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Though a Buyout Deal for Walgreens Is Far from Certain, it Would Make Sense for the Retailer

2019-11-07 17:10:00| National Real Estate Investor

The giant drugstore chain is trying new initiatives to draw more store traffic amidst changes in the healthcare sector.

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These American Cities Have Been Taken Over by Airbnb

2019-11-07 16:28:00| National Real Estate Investor

Miami Beach has more Airbnb units per capita than any other market in the United States.

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NYC Luxury Developer Goes from Flair to Share in Co-Living Job

2019-11-06 20:41:00| National Real Estate Investor

Simon Koster has jumped from JDS Development, a luxury condo builder, to co-living company the Collective.

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