Category Archives: Kansas City commercial real estate

DTZ report: 2014 was a strong year for Kansas City’s CRE market

by Dan Rafter Last year was a good one for Kansas City’s commercial real estate market, according to new numbers from DTZ. The company found that the Kansas City area saw nearly 3.9 million square feet of net absorption in … Continue reading

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The rise of retail medicine and what it means to CRE firms

by Dan Rafter Debora Field has worked in the commercial real estate business for more than 35 years. She’s seen plenty of changes in the relationship between hospitals and medical providers during this time. Today, Field, vice president of sales … Continue reading

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Top 10 things you need to know about Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

By Andrew Brought, Spencer Fane Britt & Browne As someone who frequently helps businesses buy and sell commercial and industrial properties, all too often I encounter misunderstandings about Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and their role in a property … Continue reading

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Troy Nash: Finding his mission, both in Kansas City and across the globe

by Dan Rafter Troy Nash made history last year when he was named a vice president and principal at Kansas City’s Newmark Grubb Zimmer. With this appointment, Nash became the first African-American principal at one of the top-tier commercial real … Continue reading

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Are Midwest CRE pros getting enough exercise? Probably not

by Dan Rafter How healthy are all the commercial real estate pros selling office buildings and apartment towers throughout the Midwest? Not very, according to the latest survey from BetterDoctor.com. BetterDoctor ranked the top-50 most physically active cities in the … Continue reading

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LANE4 expecting a stronger retail showing in Kansas City this year

by Dan Rafter Cautiously optimistic. That was the mindset that retailers in Kansas City had in 2014, according to the latest retail report from LANE4 Property Group. According to the report, Kansas City’s retail market saw steady, stable growth last … Continue reading

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Midwest cities some of the unhealthiest in the country?

by Dan Rafter Here’s the good news: The Midwest has one of the healthiest cities in the country, according to a new study. Unfortunately, it also has the unhealthiest one. A new survey by BetterDoctor.com ranked Minneapolis as the second … Continue reading

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