The Daily Transcript partners with USD's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate and Urban Land Institute -- San Diego to present this annual overview of our local commercial real estate landscape. This section offers expert advice from the region's leaders regarding the latest industry trends, issues and market predictions.

National News

  • Landmark Manhattan building sold

    NEW YORK -- A Dubai-based investment firm said Thursday it has purchased 230 Park Avenue, a 34-story midtown Manhattan office building commonly known as the Helmsley building that sits above Grand Central Terminal's underground commuter train and subway complex.

  • Is it too easy for buildings to get certified as eco-friendly?

    The 42-story Goldman Sachs tower in Jersey City, N.J., sits just feet away from the Hudson River, a major flyway for migratory birds. To keep white-throated sparrows and gray catbirds from smashing into the skyscraper at night, its architects devised a lighting system on the upper floors that doesn't distract the high-flying birds.

Archived Reports

Commercial Real Estate Trends - 2009

Explore the latest industry trends, issues and market predictions.

Commercial Real Estate Trends - 2008

Explore the latest industry trends, issues and market predictions.

Commercial Real Estate Trends - 2007

Learn about the latest industry trends, current market reports, new developments, real estate financing and more in this special section.

Commercial Real Estate Trends - 2006

This special report, created in partnership with the Urban Land Institute, features an overview of the local commercial real estate landscape and advice from the region's leaders regarding the latest industry trends, issues and market predictions.

Commercial Real Estate Trends - 2005

This special report features an overview of our local real estate landscape, as well as advice regarding the latest industry trends, issues and markets. The Daily Transcript is proud to be the media sponsor of the fourth annual Commercial Real Estate Conference: Trends 2005, presented by USD's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate on November 15. This special report will be handed to all attendees of this forecast.