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Developers Learn the 3-Ds
What happens when the creative teams behind Finding Nemo, Lara Croft Tomb Raider and Dragon Ball close shop for the day? Real estate developers sneak
High Tensions Over Portland High-Rise
One of the last options for Oregon's largest city to create the kind of vibrant environment enjoyed by residents of New York, Paris and other cities is
Lenders and Landlords Still Battling Over Terror Insurance
Score one for landlords. A New York appellate court has struck down a move by lenders who use the threat of default to force owners to purchase additional
Industrial-Strength Investor Appetite
The nation's industrial real estate market is showing signs of a split personality. On one hand, according to CoStar Group, the first quarter's 10.7%
The Magnificent 7
Where is retail real estate headed in 2003? The biggest factor in the equation, of course, is the overall health of the economy. As 2002 drew to a close,
Sony Metreon says it's changing, not failing
Closure of several tenants at one of America's most closely watched entertainment retail venues, Sony Metreon in San Francisco, spawned rumors that the
FOX Sports' goal: An ESPNZone for regulars
For the FOX Sports Grill, a new concept debuting this month in Scottsdale, Ariz., don't think Planet Hollywood. The restaurant/bar is partly owned by
The story is as old as Hollywood. Boy meets girl. Illness threatens to take girl from boy. Girl gets better and boy and girl live happily ever after.
San Francisco Music Box changes tune
Just about everything is new at San Francisco Music Box Co. new owners, a new president and even a new store prototype all part of a strategy to reclaim
Pasadena's Little Jewel
Few companies want to be regarded as the developer of last resort, but executives at Starwood Wasserman don't mind. They seem, in fact, to glory in the
The benefits of Cross Promotion
Certainly a major attraction of adding residential to retail uses is the provision of a built-in customer base. Unfortunately, convenience isn't everything.
California: The Show Must Go On
California may be feeling more than its share of pain from the nationwide recession, but you would never know it from looking at the state's retail industry.
San Francisco takes a spin on real estate roller coaster
Is it the advent of calamity or the return of sanity? That's the question San Francisco Bay Area observers are asking as the colossal real estate boom
Pasadena Style
What do the Pasadena Symphony, California Institute of Technology, the Norton Simon Museum, Tournament of Roses and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory have
Energy crisis
The big question of the moment concerns the energy crisis, which has sent the price of electricity spiraling upward. To this point, says John Gianulias,
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