According to new data this week from The American Institute of Architects (AIA), demand for design services in April 2020 saw its steepest decline on record.
Many U.S. restaurants are likely to reopen from widespread shutdowns at 50 percent pre-COVID-19 seating capacity amid efforts to adhere to social distancing practices and give confidence to cautious consumers.
NAIOP reports this week that it's NAIOP CRE Sentiment Index has dropped below 50 for the first time since its inception.
As risk from the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in mid-March, commercial real estate lending markets began to navigate a period of price discovery.
Central Florida industrial market saw modest growth in demand with over 325,000 square feet of positive net absorption recorded in the first quarter of 2020.
Despite economic disruptions caused by COVID-19, industrial construction is continuing in the majority of major U.S. markets.
According to a new report by CBRE, the COVID-19 pandemic is creating massive disruption in the food industry, which will result in increased demand for industrial cold storage space in the U.S.
NAIOP is predicting that the coronavirus outbreak will accelerate trends that had been forming in commercial real estate and cause dramatic changes in the industry faster than had been anticipated.
The level of U.S. commercial and multifamily mortgage debt outstanding at the end of 2019 was $248 billion (7.3 percent) higher than at the end of 2018.
According to CBRE's latest U.S. Multifamily Inbound Investment Report for the second half of 2019, Orlando was the highest growth market for global multifamily investment capital, with an annual gain of 231%.
The Mortgage Bankers Association's latest Commercial/Multifamily Delinquency Report is showing this week that U.S. commercial and multifamily mortgage delinquencies remained low in the fourth quarter of 2019.
U.S. technology companies claimed the biggest share of the 100 largest office leases signed in the U.S. last year, and Manhattan ranked ahead of all other cities as the home of many of those huge leases.
U.S. net-lease investment reached record highs in 2019, with investors increasingly attracted to opportunities in high-growth secondary and tertiary markets.
Based on CBRE's latest U.S. Data Center Trends Report, driven by demand from large enterprise and cloud users, U.S. data center leasing and construction completions reached record levels in 2019.
Strong demand from both domestic and foreign investors, combined with moderate economic growth, is expected to keep capitalization rates for U.S. commercial real estate assets broadly stable in 2020.
According to the American Institute of Architects, 2020 started the year on a strong note as architecture firm billings strengthened slightly in January.
With the longest global economic expansion on record, international commercial property investors now face an increasingly complex calculus.