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D.C.-area hospitals add more beds, and real estate, ahead of COVID-19 surge

The region’s health systems have been working around the clock to prepare for a surge of patients expected from the novel coronavirus outbreak, but their biggest undertaking may be actually adding more beds, and the physical space to house them......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsMar 26th, 2020

Local developers forge ahead, brokers feel pause as COVID-19 casts cloud over commercial real estate industry

Developers have had to recalibrate and think about how the virus will impact their businesses and pipelines — short-term, it's doing business remotely and keeping construction sites safe. Longer-term, however, a lot remains uncertain......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 3rd, 2020

Milwaukee-area real estate experts predict six-month impact, now working with tenants: Survey

The majority of people in the Milwaukee-area real estate industry expect COVID-19 will impact their business for up to six months, and thus far are taking tempered, more collaborative steps to make it through. That was a core finding of a two-day surve.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 1st, 2020

Ohio hospitals to delay "non-essential" surgeries to save beds, equipment for coronavirus surge

Ohio's hospitals will postpone non-essential surgeries to preserve capacity of beds and protective gear for medical workers ahead of a certain surge of coronavirus cases, state and industry officials said Tuesday. Surgeries will proceed if necessar.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsMar 18th, 2020

Ohio hospitals ordered to postpone "non-essential" surgeries to save beds, equipment

Ohio's hospitals will postpone non-essential surgeries to preserve capacity of beds and protective gear for medical workers ahead of a certain surge of coronavirus cases, state and industry officials said Tuesday. The order goes into effect at the.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsMar 18th, 2020

Buyers push ahead with major real estate acquisitions

Some buyers of major commercial real estate assets in Manhattan haven’t been spooked by the financial tumult caused by the new coronavirus, Covid-19, and the increasingly drastic measures government... To view the full story, click the title link......»»

Category: blogSource: crainsnewyorkMar 14th, 2020

CRE Investors, Brokers, Lenders Expect Rush to Place Capital Ahead of U.S. Election

CARLSBAD, Calif., Feb. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- According to a new report, commercial real estate investors, brokers and lenders are expecting a potential surge of activity in the first half of 2020. Report participants noted the intersection o.....»»

Category: earningsSource: benzingaFeb 5th, 2020

Talk about need to shift downtown development success to city neighborhoods dominates event: Slideshow

An urgent need for Milwaukee-area real estate developers to ensure that neighborhoods near downtown Milwaukee see a surge of development similar to what has happened in the central business district over the past several years was the dominant message a.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsAug 18th, 2018

2018 Year in Review: Teacher walkout, GCU"s big switch and Valley housing surge among top stories

Real estate development was big for many industries — including colleges, hospitals and homebuilders — across metro Phoenix during 2018......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsDec 20th, 2018

Economists, analysts on what to watch in Charlotte"s commercial real estate market

It's still impossible to predict with any real certainty when economic conditions will stabilize following the fallout from the global COVID-19 pandemic — and what a commercial real estate rebound could look like......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 3rd, 2020

Minnesota hospitals are missing out on $30M a day while preparing for COVID-19 surge

The expected peak of COVID-19 cases in Minnesota isn't expected for weeks yet, but the coronavirus that causes the disease is already wreaking havoc on the state's health care systems. Hospitals are working furiously to expand capacity and prepar.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 3rd, 2020

Leveraging Video to Stay Front and Center

Ariana Loucas REALTOR® RE/MAX Allegiance Washington, D.C. Region Served: D.C. Metro Area Years in Real Estate: 14 Number of Office.....»»

Category: realestateSource: rismediaApr 2nd, 2020

HKS architects create plan to convert hotels to hospitals in 10 days

Dallas-based architecture firm HKS has identified how to convert hotels into hospitals within 10 days as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to escalate in the United States and worries grow about whether hospital capacity can meet the expected surge .....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 2nd, 2020

Real estate roundup: A look at the latest local residential projects

The count of new residential developments planned across the Charlotte area continued to grow in March, the same month that the novel coronavirus outbreak began impacting the region. Several developments, mostly multifamily, received approval during Char.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 2nd, 2020

Consistent Communication for Managers in the Time of COVID-19

A Blueprint for Effective Broker/Manager Communication The real estate industry could learn a lesson or two from Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s communication during upheaval. In the 1930s and ’40s, FDR was a master of con.....»»

Category: realestateSource: rismediaApr 1st, 2020

Boston Fed"s Rosengren: COVID-19 will have long-term effects on commercial real estate

"The question is going to be whether or not we need the same amount of office space as we thought we needed before," the Boston Fed's president said......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 1st, 2020

Colorado plans to nearly triple critical-care hospital bed capacity by April 18

Colorado leaders have set a goal to increase critical-care bed capacity in the state from 1,849 to 5,000 beds by April 18. Tier 1 cases — the most critical — will be housed in traditional hospitals and ICU units, said Scott Bookman, COVID-19 inc.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 1st, 2020

Landlords fear "whole universe of people" won"t pay rent April 1

Area l could lead to a domino effect of . “I don’t think there should be a moratorium on all payments,” said Alan Hammer, a real estate attorney at Brach Eichler, and owner and operator of more... To view the full story, click the title link......»»

Category: blogSource: crainsnewyorkApr 1st, 2020

NY hospitals vow coordination to handle patient surge

Hospitals around the state will need to break down silos between public and private health systems in order to manage the number of patients seeking care for Covid-19, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said... To view the full story, click the title link......»»

Category: blogSource: crainsnewyorkApr 1st, 2020

Music Lane developer proposes first downtown Austin hotel

A New York-based real estate firm known for developing the new Music Lane project on South Congress is banking on the hospitality industry bouncing back quickly after the COVID-19 pandemic. It has purchased its first site downtown, off Congress Avenue......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 1st, 2020

Social distancing may cause a telehealth surge. Here"s what Dayton hospitals are doing about it

As social distancing measures have grown amid the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth has become a lifeline for patients and providers alike......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 1st, 2020