January/February 2018

Self-avowed “people person” Jim Risoleo is now leading Host Hotels & Resorts after more than two decades with the company.

Columns & Departments

  • Thomas J. Baltimore, Jr.

    2018 To-Do List

    Everything Nareit does is driven by the reality that REIT-based real estate investment exemplifies real estate working for you—as an investor, as a participant in the global economy and as a member of communities.

  • And the award goes to…

    Nareit recognized the contributions of two individuals whose career accomplishments have greatly benefited the REIT industry, as well as Nareit members that have produced superior, measurable results from the implementation of sustainable business practices.

  • Westfield World Trade Center Continues Rebirth of Lower Manhattan

    Beyond its primary public partnership with the Port Authority, Westfield worked with diverse public and private local entities—large and small—focusing on the area’s revitalization.

  • CorEnergy Fuels Change

    “The energy-infrastructure market has less competitive dynamics at play. There typically aren’t speculative pipelines built. There’s less vacancy-rate risk,” says CEO David J. Schulte.

  • Jim Risoleo, CEO of Host Hotels & Resorts

    Host With a Smile

    Self-avowed “people person” Jim Risoleo is now leading Host Hotels & Resorts after more than two decades with the company.

  • Demographic Myths

    Nareit spoke with Dave Bragg, managing director and research analyst at Green Street Advisors, about land-use regulations, demographics and supply constraints in certain sectors and markets.

  • Secondary Office Markets Leading the Way

    The momentum in office employment bodes well for the office property sector, including office REITs.

  • James J. Hanks, Jr.

    "Most REITs have adopted majority voting in the election of directors/trustees."

  • By George, 2018 mREIT Outlook One of Cautious Optimism

    Bose George, a go-to voice for the mortgage finance sector, sits down with REIT magazine to discuss his expectations for mREITs in 2018. 

  • Outside of e-commerce, what will drive industrial real estate fundamentals?

    "While e-commerce is providing a huge secular tailwind to the industrial real estate marketplace, industrial properties are also benefiting from good economic growth globally as well as continued economic growth in the United States."

  • Names to Note: Jan/Feb 2018

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