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Matrix Research Bulletins
Two of the most topical subjects in commercial real estate are the dire need for affordable housing, and the prospects for investing in opportunity zones. Can the solution for the two issues be intertwined, like the old candy commercial where chocolate meets peanut butter?.
As the increasing availability of data highlights the value of targeting submarkets, we should not lose sight of a bigger, slow-moving shift taking place in the U.S. Social and economic trends have caused a steady domestic migration of population and jobs to the South and West regions over the last half century.
New statewide rent control laws have thrown the New York City apartment market into turmoil, with prices of properties impacted dropping sharply overnight and the possibility that it will lead to the deterioration of
housing stock and depress the amount of supply.
The Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis (CRUEA) at the George Washington University School of Business (in partnership with Cushman & Wakefield, Smart Growth America/LOCUS and Yardi Matrix) released its 2019 Foot Traffic Ahead report which ranks the 30 largest metros in the United States based on the percentage of office, retail and rental multi-family space in walkable urban places.