(Urban Land, 8/27/18)
From her 25th-floor office in downtown Austin, Texas, Carey Gunn Venditti, a partner in the real estate practice group at international law firm DLA Piper, stops talking about the vitality of the city’s economy and glances out the window at the construction cranes dotting the skyline.
“Today, I count eight cranes working on both office and residential high-rise projects,” she says. “That’s proof that Austin real estate remains strong. Unless there is an unforeseen event affecting the national or global economy, we expect this trend to continue.”