New CoStar Feature Spotlights New Projects and Construction Entering the Commercial Real Estate Development Pipeline
With all the unsettling economic headlines, it's important to also hear about what's going right in today's commercial real estate market. CoStar Group has launched a new column on significant land sales, transactions and trends affecting office, industrial, flex, multifamily, mixed-use, hotel and public works developers. From land positions taken by investors and entitlements secured, to the hiring of architects, brokers and general contractors, we'll report breaking news involving significant new development or redevelopment proj.<br>ects.
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This week, we report on an economic development deal that is luring a German company to build a solar mirror plant near Pittsburgh, PA. Flabeg will build the mirrors used to convert sun power to electricity at large solar power plants. Another energy company, oil and natural gas producer Devon Energy Corp., has received approval for a 54-story, 925-foot high office tower headquarters in the heart of Oklahoma City. In other news, Markeim-Chalmers, Inc. has gotten the nod to head leasing of the 500-acre South Jersey Technology in Glassboro, NJ, and Brookfield Properties Corp. (NYSE: BPO) has established a foothold in Washington, D.C.ís NoMa district