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Meridian Markets Software for Building Management
While the economic slowdown has curtailed construction, a California firm that sells software solutions for managing capital building projects is counting on the need to reduce risk to spur demand for the technology.
Las Vegas Rolls Snake Eyes
Like a craps player who tosses a winner with every roll of the dice, the Las Vegas economy had been on a long hot streak.
A Passion for Hotels
Tu-Uyen Do Age: 24 Degree: Master of Management in Hospitality College: Cornell University School of Hotel Administration Long-term career goal: Own private
Dimming Job Prospects for Class of'08
What a difference a year makes. Last spring, armed with master's degrees and plenty of ambition, graduates of top real estate programs across the country
Entrepreneurial Spirit
Andrea Ivory Age: 38 Degree: Master of Science in Real Estate, and MBA College: Robinson College of Business Georgia State University; Stanford Graduate
Green Ambitions
Eric Bishop-Berry Age: 23 Degree: Master of Real Estate College: Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Long-term career goal: Rejuvenate communities
Quicken Loans Approves Detroit
The Motor City may want to celebrate with a victory lap. The city's efforts to court technology-based businesses and expand its job base are beginning
Developers Bet $10 Billion on Atlantic City
Casino revenues in Atlantic City are declining for the first time in history, but that isn't deterring three major developers from spending billions of
Downtown Los Angeles Goes Upscale
Less than a decade ago, downtown Los Angeles was pocked with vacant eyesores aging office and industrial buildings emptied out in the 1990s during an
Experts at NAREIT Convention Urge Caution
Fallout from the credit crunch and housing market decline will make REITs more volatile over the next year or two, but they will be in a strong position going forward
Multi-Family Demand Surges Amid Turbulence in Mortgage Market
Apartment properties remain one of the strongest investments in the commercial real estate market, says Brian McAuliffe, managing director and chief investment officer
Vegas Tries for 3-Point Play
Developers have upped the stakes in Las Vegas' quest for a professional sports franchise with a proposed 20,000-seat arena. Already the project has boosted
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