Bailey Webb

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SIOR study setting standards
WASHINGTON, D.C. If money talks, then the commercial real estate brokerage industry must be screaming. In the first phase of an extensive study, the Society
technotes
Trammell Crow takes the lead in D.C.'s NoMa submarket There are two sides to the telecom hotel development coin in the NoMa submarket of Washington, D.C.
George Jetson + Dick Tracy + Luke Skywalker = Jim Young
The president of The Jamesan Group/REApplications chats about Realcomm and the latest technological innovations in real estate. For the next month and
Industrial roundup
DENVER and RALEIGH, N.C. — Denver-based ProLogis has closed its second North American property fund, while CB Richard Ellis brokers recently represented
Kennedy-Wilson brokers Long Island deal
NEW YORK — Los Angeles-based Kennedy Wilson Inc. represented Lighthouse 2001 LLC in its sale of 2001 Marcus Ave., to Lincinvest I LLC. The 212,390 sq.
LoopNet, PropertyFirst merge
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES — After months of speculation, LoopNet and PropertyFirst.com have merged. The move sets up an epic battle for Internet dominance
McDonald ties up leases in Orlando and Atlanta
ATLANTA — McDonald Development has leased more than 155,000 sq. ft. to four companies at three office parks located here and in Orlando, Fla. Ryder Logistics
Gemini developing Oneida Lakes Outlet Village
NEW YORK — Gemini Development LLC has announced plans to develop Oneida Lakes Outlet Village, a 450,000 sq. ft. outlet shopping center at the intersection
Trammell Crow lands more telecom development in metro D.C.
TYSON’S CORNER, Va. — The local office of Dallas-based Trammell Crow Co. will develop two buildings for Denver-based Qwest Communications at Dulles International
LaSalle Hotel Properties acquires four D.C. hotels
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bethesda, Md.-based LaSalle Hotel Properties has acquired four full-service hotels with 502 guestrooms in downtown Washington, D.C.
Cohen Financial Banking on Bluewire
CHICAGO and NEW YORK The onslaught of online lenders shook the world at the end of 1999 and beginning of 2000, or at least thats what they set out to
technotes
Fear not! VC funds still available for brave telcos Both Fort Lee, N.J.-based Everest Broadband Networks and Palo Alto, Calif.-based Urban-Media have
Equity Office Properties: how to be both big and nimble
Equity Office Properties Trust CIO Scott Morey discusses the Internet and the technological challenges of M&A activity.Like many extraordinarily bright
Savvy Internet traveler? You be the judge
NREI takes a look at commercial real estate's use of the Internet Are you more tech savvy now than you were four years ago? Of course you are, but National
tech NOTES
Hillwood, Archon bring more telecom space to Big D Two of Dallas' business engines are driving more telecom space to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
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