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1 Longfellow Real Estate's Adam Sichol on Everything Life Sciences
2 Combined Properties Attracts New Anchors to Vacant Grocer Spaces
3 Renovated Hollywood Office Secures $28M Refi – Commercial Observer
4 New Private Equity Firm Cross Rapids Takes Space at Tower 49
5 The Age of Coronavirus Discounts on Real Estate Could Just Be Getting Started
6 Ratkovich Announces 118K SF Office Renewal With LA County Officials
7 Las Vegas Sands Sells The Venetian and Sands Expo Center for $6.25B
8 This Is Only the Beginning for SPACs in Real Estate
9 Michaels Going Private After $3.3B Apollo Global Buyout
10 Mack-Cali Names Mahbod Nia as CEO, Replacing MaryAnne Gilmartin
11 Jefferson Platinum Triangle Community Sold for $160M in SoCal
12 Ackman-Ziff Hires Trisha Connolly From B6 Real Estate Advisors
13 Taconic's Matt Weir on His Belief in NYC and Its Burgeoning Life Sciences Sector
14 Commercial Observer Expands Its Award-Winning Commercial Real Estate Coverage Across Key US Cities
15 CRE Playing Catch-Up On Diversity and Inclusion, CO Panelists Say
16 JPMorgan Chase Looking to Dump 800000 SF on Crowded Manhattan Sublease Market
17 Extell Nabs $146M Condo Inventory Loan for The Kent in Manhattan
18 Lactalis Takes 15K SF at 80 Pine Street in Financial District
19 Q&A: JLL's John Dettleff on DC's Booming Industrial Market
20 JPMorgan Chase Helps Bring Much-Needed Affordable Housing to Florida
21 Vornado, CPPIB Wrap $525M CMBS Refinance of One Park Avenue
22 Dan Gilbert's Rocket Companies Becomes Latest Meme Stock
23 Comic Art Collector Philippe Labaune Opening Gallery at 555 West 23rd
24 Developers Won't Have to Chop Off Floors of 200 Amsterdam Avenue
25 Dwight Capital Provides $20M HUD Loan to Refinance Florida Apartment Asset
26 Spotify Will Allow Its Staff to Work From Anywhere Permanently
27 No, the Office Is Not Dead – Commercial Observer
28 Why Gucci Is Keeping Its Flagship in Trump Tower
29 Northwind Provides $56M Condo Inventory Loan for Central Park North Luxury Asset
30 Fisher Brothers Sign Equitable Life Insurance at 1345 Ave of the Americas
31 DC Department of Transportation Gets New Home in Capitol Riverfront
32 Bank OZK Lends $189M on Phase 1 of Huge Baltimore Urban Mixed-Use Project
33 Walker & Dunlop Hires Former FHA Commissioner to Lead HUD Lending
34 Top New York City Office Space Continues to Draw Bargain Hunters
35 US Supply Chain Snagged at Port of LA Over COVID Spending Surge
36 Dancing with Distress: Owners and Lenders Opine on 2020, Anticipation For 2021
37 Bank of America's Jason Ourman Heads to Apollo Global Management
38 80 Percent of Brooklyn Small Businesses Lost Revenue Last Year
39 Cerberus' $35M Loan to Fund Self-Storage Conversion in Manhattan
40 Department Store Chain Century 21 Returning to New York
41 Pearl River Mart Returning to SoHo – Commercial Observer
42 WeWork Cuts Rental Fees by 10 Percent in the U.S.
43 De Blasio Restarts $17B in Public Construction Projects in New York
44 LA Looks to Repurpose Vacant Commercial Space for Affordable Housing: Updated
45 Gannett Moving NYC Corporate Offices to 24K SF at 1675 Broadway
46 First Look at Grand Central Terminal's Grand Hyatt Hotel Replacement
47 CBRE Buys 35 Percent Stake in Workspace Provider Industrious
48 NYC Economic Development Chief James Patchett Leaving Next Month
49 Deutsche Bank, Barclays to Refinance 1 Park Avenue With $525M CMBS Loan
50 Fashion-Focused LIM College Re-ups Its Midtown Locations
51 Silverstein, Brookfield Win Bid to Build 1.6M SF Mixed-Use Tower at 5 WTC
52 Student Housing in US Shows Signs of a Rebound From COVID
53 Manhattan Office Demand Won't Reach Pre-COVID Levels Until 2023
54 New York Stock Exchange Threatens to Leave NYC Over Transfer Tax
55 GameStop and AMC Are Soaring Again – Commercial Observer
56 NBCUniversal News Group Moves into New DC Bureau
57 Valentino to Open First SoHo Store at 135 Spring Street
58 Morgan Properties, Olayan America Pick Up $1.75B Apartment Portfolio
59 Greta Guggenheim Retiring From TPG Mortgage REIT Next Month
60 NY Attorney General Letitia James Sues Amazon Over COVID-19 Safety Measures
61 Airbnb to Open Atlanta Engineering Hub – Commercial Observer
62 Metropolitan Realty, Clarion Buy FedEx-Leased Industrial Asset for $50M
63 Virtual CO/REBNY Celebration Strikes Cautiously Optimistic Tone for 2021
64 Condé Nast Refuses to Pay $2.4M in One World Trade Center Rent
65 Barbara Wagner Leaves Rubenstein to Start New PR Firm
66 Heritage Equity's Williamsburg Hotel Files for Bankruptcy
67 Salesforce to Allow Remote Work for Most Staff Permanently
68 Rubenstein Mortgage Capital Lends $42M to Recap DC Office Building
69 Transwestern Arranges Sale of Bowie Corporate Center in Suburban DC
70 13 Must Reads for the CRE Industry on March 3, 2021
71 Real Estate Rumors: Tricor, Extell, Lennar
72 NYC to revive $17B in public construction projects
73 This Week's NY Deal Sheet (March 3, 2021)
74 LA County explores turning struggling commercial properties into housing
75 Planners discuss preliminary response to solar farms | News, Sports, Jobs
76 Equitable Life Insurance inks 130K sf lease for new office
77 Top Female CRE Execs On Finance and Development Amid the Pandemic
78 Eight Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (Feb. 10, 2021)
79 TPG RE Finance CEO Greta Guggenheim stepping down
80 Home Depot Inks 120K SF Lease Renewal on West 23rd Street
81 Real Estate Rumors: Foundry, Gannett, United Development
82 Where Does Wall Street Think Commercial Metals Company (CMC) Stock Will Go?
83 Good News For CRE, Office & Industrial Deals Have Doubled Since April
84 NYC Seeks Partner to Vet Proptech Tools for Its Real Estate
85 Exclusive: Lendlease, Aware Super Acquire $92M Site in LA for $600M Mixed-Use Complex
86 Inside the Development Battle That's Dividing Flushing
87 Two manufacturers to receive incentives for creation of 222 jobs
88 Can Current Uncertainty Yield Opportunities for Real Estate Investors?
89 Bronx Affordable Housing Complex Breaks Ground With $78M in Financing
90 Dwight Capital's $26M Agency Loan Finances Rental Complex in Washington State
91 Diversity Makes Inroads Into CRE Power, But It's Just the Beginning
92 COVID Dings the Conventional 10-Year Office Lease in Manhattan
93 A Brand-New Start of It – Commercial Observer
94 Bye-Bye Boutiques – Commercial Observer
95 How a Facebook Group for Women Architects Creates Community and Opportunity
96 Party Like It's 2019! Brokers Have Cracked and Started Going to Events Again
97 Sunday Summary: This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things!
98 CO Forum: The Changing Future for Offices
99 Brooklyn Army Terminal Renews With Guggenheim, Military Electronics Manufacturer
100 The Biggest Manhattan Office Leases of 2020 [Updated]