OpportunityDb’s Jimmy Atkinson interviewed Tony Nitti, real estate tax law expert, CPA, and partner at Withum. He also serves on the editorial advisory board for The Tax Adviser. And he’s a contributor at Forbes.com, where he recently published a thorough primer on the opportunity zones tax incentive.
Click here to listen as Tony and Jimmy dissect the basics of the opportunity zones tax code, explore some unintended consequences and loopholes introduced by the proposed IRS regulations, and discuss who the actual drivers behind most opportunity zone investments will be…
Ken Notes: This is like a masters class in OZ`s plus you can search CirexNews Archives for Opportunity Zone Here to learn more that you need to know. We archive every story for ever – who loves you baby…
2019 RASCW Commercial Real Estate Forecast
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Registration 1:00 pm • Program 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Corporate Conference Center • TDS Building
525 Junction Road, Madison
Commercial Real Estate: What is Next?Mark J. Eppli, Director of the James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate
Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017: What Does it Mean in 2019?Jeff D. Olson, CPA, MBA – Berndt CPA
Matt Wachter, Manager of Real Estate Services and
Dan Kennelly, Manager of Office of Business Resources,Economic Development Division, City of Madison
Social Networking 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Eno Vino Wine Bar & Bistro
Don Katz on pioneering executives who tried to make changes over the years
I’d like to share some thoughts about the many things I learned from my deep study of Sears, which have often inspired, informed and also cautioned me as a business-builder. I wrote “The Big Store” in 1987 about the retailer, and it has informed my time since 1994 helping Audible evolve from an idea to the big company it is today.
Themes that have drawn students of corporate culture and leadership to “The Big Store” regularly since it was published — including those seeking to avoid the prideful-ness and myopia that can come with institutional success, which in turn diminishes a positively disruptive capacity to change and can kill the formative spirit that calls for invention before anyone asks for it — are very much alive in current popular discourse…
Restaurants-turned-offices, pop-up retail, and shared kitchens underscore demand for flexible space
An empty former TGI Fridays overlooking Manhattan’s Union Square Park may be an unlikely symbol of today’s shifting real estate market.
But Preston Pesek, CEO and co-founder of Spacious, the coworking startup that made a deal for the 8,500-square-foot restaurant space in late November, believes this former dining room—sans flair—represents a new chapter in the growth of his company and, perhaps, the industry at large…
Ken Notes: I think the more obvious mix is temp services, conference spaces, schools, and in Madison – Non profits and Lobbying…
- Hundreds of property listings, organized for easy browsing.
- New properties are featured every month.
- Property/Drive CIREX Members alphabetically listed in our extensive directory.
Prime office space available for lease on Madison’s near east side in the popular Schenk-Atwood neighborhood. This exceptional second floor suite has unique historic character, recently updated in high end finishes with a modern twist and tons of natural light.
Combination of private offices and open work space, conference rooms and a large break room…
The days when commercial real estate deals were penciled out on the back of a napkin and sealed with a handshake are long gone. Despite a reputation for clinging to its “old school” ways, commercial real estate is moving forward in an era of technology and innovation. Results from exclusive technology in a commercial
research survey conducted by NREI and DocuSign show the industry is making progress in implementing and investing in new technologies. Yet results also show that companies are at very different stages in adopting new technologies, and overall, the industry still has more work ahead to catch up with other sectors.
In October 2018 Informa Engage conducted the email survey and collected and analyzed the data on behalf of National Real Estate Investor. The respondents represent various facets of the commercial real estate industry, from owners, managers and developers to lenders and financers…
“Blade Runner” is one of the most visually iconic sci-fi films of all time, set in a dystopian version of Los Angeles, where it seems to be permanently dark and raining. The city is almost as much of a character as Harrison Ford’s police officer, Rick Deckard, and the “more human than human” replicants he hunts down… …more
Ken Notes: I soooo want the flying cars…
As the cost of construction continues to go up, student housing developers are finding it makes more sense to forgo luxury amenities for more social spaces. One piece of advice? Skip the kitchen.
Similar to the focus on communal spaces driving the momentum behind co-living, shared kitchens can be more attractive to residents and can allow developers to dedicate more square footage in a building to beds, Studio KDA Managing Principal Charles Kahn said…
RSK: Removing kitchens? Might as well go back to dorm living with a central mess hall lol.
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January 30, 2019
What has become of the historic African-American neighborhoods around the United States? For Black History Month, Bisnow reporters pounded the pavement to find out. From San Francisco to Charlotte to New York City, residents, city officials and local businesses discussed the latest commercial projects underway and how they are reshaping their communities.
While some neighborhoods are being aggressively redeveloped and experiencing pushback from longtime residents wary of being priced out, others are becoming more modern while still holding firm to their cultural identity.
Read on to find out which communities have preserved their African-American culture, and which have been completely transformed.
— Champaign Williams, National Editor
Blockchain is poised to redefine how we make transactions in the same way that the internet has redefined how we communicate and share information.
It was originally created a decade ago to support the cryptocurrency bitcoin, but has grown to be so much more. Blockchain has lead to the creation (and loss) of millions of fortunes, the launch of hundreds of new companies, billions of dollars in investor funding and, most commonly for the non-technical, a lot of confusion around its true benefits.
Date: Wednesday, February 13th, 2019
Time: 05:00 PM
Join us for a cocktail party/meeting to celebrate the 2018 Deal of the Year Awards at The Madison Club, 5 East Wilson St., Madison. Everyone is welcome to arrive at 5:00 p.m. with the awards ceremony beginning at 6:00 p.m. Be sure to attend!
If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Sullivan at 608/772-0060 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: The Madison Club
RSVP Deadline: 02/06/2019 …more
MADISON: 2450 Rimrock Road, Suite 204, 608-255-2700
CAP SQUARE: 44 E. Mifflin Street, Suite 101, 608-255-2700
Our roster of restaurants reads like a who`s who of Madison`s favorite eateries: From Monty`s Blue Plate Diner, to The Avenue Bar, to Steenbock`s on Orchard, each is unique in its atmosphere and menu and each is the best at what it does!
Sears may have gotten another lifeline from Chairman Eddie Lampert, but the underlying retail issues remain
Sears Holding Corp. has gotten another reprieve, care of a bankruptcy auction win for the company’s Chairman Eddie Lampert, but the problems that got the retailer into trouble in the first place still persist with little hope for change, according to experts.
If confirmed, the bid would keep more than 400 stores open.
next to former Harley Davidson – vacant – over 12,000 sq. ft
overhead doors – 6,000 sq. ft. in lower level – zoned BH – over 16000 cars daily – next to car dealerships and motel, area of great opportunities. Village to consider rezoning depending of the use, esimated six weeks.
Offering real estate services and design-build construction solutions for growth oriented clients… …more
vacant – over 44,000 sq. ft. with three levels. Located on the main level is a spacious show room excellent condition, breakroom, three bathrooms, partial sprinklre system, second level has the administration offices two restrooms and the basement level three bathrooms. double door elevator, 7 furnaces two overhead doors, detached storage building
Before it was a household name, mixed-use development first sprouted up in suburban Atlanta in 1997, when developers carved out a few parcels in an Alpharetta office park parking lot for a hotel, a strip center and a gas station.
“That is what mixed-use in the `90s was,” said Jennifer Koontz, a director at Pope & Land Enterprises, which developed the new uses in the office park, Northwinds Summit.
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