Real Estate News: Long Stay Hotels Settle In

By WSJ Staff

Here is a look at real-estate news from the weekend and today in the WSJ:

The Case for Real Estate in a Portfolio: Despite all of the doom and gloom surrounding real estate in recent years, funds focused on U.S. real-estate securities have performed exceedingly well.

Mixing it Up: An Adviser Dips a Toe into Real Estate: A property fund is one element in a suggested portfolio for moderate-risk investors.

Asia House of the Day: Near the peninsula of Fiji’s Vanua Levu island lies a cluster of residences on 150 acres, including two private beaches and a chapel.

Greater New York:

Tudors, Big Lots – Must Be Jamaica Estates: Long a prestigious pocket in east-central Queens, Jamaica Estates continues to command premium prices from those seeking to make the leafy enclave home.

Aquarium Set to Shine at Coney Island: the New York Aquarium is trying to add another iconic attraction to the city’s most famous seaside boardwalk: a 1,100-foot-long “shimmer wall” that reflects colored light and ripples in the breeze.

In New Jersey, New Gamblers being Sought: An $18 million complex called Winners, set to open this month in Bayonne, is being billed as one of the nation’s most elaborate off-track wagering facilities, with plush carpeting, a granite bar and a VIP room.

Long Stay Hotels Settle In: With Manhattan’s hotel market thriving, developers are moving to build more extended-stay hotels.

The Commish: Colliers Sets Growth Plan: Colliers International has chosen a tough time to make its move in the New York City region.

Real Estate News: Long Stay Hotels Settle In

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