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  • Cushman & Wakefield Volunteers at Local Food Bank
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    Cushman & Wakefield Raleigh’s Cushman Cares group coordinated a volunteer event at the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, partnering with other local companies to sort and package sweet potatoes. Together we packaged 10,000 lbs. of sweet potatoes totaling 8,333 meals for families in need. Food packaged at… Read more »
  • Rise of Cool Streets in Raleigh-Durham
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    A new wave of urban, experiential, and independent retail concepts catering to changing consumer demands has led to the rise of 100 “Cool Streets” across the United States and Canada, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s annual Cool Streets report. The firm surveyed hundreds of our real estate professionals across our… Read more »
  • Deb Boucher Named One of Real Estate Forum’s 50 Under 40
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    Deb Boucher, Executive Director based in Cushman & Wakefield’s Raleigh-Durham office, has been named one of Real Estate Forum’s 50 Under 40 for 2019. This honor comes on the heels of Deb being named a Rising Leader by Triangle CREW and being recognized at Cushman & Wakefield’s Tenant Advisory Group… Read more »
  • PwC and Urban Land Institute Name Raleigh-Durham No. 2 City for Best Real Estate Prospects in 2020
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    Raleigh-Durham ranked No. 2 for Best Real Estate Prospects in the annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate report from Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Overall, Raleigh-Durham has seen impressive investment in its suburban office and multifamily sectors. ULI and PwC’s national “buy/hold/sell” (BHS) survey ratifies the optimism, particularly… Read more »
  • Five Fast Facts: Raleigh-Durham Industrial Market Q2 2019
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    For the third consecutive quarter, the Triangle’s warehouse market posted strong absorption levels of 378,988 square feet (sf), while vacancy declined to new historical lows of 5.8%. Robust demand has showed no signs of slowing down and is expected to continue its current pace through 2019. Construction levels for speculative… Read more »
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