Commercial Real Estate News for Monday, Oct. 23

In Monday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at the rebellion against shared-space offices, the Inpoint commercial real estate’s announcement of a $7.5 million mezzanine loan, asset classes and where they stand in the market, and more.

 


As Some Rebel against Shared-Space Offices, Experts Mull the Ideal Office Layout

Experts say there is a shift toward designing more flexible work environments that marry the need for spontaneous collaboration with the fact that people need their space, too.

InPoint Commercial Real Estate Income, Inc. Announces Origination of $7.5 Million Mezzanine Loan

The Property is situated 10 miles from downtown Princeton, New Jersey and is part of the Hopewell Corporate Campus, which consists of 12 Class-A office buildings totaling approximately 1.8 million square feet.

Office Market Scores With Southeast Sale, But Some Asset Classes Lack Trophy Transactions

The real estate market remained strong this year, even though some asset classes experienced lower sale prices and lacked trophy transactions.


With monthly expenses up 600%, Threadgill’s likely to close location south of Lady Bird Lake

Threadgill’s World Headquarters owner Eddie Wilson plans to close the restaurant and concert venue on Riverside Drive after next year’s South by Southwest because he wasn’t able to renew his lease.

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