The sector’s national occupancy rate, based on aggregate statistics from 31 markets, held at 88.8 percent last quarter, according to NIC.
Starbucks runs its own stores, and with retailers wilting across the U.S., landlords stuck with vacant storefronts are starting to cut rents.
In an app-driven world of health, education and pampering, rival landlords battle to woo corporate tenants by appealing to their employees.
During earning calls this month, senior-housing operators and landlords have lamented a harsh flu season that has led ailing residents to move out of their facilities.
More than 4,000 new apartments are forecast to hit the Los Angeles market this quarter, according to CoStar Group Inc.
IREM has fashioned a new logo that heralds the importance of what lies ahead.
Developers will set their sights on immigrant neighborhoods, where land is cheaper.
Apartment projects are becoming more expensive to build, straining development budgets.