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Requiring Women On Boards Seems Like A Good Idea. But Is It Constitutional?
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Requiring Women On Boards Seems Like A Good Idea. But Is It Constitutional?

In 2013, Tere Blanca became a board member for BankUnited, a publicly traded bank based out of Miami. Blanca, who established and continues to run...

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WeWork Still Charging Rent To Members Who Can’t Come, Paying Bonuses To Workers Who Do
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WeWork Still Charging Rent To Members Who Can’t Come, Paying Bonuses To Workers Who Do

Coworking giant WeWork is keeping its U. S. locations open as the coronavirus outbreak worsens and a number of states and cities have temporarily...

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Best Buy Formulates Curb Pickup System To Capitalize On Demand Surge
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Best Buy Formulates Curb Pickup System To Capitalize On Demand Surge

The grocery sector and giant retailers like Walmart and Amazon aren't the only retailers seeing a surge in demand during the coronavirus pandemic....

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SoftBank To Liquidate Up To $41B In Assets To Fund Buybacks, Cut Debt
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SoftBank To Liquidate Up To $41B In Assets To Fund Buybacks, Cut Debt

Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group is taking steps it thinks will strengthen its balance sheet. Over the next four quarters, the technology...

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Fannie, Freddie Helping Coronavirus-Impacted Landlords Avoid Foreclosure
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Fannie, Freddie Helping Coronavirus-Impacted Landlords Avoid Foreclosure

The federal government is taking a major step to help apartment owners who have renters facing eviction because of the coronavirus. The Federal...

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CRE Grapples With 'Nuclear Winter' As Sublease Inventory Rises
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CRE Grapples With 'Nuclear Winter' As Sublease Inventory Rises

One of the effects of the coronavirus pandemic appears to be an increase in sublease inventory up and down the West Coast, which is itself a...

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Lenders Encouraged To Play Nice As Coronavirus Hammers Economy
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Lenders Encouraged To Play Nice As Coronavirus Hammers Economy

The global spread of the coronavirus is the unexpected event the U. S. commercial real estate industry feared would halt the country's longest...

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Even As Employment Drops, Mega-Retailers Ramp Up Hiring
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Even As Employment Drops, Mega-Retailers Ramp Up Hiring

Economists' forecasts for the U. S. economy are all over the map, but they are generally pessimistic, as many as 5 million jobs lost and a $1.5...

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Major Multifamily Group Urges 90-Day Eviction, Rent Increase Freeze
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Major Multifamily Group Urges 90-Day Eviction, Rent Increase Freeze

The National Multifamily Housing Council says apartment firms should consider temporarily halting evictions, avoiding rent increases and waiving...

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The Long-Term Perks Of Remote Work
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The Long-Term Perks Of Remote Work

As of just a year ago, the business world could only speculate that the future of work would be remote. Now, in a baptism by fire, companies around...

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Amid COVID-19, Here's How These Execs Found Optimism
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Amid COVID-19, Here's How These Execs Found Optimism

To be clear, there is nothing good about a pandemic. But while the next year holds great uncertainty for commercial real estate, study after study...

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Property Managers Are Pivoting In Real Time To Respond To Coronavirus
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Property Managers Are Pivoting In Real Time To Respond To Coronavirus

Property managers all over the U. S. are scrambling to deal with the evolving coronavirus outbreak, and how to protect both owners and tenants from...

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Amid Massive Sell-Off, Marriott CEO Tells Investors
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Amid Massive Sell-Off, Marriott CEO Tells Investors

The world's largest hotel company, Marriott International, has been hit particularly hard as the coronavirus has stopped people from traveling, but...

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Trump Eyes Big Increase In EB-5 Visas To Boost Economy
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Trump Eyes Big Increase In EB-5 Visas To Boost Economy

As unprecedented financial turmoil continues, President Donald Trump is reportedly weighing a proposal to significantly expand immigration through...

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CRE Investing And Coronavirus — Where’s Safe, Where’s Not?
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CRE Investing And Coronavirus — Where’s Safe, Where’s Not?

Coronavirus is rattling markets far beyond the New York Stock Exchange. In the face of widespread economic panic, investors may be wondering where...

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Costco Ups Its Last-Mile Game With $1B Purchase Of Logistics Operator
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Costco Ups Its Last-Mile Game With $1B Purchase Of Logistics Operator

Costco Wholesale has completed the acquisition of Innovel Solutions, a last-mile logistics specialist. The warehouse grocery chain paid $1B in cash...

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‘You Cannot Buy A Building Until This Is Over'
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‘You Cannot Buy A Building Until This Is Over'

In just one week, the coronavirus has turned full blown flight to safety for investors into much more of a wait-and-see approach toward commercial...

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SoftBank Balks At $3B Purchase Of WeWork Shares
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SoftBank Balks At $3B Purchase Of WeWork Shares

SoftBank Group Corp., long a major investor in WeWork, reportedly wants out of part of its bailout deal with the coworking company. The company...

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The Coronavirus Is About To Test The Benefits, And Limits, Of Teleworking
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The Coronavirus Is About To Test The Benefits, And Limits, Of Teleworking

The coronavirus pandemic is having corporations and office landlords scrambling like the average consumer. But instead of toilet paper, they are...

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'They Don't Expect Me To Know What I Know'
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'They Don't Expect Me To Know What I Know'

Vanessa Mai oversees the data management and planning for the thousands of commercial real estate projects that JPMorgan Chase lends on each year....

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Judy Guarino, Northeast Executive Director, Commercial Mortgage Lending
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Judy Guarino, Northeast Executive Director, Commercial Mortgage Lending

Judy Guarino is the regional manager for Commercial Term Lending's Northeast Commercial Mortgage Lending group, responsible for executing the CML...

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Alison Ramsey, Executive Director Of Multifamily Lending
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Alison Ramsey, Executive Director Of Multifamily Lending

For over 15 years, Alison Ramsey has provided financing for multifamily properties in Southern California. Ramsey's team of originators, which is...

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16 Questions With The Habitat Co. President Matt Fiascone
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16 Questions With The Habitat Co. President Matt Fiascone

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

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Lynnette Antosh, Managing Director, Multifamily Lending
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Lynnette Antosh, Managing Director, Multifamily Lending

As JPMorgan Chase's managing director for SoCal multifamily, Lynnette Antosh oversees the largest multifamily portfolio for the nation's largest...

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Court Decision Means California Cities Must Prioritize Affordable Housing On Surplus Land
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Court Decision Means California Cities Must Prioritize Affordable Housing On Surplus Land

California's largest cities are indeed subject to its Surplus Land Act, which says cities must prioritize affordable housing on surplus publicly...

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Carl Icahn Says Commercial Real Estate Market Will ‘Blow Up’
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Carl Icahn Says Commercial Real Estate Market Will ‘Blow Up’

Shopping malls and office buildings are becoming prime targets for short sellers, who are betting on a possible wave of defaults in the sector soon...

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Pandemic Might Put The Kibosh On Anbang's $5.8B Hotel Portfolio Sale
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Pandemic Might Put The Kibosh On Anbang's $5.8B Hotel Portfolio Sale

The perilous state of the hospitality industry might doom plans by Anbang Insurance Group to sell 15 U. S. luxury hotels to Mirae Asset Global...

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CRE Could Benefit From The Fed Cutting Interest Rates To Near-Zero Levels — If Things Reopen
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CRE Could Benefit From The Fed Cutting Interest Rates To Near-Zero Levels — If Things Reopen

CRE Could Benefit From The Fed Cutting Interest Rates To Near-Zero Levels - If Things Reopen In an attempt to boost the vulnerable U. S. economy...

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The Cleaning Industry Ramps Up To Flight COVID-19 At Commercial Properties, But It Might Fail
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The Cleaning Industry Ramps Up To Flight COVID-19 At Commercial Properties, But It Might Fail

As business and property owners take precautions against the spread of the novel coronavirus, many say they are "deep cleaning" their spaces while...

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Managing Properties In The Age Of Coronavirus
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Managing Properties In The Age Of Coronavirus

To cut through the hysteria surrounding the novel coronavirus, Bisnow will be hosting a free webinar for property managers on how to face a...

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