Monthly Archives: April 2021

Growing Demand for Space in Commercial Real Estate – RISMedia |

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) recently released the survey results, “Marijuana and real estate: an emerging problemNoting that there has been an increase in demand for warehouses, grounds and storefronts used for the production of marijuana. According to the report, more than a third of respondents in states where …

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Amazon slashes the price of certain Garmin smartwatches

Fenix ​​5X Sapphire Watch Garmin amazon.com $ 364.81 As the world returns to a semblance of normalcy, we feel more confident about our race schedules. So why not take advantage of your competitive edge with a new running watch? If you need to be convinced, Amazon lowers the price of …

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The day – Norwich Utilities Board agrees to increase funding for the city’s economic development agency

Norwich – The financial outlook for Norwich Community Development Corp. have improved greatly this spring after the agency’s two main funding sources plan to increase allocations for the first time in more than a decade to support its economic development activities. In January, NCDC asked the City of Norwich and …

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Mega Project Fourth & Central Could Reshape Los Angeles Arts District

The blows inflicted on businesses during the pandemic have darkened the streets of downtown Los Angeles and threaten long-term changes in office life, but builders are pushing ahead with major plans believing the city still has plenty of room to spare. maneuver as times improve. An 1890s Arts District cold …

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Dubai office market is positioned as a viable alternative to many European cities

Key trends Positive management of the pandemic has positioned Dubai as an alternative to many European cities Dubai has become the place of choice for tech companies looking to expand in the Middle East Business occupants take a longer-term view of their real estate needs The well-being of the employees …

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The agency buys a property, renovates new facilities | Local News

The Good Samaritan Clinic plans to move this summer to this building located at 500 E. Parker Road in Morganton. Pictured are some of the plants that will be available for sale from the Good Samaritan Clinic plants this weekend at The Attic thrift store. Tammie Gercken, editor-in-chief The Good …

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Timber shortage is a crisis for Michigan home builders and their customers

However, he said, “we have defined the exact lumber requirements on a package (house), and we only order what we need.” Small builders would feel the pinch in supply sooner, Neubecker said, and could face extended construction times if they cannot source materials. On the other side of buying lumber, …

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Why Smart Investors Turn to Commercial Real Estate> CEOWORLD Magazine

When most people think of real estate investing, residential is by far the first thing that comes to mind. However, this is not necessarily the smartest decision. Seasoned investors have long been aware of the benefits that commercial property has to offer, with many only interested in the commercial when …

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Hong Kong Class A office rental volume increased in the first quarter

E-mail Sign up for our free weekly newsletter Central Hong Kong office vacancy rate improved slightly as market shows signs of stabilization According to the latest version of JLL Hong Kong Real Estate Market Monitor report, Hong Kong’s rental volume in the Class A office market improved in the first …

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Jersey City Greenlights 24-story tower near Liberty State Park

The tallest development to date in Bergen-Lafayette is now approved for 262 Johnston Avenue. Rendered by Marchetto Higgins Stieve. A growing neighborhood that consists mostly of mid-rise buildings is expected to host an oversized project from a major local developer that will be by far the tallest structure in the …

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