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  • Office Lease Up (July 27) LinkedIn Expands by Two Floors at Empire State Building
    LinkedIn Corp. is expanding its New York City headquarters by occupying an additional 130,000 square feet at the Empire State Building.

    The expansion will have LinkedIn encompassing the entire third and 26th floors, bringing the company’s total occupancy to 280,000 square feet on seven floors. LinkedIn first moved into the building in 2011.

    Sacha Zarba, Lauren Crowley, and Greg Tosko of CBRE represented LinkedIn in the lease negotiations. Landlord…

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  • Met Square Mixed-Use Project Latest to Break Ground In Miami’s Booming Downtown
    MDM Group has broken ground on Met Square, a 43-story residential tower with attached movie theater, shops and restaurants that will be the fourth and last phase of MDM’s $1 billion Metropolitan Miami master development in downtown Miami.

    Underscoring South Florida’s heated multifamily market, the 391-unit apartment tower at 340 S.E. 3rd Street developed by Zom is the third high-rise residential project to be built in The Met alone. In related…

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  • At Midyear, Accelerating New Office Supply Held In Check By Strong Absorption
    U.S. office market demand growth rebounded in the second quarter of 2015 following slower-than-expected net absorption in the first three months of the year as businesses continued to add office jobs and lease space.

    Net absorption roared to 25 million square feet in the second quarter, the second-highest quarter for demand growth since 2006 and more than double the 12 million square feet absorbed during the first quarter.

    After years of slow…

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  • A&P Looking To Sell 120 Stores, Close 25
    The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company Inc. (A&P) has filed its second voluntary petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in five years. As part of the filing, the national grocery store retailer is asking for approval to sell up to 120 stores for $600 million.

    In addition, A&P is seeking lease cancellations for 25 additional stores.

    “After careful consideration of all alternatives, we have concluded that a sale process implemented…

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  • Office Lease Up (July 20) Tableau Leases 210,000 SF in Seattle
    Tableau, a maker of data visualization software, signed an 11-year lease for the entire 210,000 square feet in the NorthEdge building under construction at 3301 Densmore Ave N. in Seattle.

    The company has the option to extend for two 7-year periods.

    The four-story building is just north of Seattle’s Gasworks Park. Touchstone Corp. is developing the property and it should be completed by May 9, 2016, according to CoStar information.

    Greg Inglin…

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  • CoStar’s People of Note (July 12 – 18)
    It’s time to update those contact managers with CoStar’s People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week’s issue includes the following markets: South Florida, Houston, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Orlando, Chicago, Atlanta, and New York City.
    SOUTH FLORIDA
    Hill Promotes Lugo to SVP, Regional Manager
    By Justin Sumner

    Luis Lugo, Jr. has

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  • Already Sitting On Billions of Uninvested Dollars, Fund Managers Back Off Capital Raising Efforts
    A buoyant fundraising market has provided managers of closed-end private real estate funds with an interesting dilemma: where to invest $254 billion in uninvested money already raised from investors.

    Unspent, real-estate-committed capital is up 37% from the $185 billion in December 2014, reaching the highest amount on record, according to Preqin, which provides data and research on alternative assets for institutional investors.

    The majority…

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  • Digital Realty Trust to Buy Colocation Provider Telx For $1.89 Billion
    In the latest example of consolidation among data center operators and developers, private equity firms ABRY Partners and Berkshire Partners have agreed to sell colocation specialist Telx to San Francisco-based Digital Realty Trust (NYSE: DLR) for $1.89 billion.

    The acquisition is expected to double Digital Realty’s footprint in the colocation and interconnection business, challenging industry leader Equinix and strengthening DLR’s ability to offer…

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  • Office Lease Up (July 13) Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Commits to 162,000-SF HQ Lease
    In one of the largest office lease deals signed in Boston this year, educational and trade publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (NYSE: HMHC) inked a 16-year lease for 162,000 square feet that will see the company move its headquarters from Boston’s Back Bay to the High Street Tower at 125 High St. in downtown Boston.

    The 31-story office tower totals 980,347 square feet. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will take over part of the space being vacated by…

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  • Despite Increasing Vacancy as New Units Hit the Market, Multifamily Properties Post Big Revenue, Income Gains
    Revenue and income growth at multifamily properties across the country backed by Freddie Mac loans continued to outpace inflation significantly despite the boom in multifamily building, which has resulted in rising vacancies and higher expenses and debt service.

    According to an analysis of full year-end numbers for loans securitized in Freddie Mac K deals by CoStar News, revenue and income grew at a 3.9% year-over-year growth rate last year. That…

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