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$3 Billion Project Coming to Downtown Tampa

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

Water Street Tampa, is a planned multi-billion dollar mixed use development in Tampa’s urban core. The University of South Florida recently announced that its new Morsani College of Medicine will be built within the Water Street Tampa development.

Amazon Purchases Whole Foods

Thu, 29 Jun 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

Amazon has expanded it's reach into the grocery market with its latest purchase. They acquired Whole Foods for $13.7 billion dollars. However, not many know what the retail giant plans to do with its latest acquisition. 

Amazon Signs Lease in Miami-Dade

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

According to the South Florida Business Journal, Amazon has signed a lease for its largest Miami-Dade facility. The retailer has leased 91 acres and will pay the Miami-Dade Aviation Department approximately $1.2 million per year in rent. The 885,000 SF facility is slated to be open by year-end 2018. This facility is anticipated to create at least 1,000 jobs.

Survey Shows Typical Build-Out Costs For Class A Office Space In Major Florida Markets

Mon, 05 Jun 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

The Jacksonville Business Journal recently reported on a Jones Lang LaSalle survey of new Class A office space.  The survey compares total build-out, landlord TI allowances, and tenant build-out costs, for the various major markets in Florida and throughout the U.S.

Aldi Winning Price War With Wal-Mart

Thu, 18 May 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

Price wars are intense in the grocery sector of the retail market. According to a Reuters article, Aldi shows its prices are 21% lower than its primary competitor, Wal-Mart. Aldi's advantage comes from its large percentage of in-house brands. 

American Banks and Their Regulation

Wed, 17 May 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

The Economist posted a special report on banking this week. The piece discusses Dodd-Frank, its regulation, where it stands, and the differences between how it affects the big systemic risk banks versus the smaller community banks. 

Rise of the Urban Warehouse

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

According to NAIOP's Development Magazine, the demand for urban warehouse space is on the rise. Industrial users are considering transportation and inventory carrying costs when making location decisions. 

Student Housing Market Evolving Into Institutional Asset Class

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 by Capstone Valuation Advisors

According to NAIOP's Development Magazine, the Student Housing Market is maturing into an institutionally acceptable asset class.