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Paul Bubny

Paul Bubny

Paul Bubny is managing editor of Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com. He has been reporting on business since 1988 and on commercial real estate since 2007. He is based at ALM Real Estate Media Group's offices in New York City.

  • Spirit Realty Files with SEC on Spin-off Plan

    Spirit Realty Files with SEC on Spin-off Plan

    The spin-off will enable “separating financing approaches” for what currently are two investment strategies under one roof, Spirit Realty Capital’s Jackson Hsieh said in August.

  • Existing-Home Sales Regain Ground

    Existing-Home Sales Regain Ground

    However, the National Association of Realtors’ Lawrence Yun says sales are still below year-ago levels due mainly to limited inventory.

  • Office Demand Forecast Takes Upward Turn

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    Office Demand Forecast Takes Upward Turn

    The major unknown in the forecast for net absorption in office space for 2018 is what will happen with tax reform and other national policy initiatives, says the NAIOP Research Foundation.

  • LaSalle Closes Latest Debt Fund at Over £800M

    LaSalle Closes Latest Debt Fund at Over £800M

    Amy Klein Aznar, who heads debt investments and special situations for LaSalle Investment Management, says the new fund has already completed several transactions this year.

  • Tech Boom Leads to Submarket Spillover

    Tech Boom Leads to Submarket Spillover

    Submarkets such as East Cambridge may command the widest rent premiums, but there are opportunities for office landlords in adjacent neighborhoods as tech firms expand, says CBRE.

  • Capital One’s Rick Lyon to Retire in 2018

    Capital One’s Rick Lyon to Retire in 2018

    The veteran of four decades in the banking business leads Capital One’s commercial real estate activities, including financial services to the development and investment activity.

  • Apartment Starts, Permits Jump in October

    Apartment Starts, Permits Jump in October

    Although recovery from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma drove much of the activity in construction and authorizations last month, it wasn’t the whole story on a national basis.

  • STEM Grads: Looking Outside San Jose

    STEM Grads: Looking Outside San Jose

    “A concentrated focus on STEM in higher education has given tech companies new markets to target outside of traditional tech hubs,” says Julia Georgules at JLL.

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