Denise Kalette

Articles by Denise Kalette
Mathrani Steers General Growth Following Massive Bankruptcy
In the world of retail real estate, few executives are watched as closely as Sandeep Mathrani, the chief executive officer of Chicago-based General Growth
Manhattan's Colossal Hudson Yards Project Aims to Lure Dot Com Digerati
When developers from the Related Cos. surveyed the 26 acres on the West Side of Manhattan that represent the largest undeveloped tract in New York City,
Major Ports Record Soaring Volume
In a fresh sign of recovering economic activity, a number of major ports report a jump in container traffic volume in January.
Borders Files for Chapter 11 Reorganization Relief
In a move that had been anticipated for months in the commercial real estate industry, Borders Group, the giant book retailer, today announced that it has filed for reorganization relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Commercial Real Estate Groups Laud Government’s New Green Building Initiative
The federal government’s new program to provide incentives for making commercial buildings 20% more energy efficient over the next decade is winning applause
Manhattan’s Colossal Hudson Yards Project Aims to Lure Dot Com ‘Digerati’
When developers from the Related Cos. surveyed the 26 acres on the west side of Manhattan that represent the largest undeveloped tract in New York City, they saw beyond the stored rail cars and the tracks that guide trains to Hudson Yards from Penn Station.
It's Official: AMB, ProLogis to Form $46 Billion Industrial ‘Goliath’
Shareholders of the two biggest companies in the nation’s industrial real estate sphere are expected to approve the merger of the two, a union that would create the dominant firm in the industrial sector.
Banks Slowly Recover After Failures Hit New Record
When federal regulators from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency swarmed into the United Americas Bank in Atlanta last Dec. 17, they executed a quiet but costly Friday night takeover.
CBRE Analysis: Say Goodbye to “Extend and Pretend” as Commercial Real Estate Markets Slowly Recover
The controversial practice of “extend and pretend,” in which regulators grant banks and other lenders wide latitude to extend performing loans while avoiding sharp value write-downs that could otherwise result from marking performing loans to market, is on its way out, according to a new analysis by CB Richard Ellis Econometric Advisors.
Subway Gallops Through Expansion, Adding 500 stores in Fourth Quarter
The Subway restaurant chain has been busy this quarter, opening stores throughout the world.
Office Property Sales Rise Amid Encouraging Economic News
Office properties, which have languished over the course of the economic slowdown amid dismal unemployment figures, are showing some buoyancy.
Deal Flow Mushrooms, But Real Estate Recovery Hinges on Job Growth
The nation’s credit markets are showing early signs of stabilizing after the long and harsh economic crisis, and deal volume across the commercial real estate spectrum is increasing.
NREI and Green Building Council Release Results of 2010 Green Building Survey
One of the most powerful tools a city can use to encourage green development is tax incentives. That’s a key finding of NREI's 2010 Green Building Survey.
Slowly, the Shopping Center Industry is Striding Toward Recovery
ATLANTA —When Gar Herring, president and CEO of Dallas-based developer The MGHerring Group asked a luncheon crowd at the Southeast Conference of the ICSC on Tuesday if they thought the recession was over, an overwhelming majority
Some Swanky Law Offices Shrink as Legal Eagles Go Green
Walls shrouded in forest green, and lined with leather-bound volumes. Spacious, carpeted offices, draped with expensive fabrics and filled with mahogany furniture.
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