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December 4, 2020

Developer John Shooshan On Leasing Arlington's First Vertical Mixed-Use Tower During A Pandemic

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The final phase of Ballston's Liberty Center complex, a 22-story mixed-use tower, delivered in February, just as the coronavirus pandemic was beginning to upend the commercial real estate markets. 

Developer John Shooshan On Leasing Arlington's First Vertical Mixed-Use Tower During A Pandemic

The 4040 Wilson Blvd. project, built by Shooshan Cos. and Brandywine Realty Trust, features 12 stories of residential above eight stories of office and two stories of retail, the first vertically stacked mixed-use building of its kind in Arlington.  Shooshan Cos.…

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President Donald Trump's time left in the White House is down to a matter of weeks, and many are looking to what kind of plans the competitive, divisive leader may have for his business. 

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Houston Office Anxiety Intensifies As Biden Energy Policy Crystallizes

The future of U.S. energy policy under President-elect Joe Biden is being closely watched by Houston’s commercial real estate industry, where the fate of the nation's energy sector and the industries in its orbit could have a powerful impact on its future.

In Houston, energy companies and related service firms account for more than a third of office tenants. Biden's anticipated approach to onshore hydraulic fracturing and offshore drilling — both are likely to face a tougher regulatory environment over the next four years — is now ramping up anxiety in an already-stressed sector

“There are two ways they can [enact change]. One is with the carrot, and the other is with the stick,” Greater Houston Partnership Senior Vice President of Research Patrick Jankowski said. “I hope they do it with the carrot and offer more incentives, and incentives are structured in such a way that even the oil companies can benefit from it. But the stick will be ... more difficult permitting on federal land, more difficult to get pipelines built, more stringent regulations on emissions and so forth.”

As that affects energy companies, including a wave of bankruptcies that has already begun, Houston office will likely feel the pain.

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