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brandonlin July 05, 2021
Despite some continued market upheavals due to the ongoing economic effects of the pandemic, Urban Bay Housing Fund continued to highlight its signature commercial real estate (CRE) and bridge loans ...
brandonlin July 01, 2021
For the first time in 2021, store closures have declined year over year, according to an emailed report from Coresight Research. The firm tracked 4,626 closures so far this year, 5.7% fewer than last year at this time. Leading retailers in closures so far is Christopher & Banks, which
brandonlin June 30, 2021
The growing emergence of flexible, intelligent robots is finally making automation in logistics viable, Pi Labs has said after investing an undisclosed amount in Europe’s largest robotics marketplace platform.
brandonlin June 30, 2021
Your next load of groceries may be moved by a modern-day bionic man or woman. The U.S. supply-chain arm of supermarket-owner Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize NV is expanding its use of a newer type of wearable robotic technology that workers strap on to help ease the strain of lifting heavy boxes all day.
brandonlin June 29, 2021
Security-system provider ADT Inc. is betting on its partnership with Google’s smart-home business to increase revenue as it struggles to turn a profit three years after going public. The company, best known for its home alarm systems, last summer announced the deal with Google, whose Nest business ...
brandonlin June 25, 2021

Larry Korman Selected As CREtech+ Legend For His Extraordinary Leadership And Contributions To The Commercial Real Estate Industry

New York, NY (June 28, 2021) — CREtech+, (
brandonlin June 24, 2021

Jeffrey Berman, Ross Rudd, Justin Saeheng and Revathi Greenwood to be Featured in CREtech+ “Tech Talk” Episodes Airing in July 

New York, NY (June 25, 2021) — CREtech+, (
brandonlin June 24, 2021
Revathi Greenwood, Global Head of Data and Insights at Cushman & Wakefield dissects how to effectively approach data to make informed strategic decisions, and how migration patterns, work from home, and stimulus packages are affecting the future of real estate.
brandonlin June 24, 2021
The U.S. warehouse market is starting to look like the red-hot housing sector, as companies jockey for scarce distribution space to meet surging e-commerce demand. The competition is driving up industrial rents as retailers and logistics providers race to move goods closer to population centers, with some engaging in bidding wars for the most coveted sites. Businesses are pushing to deliver onl...
brandonlin June 22, 2021

Twenty-two years into its existence, Google is finally launching its first brick-and-mortar store tomorrow morning.

Housed on the ground floor of Google’s New York headquarters in Chelsea, the store will be a place to explore and purchase Google’s hardware,...