March 8, 2018

CRE Experts Explain Why U.S. Tech Is Lagging Behind China

With a simple finger-tap on a single app on their smartphones, most of the young professionals in China could find a ride-share service, order a pizza, make a payment or even book a karaoke session.

In the U.S., people still have to go through several apps and link different payments to do the same thing. There is no one simple way to streamline the process, Gaw Capital Partners Senior Vice President of Capital Markets Mike…

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New Agreement, Not Historic Landmark Status, Will Keep Playboy Mansion Intact

The Playboy Mansion's iconic architectural Gothic-Tudor styled facade will remain the same regardless of who owns the posh pad under a new agreement. 

As a way to preserve the Playboy Mansion, Los Angeles Councilman Paul Koretz and owner Daren Metropoulos have struck a covenant to permanently protect the 14K SF property in the upscale neighborhood of Holmby Hills.

Under the agreement made Tuesday, Metropoulos, the 34-year-old son of businessman Charles Dean Metropoulos, will repair the home's structure and maintain its original condition while he renovates the property and links it with his home next door.  A spokeswoman for…

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Koreatown's 72-Unit Maya Apartments Is Jamison's First Ground-Up Development To Rise In Area

Jamison Properties continues to add to its Koreatown multifamily portfolio.

After converting two commercial office buildings into multifamily communities, Jamison recently completed the company's first ground-up apartment development in Koreatown.

Replacing a surface parking lot, Maya is a 72-unit market-rate multifamily community at 535 South Kingsley Drive. Capitalizing on the area's growing demand, Jamison officials expect the seven-story Maya to be fully occupied by the end of the year. The property…

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EXCLUSIVE: Louisiana Finalizing Landmark Multi-Use Land Purchase To Relocate Climate Change Refugees

The Louisiana government is set to purchase 515 acres of farmland that will become the new home for the first climate change-induced community resettlement project in U.S. history.

The state will buy the land for $11.7M, according to Louisiana Office of Community Development Communications Director Marvin McGraw, to resettle the residents of Isle de Jean Charles.

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Westminster, Colorado-based Camp Bow Wow, the nation's largest franchiser of dog day and overnight care centers, is poised for one of its largest years of growth.

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Well Buildings Are Becoming More Than A Fad As Benefits Get Easier To Measure

For a long time believing in wellness in buildings took an act of faith. That is changing fast, and as it becomes easier to measure the benefits, the philosophy of wellness is spreading. 

Rapid advances in technology are allowing building owners and tenants to measure far more accurately the impact their buildings have on the people that use them, for better and for worse.

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