September/October 2017

EdR and its CEO Randy Churchey play a key role in remaking the student housing business.

Columns & Departments

  • Tim Naughton

    Built to Last

    NAREIT represents REITs in the policymaking process on all levels, but it also helps tell our story to investors, financial analysts, the media and the broader public. 

  • Matt Bechard

    Survey Says

    1,000 readers of REIT magazine with a range of job functions and perspectives on the industry were surveyed.

  • Duke Realty’s Legacy and Chesapeake Commerce Centers

    Duke Realty’s Legacy and Chesapeake Commerce Centers brought thousands of jobs to Baltimore and New Jersey.

  • Fibra Mty

    Breaking New Ground

    Fibra Mty is setting high goals – both for itself and the industry.

  • EDR CEO Randy Chuchey

    Making the Grade

    EdR and its CEO Randy Churchey play a key role in remaking the student housing business.

  • MIT’s Daron Acemoglu on Why Nations Fail

    Acemoglu talked with REIT magazine about the origins of “Why Nations Fail”, the difficulties behind establishing a successful state and the inevitability—or lack thereof—of social decay.

  • Health care REITs

    Health Care REITs Thrive as Americans Age

    The rising numbers of seniors and increasing longevity are revving up demand for medical services and health care real estate.

  • Dominique Moerenhout

    Dominique Moerenhout CEO, European Public Real Estate Association

    EPRA's main priority at present is the reduction of the capital requirements under the European Solvency II regulations.

  • Canadian REITs in Transition

    What’s driving the internationalization of Canadian REITs?

  • Names to note

    Names to Note

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