has arranged over $25 billion in debt and $2 billion in equity financing throughout the country.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Walmart takes on Amazon, Selling Stuff Is No Longer the Point of Retail Stores, real estate-backed cryptocurrency, CBRE CEO: 'This Is Unlike Any Cycle I Have Seen In My 33-Year Career' and Cannabis cultivation grows to 4.2 million square feet in Denver area.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Bitcoin Is at Risk of No Longer Being the Biggest Digital Currency, Capital explores alternative real estate, Get Ready for Skyscrapers Made of Wood, New San Francisco law rewards developers for adding affordable housing and Houston Again Tops List of U-Haul Destinations.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Gas stations of tomorrow, Capstak Influencer Adam Horowitz, Malls Are Dead, Long Live Malls, Harvard's building a model for energy efficiency and the hottest topics discussed at ICSC.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Marriott hotels turn to prefab, tightening lending standards, value-Add Has Changed Since The Great Recession, inside Apple's Mothership and Uber Freight.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Apple announces $1 billion data center expansion, Tesla opens up Solar Roof pre-orders, The Crop That Ate America, Fannie, Freddie reform could roil commercial real-estate and Investment In Cybersecurity.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. A new venture firm focused on real estate, CRE Cycle Still Has More "Runway", Five Reasons Why 'The Retail Apocalypse' Is A False Scare Story, Airbnb Wants to Make Peace With New York and how Private car ownership could drop 80 percent by 2030.
While industry publications are all over the board on the current climate of commercial real estate, according to 62 percent of Capstak users surveyed, the commercial real estate industry isn't in a bubble.
North Lake Tahoe's Cal Neva Lodge is steeped in history. The original property was built in 1926, rebuilt in 1930 after a fire and was purchased in 1960 by Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. The resort hotel-casino was operated by numerous owners and it went into bankruptcy in 2013 with the Criswell-Radovan, LLC group purchasing the property.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. How Tech Made Cities Too Expensive, Marijuana sales are booming in Colorado, U.S. bank branches to shrink 20 percent in five years, How Facebook Will Change Our Industry and More and Fannie and Freddie, Back in the Black.
Silverwing Development has unveiled plans to revitalize Victorian Square into a walkable master planned community in the heart of Sparks. Throughout the next five to seven years, the addition of more than 1,500 housing units, including a wide variety of lifestyle options, combined with 60,000 square feet of retail/commercial space will join the renovation of the Galaxy Luxury 14-plex Theater and projects currently under construction.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Marijuana Businesses Struggle to Borrow, Commercial Real Estate Development Created 6.25M, 1031 Exchanges On The Chopping Block, An Airbnb for empty retail space launches in NYC and Why Facebook Keeps Beating Every Rival.
What is the outlook this year for investing in real estate? Institutional Real Estate Inc has just published its 21st Annual Investor Survey and here are some of its findings.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. The factors causing the retail meltdown of 2017, the Singapore-based startup taking on Airbnb for business travel, the top women technology executives in real estate, managing a building with CRE Tech and Solving The Mystery Of Government-Owned Real Estate.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. The self-driving car race, A Real Estate Boom Powered by Pot, Why Investors are Shorting Commercial Real Estate, the 5 Most Beautiful co-working Spaces in The World and how Las Vegas might have made the worst deal in the world.
PublicAssets CEO, Skip Rudolf, discusses the government commercial real estate market, the types of commercial real estate governments own and lease, why public assets chose to partner with Capstak and how he is able to relax from the anxieties associated with launching a technology company.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Global Index Group launched a synthetic investment product to short privately held real estate, Morgan Stanley analysts are forecasting the commercial real estate market is going to peak this year, democratizing blockchain, why we should design businesses like circles not straight lines and CRE Tech merger of the week.
NCET , Nevada's Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology and Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, announced Capstak as the 2017 Technology Startup of the Year. Capstak's recognition in this category symbolizes Capstak as the most promising start-up company and is having a positive effect on in Northern Nevada's technology industry.
Here's Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. CBRE Global Investor Insights Survey 2017, Amazon's first neighborhood bookstore, A Nevada success story, using Blockchain to predict the future, and why Airbnb's new China push could actually work.
Welcome to Capstak, the commercial real estate market network where professionals connect, find opportunities and transact. Properties are local, but capital and business partners are national and global. Expand your reach and do more deals with Capstak.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Capstak announces a national strategic partnership, $1 billion marijuana startup finds a new use for commercial real estate, why Warren Buffett sold Walmart, the cities creating the most tech jobs and sustainable real estate.
Leveraging Capstak's Haves & Wants proprietary technology, thousands of opportunities to lease, dispose, and acquire property that had previously remained hidden beneath layers of bureaucracy will get real-time exposure to local and national markets across the US.
Posting a Have and Want?is fast and easy. After your deal is posted, you have the option to share it?to the most relevant Market Intelligence Feeds ? giving your deal greater geographic visibility. We also automatically show you matches with other Community members who have an interest in your deal type.
Capstak' weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. TechCrunch discusses Airbnb?s most recent capital raise, why a global e-commerce brand would go brick and mortar, roadblocks for the future of commercial real estate, Kansas City?s success story in transit, and a new approach to design.
In celebration of International Women's Day 2017, Capstak Co-CEO, Heather Goldman, discusses her work with Capstak, the mentors and sponsors in her career, the most important attribute in business, impactful transactions in her 20+ year career and what she wanted to do when she grew up.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. TechCrunch discusses why smart cities must be people-centered, JLL shows how technology is drastically changing the workplace, the Amazon S3 outage shows us what happens when one site hosts most of the internet, six trends driving changes in U.S. retail and consumer confidence hits 15-year high.
By way of definition, Interim Management is the temporary provision of management resources and skills for the short-term assignment of a proven heavyweight interim executive manager to manage a period of transition, crisis or change within an organization.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Going with your gut is argued to be a higher form of intelligence, a hedge fund run by artificial intelligence encourages collaboration on Wall Street, data centers are speculated to have a good year, future cities will be smart, green and connected, and New York's most iconic hotel is going to see some changes.
Northern Nevada, specifically Reno, is quickly becoming the place companies are looking to as a strategic location to increase their bottom line by taking advantage of a business-friendly environment for some of the their most crucial business functions.
Michael Dermody, CEO of Dermody Properties discusses how he led the growth of Reno-based Dermody Properties from a local developer to a national owner-operator of industrial real estate properties across the United States.
Here's my weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. Nike and Coach are fighting back against Amazon with a personal approach, the Fed is worried about the $2 trillion commercial real estate market and ULI is driving new
60 percent of commercial real estate deals are happening across state lines, impressing the importance of expanding personal networks beyond local markets. Leveraging digital platforms to build corporate and personal branding, and sourcing deal flow using the internet are increasingly becoming a requirement of being successful in the industry.
Capstak's weekly wrap up of the five most interesting commercial real estate articles. This week, New York started issuing fines to Airbnb, San Francisco's Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance making it easier to get around without a car, and Deutsc
Aaron West has been at the table while major decisions about land use and development have been hammered out.
Ed Friedrichs reviews The New Grand Strategy - Restoring America's Prosperity, Security and Sustainability in the 21st Century. The book argues for a strategy to recapture America's greatness at home and abroad by elevating sustainability as a national st
Where is the commercial real estate industry headed in 2017? Michael Beckerman asked this question to leaders in the CRE Tech industry, to get the perspective from those that are in it, fighting the fight everyday, in the trenches.?
Capstak's review of the 2016 DNA of CRE Survey results, where commercial real estate brokers from across the country are surveyed about the trends they saw over the previous year, and this year is the first year the results will be benchmarked
The $4.25 million sale of the Isbell Office Suites, which was initially listed on the Capstak commercial real estate market network, was named Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) of Northern Nevada Deal of the Year. The Deal of the Year award recognizes C
Reno's efforts to emerge as a city rooted in community collaboration and economic development are apparent in its attempt to rebrand. These efforts are obvious in the projects we highlight that advance the community's sustainable, collaborative or cultura
Doug Roberts, of Panattoni Development, discusses the projects he currently has underway, future market demand, challenges in the development sector and his personal community involvement efforts.
As I read the various architecture, interior design and engineering journals, I see many people, firms, principals and designers described as ?leaders.? But I don?t see much evidence of where they?re leading, how they?re leading or what?s changed because
Including Capstak in your business plan for 2017 creates clarity and intention. Achieve your company?s goals of innovation by implementing Capstak into your plan.
Last year, Buildout and theBrokerList teamed up to highlight the biggest commercial real estate trends over the past year, based on survey results from CRE Brokers across the country. This year, the results will be benchmarked against last year?s findings
Evan is the owner of Reno-based Aerial Imaging, which provides aerial photography for real estate professionals, construction companies and a wide variety of clients in Nevada, Northern California and Arizona. Evan launched Aerial Imaging nearly 12 years
Jonathan A. Schein, Senior Vice President & Managing Director of Global Business Development at Institutional Real Estate, Inc., discusses the importance of honing our marketing strategies to align with customers most basic needs.
Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada President and CEO, Mike Kazmierski, answers the five questions we always wanted to ask him.
The Capstak Community voted. The survey results are in. And, the top skill needed by a young commercial real estate broker to be successful is...
Nevada is poised for success moving into 2017. Gov. Sandoval may have put it best, saying, "We all feel this momentum, and it's not slowing down, and it's something that is translating across our great state." This momentum is something that Capstak is ex
Ed Friedrichs reflects on West Second District (www.west2nddistrict.com). The West Second District development is seven large city blocks in Reno, NV.
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada's (EDAWN) event, Biggest Little Startup Fair, brought together 30 startup companies, students from the University of Nevada, Reno and Truckee Meadows Community College and other Reno business leaders.
NAIOP released its biannual Sentiment Index, a quantifiable outlook of conditions for the commercial real estate industry for the next 12 months.
Northern Nevada developer J. Carter Witt discusses his upbringing, what he believes are the most important characteristics for success and his political involvement.
Capstak, Inc. the commercial real estate market network, announced they will be headquartering in Reno, Nevada.
With larger projects and redevelopments now approaching completion, Midtown continues to mold the new Reno stereotype ? economical, collaborative and visionary. We explored two of the most anticipated Midtown redevelopments. 1401 Midtown and 777 Center ar
Jonathan A. Schein SVP and Managing Director of Global Business Development at Institutional Real Estate, Inc. discusses the importance of constant brand messaging.
Randi Reed talks about her career in LA and Las Vegas prior to coming to Reno, her role as Executive Director of NAIOP and the importance of listening to your clients.
The Capstak team provides an overview of the top redevelopments in downtown Reno.
Capstak Founder and President, Heather Goldman discusses why she helped found Capstak, the importance of mentors and sponsors, her most impactful transactions and what she wanted to be when she grew up.
Capstak co-founders, Heather Goldman and Michael Schnabel, define Capstak's company values as the next step to create a meaningful company and successful market network.
Ed Friedrichs on his favorite projects, how clients become friends and lessons in leadership
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Michael has over 25 years of experience in Reno and the Bay Area as an entrepreneurial real estate professional. He has founded and worked in a diverse collection of firms in brokerage, development, investment banking and direct investment.
We are commercial real estate professionals, and we made Capstak based on the things we have wanted throughout our 50 years of combined experience.
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Capstak, the commercial real estate market network, is pleased to announce the hiring of Justin Lewis as head of product. In this new role, Lewis joins the development and community build teams to collaborate on the strategic expansion of the Capstak beta