Inside Indian Creek, the ultra-exclusive island enclave that’s likely home to the most billionaires—and Super Bowl rings—per capita.
The Microsoft billionaire has been quietly building a 242,000-acre portfolio of agricultural land across 18 states.
In Manhattan, more leases were signed last month than during any December in over a decade.
Jobber, a software company that helps home-service firms manage their businesses, has raised a $60 million growth equity round, as it seeks to capitalize on the spike in the industry brought on by Covid-19.
The company was last valued at $6.4 billion in 2019.
The portfolio was worth an estimated $400 million just three years ago.
There wasn’t much good news in the commercial real estate markets in 2020, but there sure was a lot of news. Here are five stories that illuminate the most interesting and impactful developments.
If you own an office building, coworking space or hotel chain—well, best of luck. But if you’re trying to sell your home, now may be the best of times. Here are the year’s best products, most intriguing people and most innovative firms from the realm of real estate.
The SPAC boom strikes again. Last year, Opendoor sold nearly 19,000 homes, generating revenue of $4.7 billion, though it posted a net loss of $339 million.
Lawsuits, unpaid rent and shuttered offices: 2020 has been a brutal year for these once hot startups.