Denise Kalette

Denise
Kalette
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Class of 2011: University of Denver Grad Has the Midas Touch
Michael Golden is still a grad student at the University of Denver until June, when he will collect his MBA in real estate and finance. But the 26-year-old
New Hotel Technology Likely to Bring Sticker Shock
The need for a new generation of computers, data centers and security equipment for the nation’s hotels is driving up the expense of technology in the hospitality industry, says Mitesh Shah
Lenders Provide $837 Million to Finance Ventas Deal
Three lenders have helped Ventas (NYSE: VTR), the health care real estate investment trust (REIT) assume $837 million in existing mortgage debt to support its acquisition of Atria Senior Living Group.
Detroit Fights for New Business With $270 Million Convention Center Expansion
A $270 million transformation under way at Detroit’s Cobo Conference & Exhibition Center is already paying off.
Office Towers Don’t Have to Be New to Be Energy Efficient
Two prominent towers in the nation’s Heartland, both built in the 1980s, are demonstrating that office buildings need not be new to be energy efficient, stellar performers.
Federal Government Sues Deutsche Bank and Subsidiary, Alleging Fraud in Mortgage Originations
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a civil mortgage fraud lawsuit against Deutsche Bank AG and its subsidiary, MortgageIT Inc., for allegedly making “false certifications” to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Amazon Boasts New Headquarters
It has been a long journey from the garage of Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, to the gleaming, 1.9 million sq. ft. campus the book behemoth occupies
Mon Dieu! Prices Rise on the French Riviera
Feeling an urge to slip away to a chic little apartment in Cap Ferrat on the French Riviera, or to snap up a few units in Monaco as an investment in the casino paradise?
Savanna Sews Up $550 Million Private Equity Fund as it Clinches Trophy Deals in New York
Savanna Investment Management LLC, a New York-based institutional real estate private equity and asset management firm, has taken New York by storm in recent months, snapping up such familiar properties as 386 Park Avenue South, a 20-story, 260,000 sq. ft. office tower in Midtown South and 5 Hanover Square, a 25-story office building in the Financial District.
Science of Survival: Tiny Quakes Reveal Deadly Patterns
Scientists labor to find clues that could serve as early warnings to predict when earthquakes will occur and thereby reduce the loss of life.
The Morphing Brokerage: Companies Reinvent Themselves as They Battle for Clients
When a distressed portfolio of 13 former Mervyns stores came to market in California and Arizona recently, several of the nation’s biggest brokerages competed for the deal, valued at more than $100 million.
Top 25 Brokerages
The past year has been a very good one for many of the nation's top brokerages. Revenues rose substantially at several brokerage firms as the commercial
Hotel Borrowers Caught In ‘No Man’s Land’ As Default Looms
Some hotel borrowers are venting their frustration over special servicers’ unavailability for advice at the same time the hoteliers face the threat of default.
Has the Price of Going Green Really Dropped? Some Hoteliers See Red
The sticker shock for going green is becoming easier to bear, according to some panelists at the Hunter Hotel Conference held last week in Atlanta.
TriBridge Residential's Tompkins Emphasizes Trust and Returns
When Michael Tompkins, managing partner at Atlanta-based TriBridge Residential LLC, visits a banker to line up funding for a new multifamily project,
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