Downtown’s CitizenM, which opened in August, used modular construction.

Downtown’s CitizenM, which opened in August, used modular construction.

Brokers and developers are seizing growth opportunities across asset types, from groundup projects to diversifying their offerings with new services and investments. The Business Journal takes a look at what these local leaders are focusing on now and in the coming year.

No matter the asset type, brokers and developers are seeing growth opportunities and seizing them. Some are pursuing new types of projects, such as conversions and valueadds in addition to ground-up development. Others are diversifying their offerings, adding development or investing arms, rolling out new operating services, and even launching product lines in the retail market. The Business Journal takes a look at what these local leaders are focusing on now and in the coming year.


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Office Real Estate
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Industrial Real Estate
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Multifamily Real Estate
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Single-Family Real Estate
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Hospitality and Retail Real Estate
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