Today’s Top 5 Headlines and their Links on CRE, Atlanta Office Space, Green, and all things interesting
Today’s Top Headlines and the Links to their articles (January 5, 2010):
- Grubb & Ellis Predicts Commercial Real Estate Will Decline More Slowly in 2010, Recovery to Begin in Early 2011 - Grubb & Ellis Company today released its 2010 Real Estate Forecast, which indicates that 2010 commercial real estate fundamentals will decline more slowly than in 2009, with most property types reaching bottom near the end of the year and beginning a slow recovery starting in 2011.
- Data centers could boost real estate market - For the next year, the horizon looks pretty dim for metro Atlanta commercial real estate developers, except for what might be one bright star — data centers.
- Dubai Opens Tallest Tower Partially Leased in Slump – BusinessWeek - Dubai’s Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum opened the world’s tallest tower yesterday, and it won’t be the world’s fullest…
- Outdone by Dubai, Taiwan tower seeks green award - Outdone by an tower extending over 800 meters in Dubai, the world’s former tallest building, Taipei 101, wants to become the highest green structure by completing a checklist of clean energy standards, a spokesman said on Monday.
- Construction Spending in U.S. Fell 0.6% in November - Construction spending in the U.S. fell for the seventh straight month in November to the lowest level in more than six years, led by declines in homebuilding and fewer commercial projects.