|Bid||134.08 x 800|
|Ask||134.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||133.74 - 134.95|
|52 Week Range||115.09 - 139.29|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.55|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||39.93|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.20 (3.10%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Amid challenges in the retail real estate market, Federal Realty (FRT) is aimed at long-term value accretion through remerchandising, redevelopment efforts and proactive acquisitions of anchor leases.
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The public offering of 3.20% notes with $100-million aggregate principal amount will be issued under the same terms as the $300-million senior unsecured notes issued by Federal Realty (FRT) this June.
Efforts to redeem preference stock and reduce borrowings through proceeds raised from long-term notes reflect Kimco Realty's (KIM) focus to address its financial obligations efficiently.
Efforts to pay down line of credit and other borrowing with proceeds raised from senior unsecured notes reflects Regency Centers' (REG) focus to address its financial obligations efficiently.
Rayonier's (RYN) overall performance in Q2 reflects the uncertainty associated with the U.S.-China trade dispute and choppy lumber market conditions.
Lamar Advertising's (LAMR) FFO miss in Q2 reflects lackluster growth in revenues. However, management remains confident and maintains full-year guidance for adjusted FFO.
Federal Realty's (FRT) Q2 performance highlights growth in property operating income and cash-basis rollover rise on comparable spaces. Also, the company hikes its regular quarterly dividend.
Digital Realty Trust's (DLR) Q2 performance reflects solid demand for data-center facilities, encouraging the company to reaffirm its core FFO projections for the current year.
Simon Property's (SPG) Q2 performance reflects increased leasing spread per square foot at the company's U.S. malls and Premium Outlets. Also, the company announces a dividend hike.
Equity Residential's (EQR) Q2 performance indicates elevated same-store, lease-up and other non-same store NOI amid healthy demand across its markets.
Higher realized annual rent per occupied square foot aid Public Storage's (PSA) same-store performance in Q2. Additionally, the company's expansion efforts drive its performance.
After years of planning, controversy, legal action and delay, San Jose's Santana West office development got its official start Tuesday with a groundbreaking next to the Winchester Mystery House. Once complete, the overall project will have up to 1 million square feet of office space.
Federal Realty's (FRT) Q2 results are likely to display benefits from portfolio-repositioning efforts and stable economy despite the choppy retail real estate environment.
In Q2, Regency Centers (REG) will likely gain from premium grocery-anchored shopping centers and focus on necessity, value and service-oriented retailers, which will help it counter market blues.
Though Aimco's (AIV) Q2 performance will likely reflect benefits from favorable demographics and a stable economy, supply woes and dilutive impact from asset dispositions cannot be averted.
Clipper Realty (CLPR) likely to record decent demand for its properties in Q2, backed by a healthy job market and stable economic environment in the region.
Despite Macerich's (MAC) efforts to enhance its asset quality for attention from new and productive tenants, its Q2 results will likely be affected by store closures and retailer bankruptcies.
Despite Tanger Factory Outlet's (SKT) focus on improving portfolio and tenant mix, its Q2 results will likely be affected by the turbulent retail real estate environment, including store closures.
Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE: FRT) hopes to immerse staffers and visitors to its planned North Bethesda headquarters in the design elements and concepts they might encounter at its other mixed-use developments in the D.C. region and elsewhere, along with a taste of what it many soon deploy in future projects. The real estate investment trust recently gave the WBJ a sneak peak at the design plans for its nearly 44,000-square-foot headquarters at 909 Rose Ave. The developer will take up two floors of a larger 11-story office building it is developing at Pike & Rose, its remake of the former Mid-Pike Plaza by Montrose Parkway and Rockville Pike. You won't think you mistakenly wandered into one of the restaurants or shops at Bethesda Row or Shirlington Gateway, but Jay Brinson, director of development for Federal Realty, said the approach to the company's new home is not unlike how his team designs common-area spaces in those projects.