More than 200 results for “US Capital Development”
Retail V Michigan

Retail redefined: What’s next for retailers?

| Andy Gutman

At a time when the retail industry is changing so rapidly, and retail real estate realities are shifting at an unprecedented pace, commercial real estate professionals are striving to set their sights on what comes next. Those who want to remain competitive are working hard to be proactive, and to think both creatively and strategically abo…

Legal i Ohio

How the tax code rewards you for helping others

| Staff Writer

Philanthropic taxpayers donate to charitable causes for a variety of reasons, from helping out their local communities, to supporting research into curing certain diseases, to providing aid to groups of people facing difficult challenges. It’s important, then, to keep in mind that the tax code supports philanthropy by allowing an income-tax…

Retail N Illinois

Mixed-Use Mash-Up: Six elements of tomorrow’s live-work-play communities

| Staff Writer

With e-commerce accounting for a greater share of retail sales, real estate developers are finding creative ways to stay relevant in the eyes of consumers who, increasingly, favor clicks over bricks. In order to provide experiences that can’t easily be replicated online, today’s developers are incorporating retail – including restaurant and…

Retail N Illinois

As interest rates rise, commercial financing enters a new phase

| Dan Rafter

No one knows yet just what kind of president Donald Trump will be. But one immediate result of his election was a quick rise in interest rates. And that has already brought a change to way developers and investors are borrowing money to fund their commercial real estate developments and acquisitions.

CRE V Michigan

New life in Detroit: The Scott at Brush Park

| Dan Rafter

The Scott at Brush Park is an important project for downtown Detroit. The $65 million, 200,000-square-foot five-story mixed-use development will bring 199 new apartment units to the city when it opens later this year. For Todd Sachse, chief executive officer and founder of Detroit-based Sachse Construction, the project is yet more proof tha…

CRE X Missouri

Public-private partnerships gain ground as innovative solution for funding real estate development projects

| Staff Writer

Federal, state and local government agencies have significant real estate needs, including the necessity of repairing and replacing aging infrastructure and utilities. But these agencies are finding it increasingly challenging to find the funding to pay for the development of their properties. As a solution, public-private partnerships (P3s…