Departments: Shaping Communities: Real Estate Working For You

  • 3/24/2020

    MCR Unveils New TWA Hotel at JFK Airport

    The TWA Hotel at JFK Airport is MCR’s homage to the golden age of air travel.

  • 2/3/2020

    Vornado's theMART: Still Relevant at 90

    At nearly 90 years old, Vornado’s theMART in Chicago is as relevant and culturally significant as ever. 

  • Prologis CWI program
    11/7/2019

    Prologis is Building Tomorrow’s Workforce

    Prologis is addressing its tenants’ urgent need for labor by developing workforce training initiatives.

  • 9/24/2019

    Infrastructure REITs Are Helping to Build Digitally Connected Communities

    A look at how infrastructure REITs will use 5G wireless technology to build and support digitally connected communities.

  • 7/25/2019

    How iStar Helped Revitalize the Jersey Shore

    iStar realizes a once-in-a-generation opportunity to redevelop Asbury Park.

  • 5/7/2019

    Shaping Communities: Ryman Hospitality Properties and the Nashville Music Scene

    Ryman Hospitality Properties is a proud and innovative custodian of Nashville’s cultural heritage.

  • 3/22/2019

    Howard Hughes Corporation Transforms Manhattan Seaport District

    As one of Howard Hughes Corp.’s most iconic assets, the Seaport District has already attracted top talent and businesses, bringing much-needed change to the lower Manhattan neighborhood.

  • 1/31/2019

    Former Chicago Sun-Times Plant Transformed by Data Center REIT

    Kansas-based REIT QTS Realty Trust, Inc. acquired the site for $18 million in 2014 and redeveloped it into a 475,000 square-foot data center.

  • 10/25/2018

    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.”

  • 9/17/2018

    Armada Hoffler Transforms Vacant Land Into Business Hub in Virginia Beach

    The long-term public-private partnership between Armada Hoffler and Virginia Beach is a “win-win-win for the city, Armada Hoffler, and the community at large.”

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