No longer a futuristic technology built on hype and potential, blockchain is being used by millions of people across industry segments in every corner of the world. While the real estate industry has been slow to implement blockchain applications into their business models, as the technology continues to become more ubiquitous, the process of buying, selling or renting a home stands to never be the same again…
OVERALL DEAL OF THE YEAR
Commercial Real Estate Update Seminar
Wednesday, May 29, 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
Corey Lamont and Tom Larsonlegal updates and legislation.Social Networking 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Eno Vino Wine Bar & Bistro
Distressed America is Wall Street’s hottest new investment vehicle.
Hedge funds, investment banks and money managers are trying to raise tens of billions of dollars this year for so-called opportunity funds, a creation of President Trump’s 2017 tax package meant to steer money to poor areas by offering potentially large tax breaks.
Little noticed at first, the provision has unleashed a flurry of investment activity by wealthy families, some of Wall Street’s biggest investors and other investors who want to put money into projects ostensibly meant to help struggling Americans… …more
Hana, which operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of CBRE under CEO Andrew Kupiec, has inked a deal to turn three floors of the PwC Tower at Park District in Dallas into coworking space, The Wall Street Journal reports. Hana will share the build-out and operating costs with the building`s co-owners, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and Trammell Crow, as well as the revenue.
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Investors are traveling into uncharted territory as the US economy’s expansion surpasses its 10-year anniversary in July 2019, which would break the record for the longest economic expansion since the government started collecting records in the 1850s. Unemployment fell below 4% – which would have been almost unthinkable a decade ago – without sparking inflation to rise much above 2%. While it is certainly good news that the economy has been growing for a decade in the wake of the worst downturn since the Great Depression, many fear that another downturn could be on the horizon. Investors are worried because they know nothing good lasts forever, and they see potential disruption in the economy – perhaps caused by political turmoil around the world, the potential for continued raising of interest rates, or uncertainty caused by global trade discussions. In 2018, the stock market rode a roller coaster and ended down for the year…
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made several favorable changes to the federal income tax depreciation rules for real estate. Here’s what real estate investors need to know about the TCJA changes, including the potential downsides.
More generous Section 179 deduction rules for real estate
For qualifying assets placed in service in tax years beginning in 2018 and beyond, the TCJA greatly increased the maximum Section 179 deduction to $1 million (up from only $510,000 for 2017), with annual inflation adjustments. The inflation-adjusted number for 2019 is $1.02 million. You can write off your allowable Section 179 deduction in Year One, subject to limitations explained below…
Ken Notes: I will pitch this until someone bites, we would love to do an Property Investment Newsletter for someone trying to get new or stay in front of current real estate investors.
Industrial tenants want more space and they want it now.
Industrial supply nationwide is through the roof — with nearly 1B SF of new space coming online during the last three years — but it isn`t enough, according to Transwestern`s Q4 2018 report on the market.
Despite the surge in supply, there was positive net absorption in 43 of the 47 markets that Transwestern tracked during 2018. During the fourth quarter, 40 markets enjoyed positive net absorption.
“E-commerce, last-mile delivery and the need to streamline tenants’ supply chain strategies is incentivizing companies to locate near their consumer base,” Transwestern Director of Research (DFW) Ryan Tharp said….
670 square foot end-cap available for sublease in two-tenant building on University Avenue. Co-tenant is Klinke Cleaners. Highly visible signage available. NNN expenses are $9.31 psf. Over 54,000 vehicles per day on University Avenue…
Senior housing developer Erickson Living purchased the 34-acre Marriott campus in North Bethesda for $105M last month. The hotel giant plans to move out in 2022 to occupy a newly developed, 21-story tower near the Bethesda Metro station.
The Savills Studley brokers who represented the seller, Marbeth Partners, said the team largely marketed it as a redevelopment play rather than an existing office property for another company to occupy…
Ken Notes: What a great adaptive reuse. I could see this being a great fit for the boomer generation of retirees…
This might seem intimidating, but with the right guidance, people getting established in the industry can start off on the right foot and establish a name for themselves….
J.P. Morgan Chase is breaking barriers—literally. The bank is tearing down walls in many of its investment banking offices and instituting shared desks, an approach that has been popular in the tech industry for years, according to Reuters.
Walls came tumbling down for J.P. Morgan’s investment bankers in San Francisco and are in the process in Dallas, Phoenix, and Columbus, Ohio. Instead of private offices, there are booths like you might see in a diner, quiet zones, and big tables to share…
New Commerce. New Footprints. The Evolution of Industrial Real Estate
March 7 @ 3:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Networking and registration – 3:30 – 4:00
Panel Discussion – 4:00 – 5:00
Happy Hour and Networking – 5:00 – 6:00 Sponsored by: STAG Industrial & Zilber Property Group
Bucks Game (optional) 7:00
Logistics and eCommerce are driving forces in this record-breaking industry. Hear from national and local experts on how the future of warehousing and distribution decision are being shaped.
- Marcia Kester-Sperber, Uline
- Don Schoenheider, Hillwood Investment Properties
- Ben Conwell, Cushman & Wakefield
- Scott Carpenter, CH Coakley
retail space will be available in June 2019, in the charming and
popular destination village of Paoli, WI, just minutes from Madison.
A retail art gallery has operated very successfully in the space for
space is located in the historic creamery overlooking the scenic
Sugar River. It features high ceilings, large glass block windows,
ceramic block walls, wheelchair accessibility and off-street parking.
businesses in town include an upscale restaurant, several other
eating establishments, art and craft galleries, a beer garden, an
artisan cheese store and other specialty shops. A well-established
merchant organization plans several town-wide
events each year, attracting sizable crowds and offering live music,
refreshments, art openings and other special activities. Paoli is
also a popular area for cyclers, fishing and boating.
total rental space available is 5170 square feet, including
retail/commercial space, bathroom, and storage. There is an option to
split the space into two sections (820 square feet and 4350 square
feet). Rental rates from $5.38 to $6.22 per square foot. Tenants pay
you have anyone interested please call or text Ralph Kamps at
608-345-2880 for more info…
Ken Notes: This is perfect as a destination retail outlet for arts, brewery, winery, crafts, a bike shop or more.
Payless ShoeSource on Saturday confirmed that it plans to close all 2,100 of its locations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico in coming months after failing to find a buyer.
The company is expected to file for bankruptcy filing in the weeks ahead to sell real estate. Roughly 1,500 international franchises and Latin American stores are unaffected.
High Traffic Counts!! Great Visibility and Easy Access!! Tenants include: Ace Hardware, Dollar Tree, Weaver Auto Parts, H&R Block, Edward Jones, Subway, Promises Floral & Gifts Studio, Cocina Real, Princeton Club Xpress, And Dogs Too Veterinary..
MADISON: 2450 Rimrock Road, Suite 204, 608-255-2700
CAP SQUARE: 44 E. Mifflin Street, Suite 101, 608-255-2700
Ken Notes: As hotel rates rise and demand increases more and more will look to alternatives like this. I am actually surprised that EPIC has not bought some condos or apartment complexes for their new hires and guests…
Professional office space 675 sq ft like new carpet and freshly painted walls, ample parking. Base rent is $10.50 sq ft plus NN. Yahara River flows next to the building. Three larger offices with a L shaped reception area. Move in condition call today for appointment…
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!
Chinese restaurant at 600 Williamson St., Madison, WI 53703 available July 31st, 2019. Great visibility at corner of Williamson and Blair street. Across Williamson St. from Machinery Row. The restaurant has been operated for over twenty years, but the tenants are retiring. The restaurant-unit is 2,852 square feet with a rent of approximately $5,800/month…
Offering real estate services and design-build construction solutions for growth oriented clients… …more
Expect Professional Management with a Personal Touch
with every T. Wall Urban Village.
(608) 575-1018 or Contact@TWallEnterprises.com
- Currently being remodeled with new elevator
- Open floor plans
- Under new ownership
- Beltline visibility & monument signage
- Plenty of parking
call Mike Herl
Ruedebusch Development & Construction, Inc. is a highly qualified, vertically integrated full service commercial construction, and real estate development company located in Madison, Wisconsin which offers:
- Commercial Real Estate Development
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