Liberty Property’s Billy Grayson says traditional metrics may overlook sustainability.
EPA’s Cindy Jacobs sees increase in owner-tenant engagement.
Boston Properties’ Ben Myers highlights importance of building retrofits.
Digital Realty’s Aaron Binkley stresses importance of tailoring investor information.
CEO Dennis Gershenson says company focused on redeveloping shopping centers.
CEO Jon Wheeler says focus remains on secondary and tertiary markets.
CEO Stuart Tanz sees improvement in West Coast fundamentals.
COO Neil Shah says core markets producing double-digit growth.
CEO Craig Macnab expects additional acquisitions by the net lease REIT in 2016.
CEO Lou Haddad says construction opportunities at “all-time-high.”
CEO Stephen Lebovitz says CBL attracting more productive retailers.
CEO Bruce Schanzer says retail REIT is able to implement annual rent bumps.
NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure says use of equity capital and long-term debt keeps expenses in check.
Capital One’s Chris Lucas sees narrowing of public-private market valuation gap.
Jernigan Capital COO John Good expects development cycle to last up to 7 years.
NAREIT’s Brad Case says REIT investors more savvy about interest rate impact.
CEO Ray Lewis says skilled nursing segment set to benefit from regulatory changes.
CEO John Kite says low supply trend likely to hold.
CEO Bill Hankowsky also highlights REIT’s growing preference for industrial assets.
CEO Drew Alexander says Houston portfolio can weather oil price weakness.