Morris Newman

Articles by Morris Newman
Hotels Bloom In Atlanta
Hotels are blooming in Atlanta, the economic hub of the Southeast. At least six hotels and 4,000 new hotel rooms have come on line over the past two years
Lane Co. Launches Investment Fund To Purchase Apartment Properties
Eric Hade is looking for a few good apartment complexes, and the youthful vice president of capital markets for Atlanta-based Lane Co. can afford them
San Diego's Rx for Malaise
The recession has dealt San Diego a tough hand. Most of the cards, including the office market, multifamily, lower-end industrial and hospitality, are
Is There Light for Dark Space?
With the number of national retail chains seeking bankruptcy protection growing this year, landlords are facing a very limited field of new tenants. Although
$150 Million Power Play
The notion of cities paying for expensive sports facilities on behalf of rich team owners remains controversial in many communities. Not every city could
No Assurance Government Bailout Will Work, Expert Panel Concludes
LOS ANGELES — Congressional approval of the $700 billion financial-system “bailout” earlier this week has failed to calm the jitters of five prominent financial professionals, who said they remained vexed by both a paralyzed banking system and the possibility of prolonged recession during a Tuesday evening conference in Los Angeles.
Why Not All Investors Are California Dreamin'
Movie star Cary Grant once remarked that a luxurious castle on the California coast was a great place to spend the Depression. In a similar vein, investors
Hotel-Condos: A Broken Promise?
Summertime in Las Vegas might be more scorching this year than usual due to the heat from a growing number of condo hotel lawsuits.
Financial Setbacks Stymie Developers' Grand Plans
It's fingernail-biting time for developers pursuing projects above $100 million as tight-fisted lenders' appetite for risk abates.
Housing, Subprime Woes Take a Toll On Retailers
Like floodwaters escaping from a damaged levee, troubles in the housing market are spilling over into the retail real estate sector. Cash-strapped homeowners
Mormon Church Is Taking Mixed-Use to New Heights_0411
Cement started to pour in March on the first portion of what city officials call the largest-ever commercial development in Salt Lake City. The $1.5 billion
Office Fallout in Orange County
The ill winds of the housing market are having far-reaching effects on commercial real estate in Southern California, where some economists predict home
Riverside's New Image: Growing Office Hub
Once famous for producing navel oranges and starter homes, Riverside, Calif. is the latest suburb to fall inside the restlessly expanding boundaries of
Wind Power Blows Hot in Real Estate Community
The propeller-like blades of wind turbines are finding their way to the rooftops of corporate headquarters, high-rise residential towers, government structures
Today's Broker: Advisor & Mentor
Real estate brokers have long proclaimed their industry is becoming a knowledge profession so often, in fact, that some industry watchers might be tempted to dismiss such statements as hype.
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