- Four New York Plaza office tower hits the market
Four New York Plaza, a 22-story, 1.1-million-square-foot office building at the tip of Lower Manhattan in the Financial District, is up for sale. CBRE’s Darcy
- These are the largest Class B and C office buildings in Greater Baltimore
All data comes from MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC, CoStar and Baltimore Business Journal research.
- Florida Funders-backed company makes its first acquisition, eyes more for 2021
The new venture from College Hunks Hauling Junk founders has taken its next step in the startup world.
- Investigators are narrowing in on a root cause of this month’s Red Line train pull-apart
The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission said on Tuesday that the preliminary investigation into this month’s Red Line train pull-apart may have been a repeat of
- Fashion co. emerges from bankruptcy with 200,000 s/f Empire State Building lease
Centric Brands, a fashion company that designs and sells brands ranging from Calvin Klein to Under Armour, is set to emerge from bankruptcy with a
- Long Reach Village Center revitalization advances with new leases, including grocer
The shopping center has been under county control since 2014 and today is about 70% leased.
- Texas developer pitches $1.4B development near city seaport
Howard Hughes Corp. is proposing a $1.4 billion development in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport District, the latest attempt to transform a lot that has been
- Benchmark’s Bill Gurley: We’ll now back startups without offices
Bill Gurley of Benchmark (Getty; Unsplash) No office, no problem, according to one of Silicon Valley’s major tech investors. In a concerning turn for commercial
- RCC Associates names Robyn Raphael-Dynan president
The general contractor has experienced strong growth in recent years.
- Spain’s Allfunds Bank to open first US office in Miami
It’s the company’s first representative office in North America.
- Here’s a look at the Cordish Companies’ new Spark coworking space in Kansas City
Here’s a closer look at Kansas City’s newest coworking facility from the Baltimore developer.
- Get to know Nicholas Glover, a 2020 40 Under 40 honoree
Nicholas Glover is a 2020 40 Under 40 honoree.
- CitizenM debuts in Washington with new SW D.C. hotel. Take a look inside.
The region’s newest hotel option, the first local outpost of the citizenM brand out of Europe, has opened in Southwest D.C. The 252-room CitizenM Washington
- Office Envy: How medtech company OnMed is heading back to the office while fighting Covid
For innovative startups and technology companies across the globe, the novel coronavirus pandemic has been an opportunity to pivot and prove innovation remains strong in
- Slim Chickens plans first Greater Washington restaurant — across the street from a Chick-fil-A
Chicken, waffles and fried pickles? Coming soon to Bowie.
- Trump, Biden campaigns lawyer up to take the election to court in Florida, rest of U.S.
President Donald Trump and Joe Biden are still battling to get votes, but they’re also gearing up to fight over how the votes are counted,
- New Baltimore architecture hub opens at downtown’s One Charles Center next week
AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation will be joined by “allied groups” inside the state-of-the-art Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design.
- Florida reports 5,557 new COVID-19 cases, most in over two months
Florida on Thursday reported the most infections on any day since the state tallied 6,352 cases on Aug. 15.
- “The Great One” lists Thousand Oaks mansion
Former NHL superstar and Los Angeles King Wayne Gretzky is selling the Thousand Oaks estate he and his wife Janet built 20 years years ago.
- Politics & property: How election results could affect REITs
With third-quarter earnings seasons just around the corner, REIT analysts took a look at the sectors of the industry that are most likely to benefit
- SL Green’s leasing increases, but so do concessions to office tenants
SL Green, the city’s largest office landlord, signed 33 new deals between July and September—two more than a year ago—but the terms have become increasingly
- Park dedicated to 102-year-old veteran Millie Bailey in Columbia opens this week
A town square dedicated to a living 102-year-old World War II veteran will officially open Thursday in Columbia, Maryland. The Vivian C. “Millie” Bailey Neighborhood
- Developer moves ahead on sprawling Queens affordable housing complex
Arker Companies is moving forward with another building at its extensive affordable-housing complex in Edgemere. The developer has filed plans with the Department of Buildings for
- MoCo again cautions stricter Covid-related business restrictions could be coming
Maryland’s most populous jurisdiction is seeing an uptick in cases.
- Florida falls out of top five states for unemployment claims following significant drop
Florida has fallen out of the top five states for unemployment claims for the first time in months.