November / December 2018

Standing at 1,070 feet with 61 floors, “Salesforce Tower has already become synonymous with San Francisco and its skyline.”

Columns & Departments

  • Adapt and Thrive

    In the last decade alone, the REIT market has grown in market capitalization, assets, diversity, and geographic reach.

  • Doing the Math

    Tower and data center REITs have contributed to the proliferation and ever-increasing adoption of new technology.

  • Boston Properties Achieves New Heights with Salesforce Tower

    Standing at 1,070 feet with 61 floors, “Salesforce Tower has already become synonymous with San Francisco and its skyline.”

  • CorePoint Lodging Finds its Sweet Spot in the Middle

    CorePoint’s moves are meant to drive both leisure travelers and price-sensitive business travelers to their hotels.

  • Building Blockchain

    From asset management and investments to operating and management companies, blockchain could potentially have a profound impact across real estate.

  • What’s in Store for Self-Storage REITs?

    Self-storage REITs employ modern technologies to better understand the demographics in an area and target those households that are most likely to need storage

  • Tammy Heermann

    Female leadership development expert Tammy Heermann was the keynote speaker at Nareit's Dividends Through Diversity Forum.

  • Commercial mREITs Could Gain in Rising Interest Rate Environment

    "We are generally cautious on the agency REITs, and we are broadly positive about the commercial mREITs."

  • Sea Change for PNLRs

    "'Mom and pop' investors can now invest with the same investment acumen as the largest institutions."

  • How Active Will Your Development Pipeline Be in the Next Three to Five Years?

    Three CEOs discuss their development pipeline outlook over the next three to five years.

  • Names to Note

    People making news in the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry.