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The May/June issue of REIT magazine features a profile of RLJ Lodging Trust's Robert L. Johnson, insights about data centers and cloud computing, a look at REIT transaction activity, and much more.
Nareit’s REITweek took place virtually on June 8-10, bringing together more than 3,000 investors, REIT executives, and industry professionals. Session recordings are available on demand for registrants through June 30.
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SITE Centers CEO David Lukes says the pandemic showed how its open-air shopping centers have become a natural connection to neighborhood customers.
Justin Knight says Apple Hospitality is also seeing improvement in its urban markets.
As we move toward the midpoint of 2021, much of the REIT industry has begun to shift from resilience to resurgence.
With the economy rapidly recovering from the pandemic-driven recession, and COVID-19 vaccines being administered throughout the country, there's an optimistic outlook on the horizon as REITweek 2021 takes place.
David Veal, chief investment officer for City of Austin Employee's Retirement System, recently spoke with REIT magazine on topics including COAERS' strategy and the changing role of real estate in the portfolio.
Empire State Realty Trust's decision to convert its entire portfolio to wind power sets an example for other office owners but it is not a surprising move for the REIT, which has stood out for its commitment to sustainability for more than a decade.
A valuable last-mile logistics network, stable occupancy, and consistent rent growth are among the key factors that make the U.S. Postal Service a highly desirable tenant for Postal Realty Trust, Inc.