March/April 2017

Park Hotels & Resorts adds “scale” to the lodging marketplace.

Columns & Departments

  • Tax Reform’s Opening Pitch

    NAREIT has played an instrumental role in advocating for the framework of rules undergirding this thriving industry. That will continue as we enter a new stage in the potential evolution of U.S. tax laws.

  • Generation Gaps

    Time—and, of course, success—can go a long way toward changing the perception about anything.

  • Georgian Terace

    Sotherly Hotels, Inc. The Georgian Terrace

    Sotherly Hotels is intent on reinforcing the status of the Georgian Terrace as a local landmark and marquee destination for visitors to the unofficial capital of the American South.

  • Four Corners Has an Appetite for Restaurant Real Estate

    The triple-net lease REIT spun off from Darden Restaurants has amassed a portfolio of 480 restaurants located across 44 states.

  • MIT’s David Geltner on the Data Revolution in Real Estate

    A revolution is coming in real estate investment, according to MIT professor David Geltner.

  • Self-Storage Still Secure

    Executives and analysts point out that the underlying fundamentals of this recession-resistant sector remain appealing.

  • David Kessler

    David Kessler Partner, CohnReznick

    REITs will have opportunities in 2017 where non-REITs maybe have challenges.

  • Don Wood

    Keeping Retail Relevant

    The effect of changing consumer behavior on the business of retail continues to grow and shows no signs of slowing. 

  • Names to Note

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