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Buxton, CoStar announce strategic relationship

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Fort Worth-based Buxton, an industry leader in customer and real estate site selection analytics, has entered into a strategic relationship with CoStar Group Inc. (NASDAQ: CSGP), a provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces.

The two companies will be working together at the International Council of Shopping Centers Real Estate Convention (ICSC RECon) to officially kick off the collaborative effort.

As leading innovators in their respective areas of the commercial real estate industry, this collaboration is expected to leverage the strengths of two very successful and complementary companies, transforming the way retailers, healthcare companies, franchises and other site intensive users of space find markets, locations and utilize powerful analytics to identify the ideal location and manage their portfolios on an ongoing basis, according to a news release from the companies.

Further details about the collaboration will be shared at the upcoming ICSC RECon, which will be held May 19-22, 2019, in Las Vegas, NV. Visit CoStar at booth #C011SOU in the Central Hall and Buxton at booth #N1546 in the Marketplace Mall during the event.

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