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December 3, 2019

'The Backlash Is Real': New City Withdraws Incentive Application For BeltLine Project

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Facing a wave of skepticism over its request for more than $20M in tax breaks for a new mixed-use project in the Old Fourth Ward, New City Properties pulled its incentive package proposal from consideration with Invest Atlanta days after a subcommittee approved it.

'The Backlash Is Real': New City Withdraws Incentive Application For BeltLine Project

New City was set to pursue a $500M lease-purchase bond with Invest Atlanta, the city's economic development arm, that would have given it a $22.5M property tax break over the course of a decade for 760 Ralph McGill, a planned, $495M mixed-use project on a site once owned by Georgia Power in…

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Despite New Supply, Atlanta Apartment Fundamentals Get Even Better

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Despite an influx of 9,500 new apartments in Metro Atlanta, multifamily landlords should see their vacancy rates slip this year to the lowest level since the end of the Great Recession. Rising housing prices and a growing population are keeping demand ahead of new apartment supply, a recent Marcus & Millichap…

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Microgrids, Solar Panels And Batteries: Is Electricity Becoming A Luxury For Californians?

SAN FRANCISCO — Many Northern Californians are worried about what the future holds for their state’s ecosystem and are increasingly determined to do something about the massive disruptions one of the world’s wealthiest regions experienced throughout the fall.

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Extell CEO Sush Torgalkar On Learning Under Gary Barnett, NYC’s Luxury Market And 2020 Vision

NEW YORK CITY — This January marked a changing of the guard at one of the city’s best-known real estate firms, Extell Development. After three decades leading the company he founded in 1989, Gary Barnett announced that Sush Torgalkar would be assuming the role of president and CEO.

Though Barnett has stayed on as chairman and remains heavily involved in the day-to-day operations, the 42-year-old Torgalkar, who was previously chief operating officer of Westbrook Partners, is now charged with growing Extell's business and overseeing its properties.

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Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Boston Realty Advisors Founder And CEO Jason Weissman

Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Boston Realty Advisors Founder And CEO Jason Weissman  

This series profiles men and women in commercial real estate who have profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our cities, businesses and lifestyles.

The name may signal a single city, but Boston Realty Advisors, the real estate brokerage and consulting firm Jason Weissman launched 18 years ago, has expanded beyond Beantown and into greater New England. As several competitors have been acquired or merged with national firms, Boston Realty Advisors has become the largest independently owned real estate brokerage firm in Massachusetts. 

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