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Fewer U.S. tenants paid July's rent
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Fewer U.S. tenants paid July's rent

Multifamily housing saw fewer tenants making their rent payments for July as the COVID-19 pandemic worsened. According to RealPage and the National...

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Manhattan investment sales hit rock bottom
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Manhattan investment sales hit rock bottom

Manhattan saw an unprecedented halt in investment sales activity in the second quarter due to COVID-19, falling to its lowest level since the third...

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Look for word on CPS in-person learning next week
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Look for word on CPS in-person learning next week

An announcement on the future of in-school learning at Chicago Public Schools is coming next week, Chicago's health commissioner said today. ...

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Deals & Dealmakers: Construction underway on 277-unit apartment building near Empower Field at Mile High
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Deals & Dealmakers: Construction underway on 277-unit apartment building near Empower Field at Mile High

Welcome back to another week of Deals & Dealmakers! Make sure to email your team's deals to jrodriguez@bizjournals.com. First, here's a recap of...

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Austin Business Journal
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Austin Business Journal

Filled with "must read" stories, industry news and reporter insights, exclusive interviews with local business leaders, and expanded Top 25 Lists....

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Schnabel Engineering BizSpotlight
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Schnabel Engineering BizSpotlight

GLEN ALLEN, VIRGINIA - Schnabel Engineering opens an office in the northern suburbs of Austin, TX-it's second in the Lone Star State. Located at...

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The CARES Act is Positioning Healthcare Real Estate for a Bright Future
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The CARES Act is Positioning Healthcare Real Estate for a Bright Future

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, known as The CARES Act, was passed with great fanfare and a lot of promise. In a lot of...

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Why Seattle kitchen retailer Sur La Table filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
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Why Seattle kitchen retailer Sur La Table filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The Seattle-based kitchen retailer Sur La Table was in "distress" long before the Covid-19 pandemic, CEO Jason Goldberger wrote in a declaration as...

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Universities are eager to reopen this fall, but is it safe?
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Universities are eager to reopen this fall, but is it safe?

University students rooming at hotels. Lab work in an outside tent. Free mascot masks. And a new app to notify students if they've crossed paths...

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30-Story Hotel and Condo Building Proposed for Downtown
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30-Story Hotel and Condo Building Proposed for Downtown

A rooftop deck on the shorter of the two proposed buildings, which will sit between the 30-story tower and the Atlas Building. Rendering by Meyers ...

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Here's something business can learn from government
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Here's something business can learn from government

It's often said that government should run more like a business. But business could take lessons from government in one area that's getting a lot...

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Retailer Muji, with 8 New York stores, files for bankruptcy
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Retailer Muji, with 8 New York stores, files for bankruptcy

Japanese retailer Muji's U. S. division filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Friday. Muji U.S.A. Limited - operated by Ryohin Keikaku Co. Ltd. in Tokyo ...

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Bham investor acquires 100 acres of undeveloped land near Barber Motorsports
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Bham investor acquires 100 acres of undeveloped land near Barber Motorsports

A local group of investors have closed on more than 100 acres of undeveloped land by the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Jefferson County public...

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Executive pay cuts, PPP loan help VC-backed travel startup bounce back
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Executive pay cuts, PPP loan help VC-backed travel startup bounce back

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic that has devastated the travel industry across the country, TurnKey Vacation Rentals LLC avoided laying off any of its...

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Here's how steep the COVID downturn is for the commercial real estate biz
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Here's how steep the COVID downturn is for the commercial real estate biz

One key data point says a lot about the current state of the Chicago commercial real estate market, and it's not good. The delinquency rate on...

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Why food delivery mergers aren't such a big deal
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Why food delivery mergers aren't such a big deal

A wave of deals among food-delivery companies is generating plenty of buzz but won't solve the industry's main challenges of shrinking...

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Brooklyn Real Estate Six Months Later: Two Sold, One Still Available
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Brooklyn Real Estate Six Months Later: Two Sold, One Still Available
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Another week, another look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Boerum Hill, Sunset Park, Prospect...

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VC or PPP? Some proptech firms got both
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VC or PPP? Some proptech firms got both

From left: MetaProp’s Aaron Block, Domio’s Jay Roberts, Homelight’s Drew Uher, FrontDesk’s Jesse DePinto, Serendipity Labs’s John Arenas and Knotel...

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Ray Washburne talks restaurants, PPP – and what’s lacking in Legacy West vs. downtown Dallas
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Ray Washburne talks restaurants, PPP – and what’s lacking in Legacy West vs. downtown Dallas

Real estate, restaurants and downtown Dallas are topics that Ray Washburne knows a thing or two about. He covers all three - and much more - in the...

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Burn Boot Camp franchisee to add gym locations in metro Birmingham
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Burn Boot Camp franchisee to add gym locations in metro Birmingham

A fitness concept tailored to women is expanding with several locations planned for metro Birmingham. Jim Safron is planning to open five Burn Boot...

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New developments adapt to Covid, smart studio layouts, & more
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New developments adapt to Covid, smart studio layouts, & more

This week, readers visited Brick Underground to read about how new developments are adapting to the Covid era. Some developers are redoing layouts...

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RON expansion leads to 400% growth in 90 days: Notarize
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RON expansion leads to 400% growth in 90 days: Notarize

Since the pandemic began, remote online notarization has helped to bridge the social distancing gap, allowing deals to close without in-person...

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These two wings can help Chicago's cargo biz take flight
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These two wings can help Chicago's cargo biz take flight

The Rockford area and the southern suburbs have deep needs for equity-focused investment. Here's an airport plan that can work for both. The near...

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The old health insurance model that's making a comeback
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The old health insurance model that's making a comeback

As COVID-19 empties out doctors' waiting rooms, the pandemic could trigger a big change in how health care is delivered and paid for in the U. S....

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TIFs have a way of staying alive in this town
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TIFs have a way of staying alive in this town

For more than three decades now, Chicago's tax-increment financing system has been the honey pot that never ran dry, routinely spinning off...

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Chicago's top tech employers 2020
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Chicago's top tech employers 2020

Our new list features big names like Amazon, Google and Facebook, but the local tech scene also includes less well-known companies serving specific...

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Munds Park residents concerned after only post office closes
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Munds Park residents concerned after only post office closes

MUNDS PARK, Ariz. - Hundreds of residents, mostly senior citizens, living in a small rural town in northern Arizona have raised concerns after...

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Seattle Nativity School moves to St. Edward, quadrupling footprint
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Seattle Nativity School moves to St. Edward, quadrupling footprint

A Catholic STEM-focused middle school serving low-income students in Seattle has moved to a new location, more than quadrupling its footprint and...

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Amazon warehouse in Schodack nears completion, hiring could start in the fall
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Amazon warehouse in Schodack nears completion, hiring could start in the fall

The $100 million Amazon distribution center being built in Rensselaer County is nearing completion and will be fully on the tax rolls despite the...

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Optimist International building on the market in Central West End
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Optimist International building on the market in Central West End

The Optimist International headquarters building in the Central West End is up for sale. Located at Lindell Boulevard and Taylor Avenue, it's less...

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