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The company that designed the 42-floor Metropolitan Square building, at 211 N. Broadway in downtown St. Louis, is considering moving out of it.
The retail store is set to open in Theobold Street later this year - but it was not consulted about plans to change the time limit in the car park from three to two hours.
The Head of Dwight International School says outside investment means the school will be staying in Shawnigan Lake for a while.
Chris White has landed at DTZ , where he wants to build the Atlanta office into one of the city's top commercial real estate brokerages.
Now that the Joe Louis Arena is destined for the wrecking ball, the city of Detroit faces the tough task of finding deep-pocket investors to develop what real estate analysts and urban planners say is a problematic riverfront property.
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Cisco Systems has renewed its lease for 81,000 square feet at 1 Penn Plaza, the large office tower next to Penn Station.
Several of the city's top investment sales firms made their case this week to win the right to broker the sale of 1.5 million square feet of excess development rights as part of the larger Moynihan Station redevelopment plan, sources told The Real Deal .
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After a record year, transactions in Asia-Pacific commercial-real-estate markets slowed 15 per cent year on year to US$23.1 billion in the first quarter of 2014, according to Jones Lang LaSalle.
Stockland, Australia 's biggest diversified property trust, will focus on developments, rather than acquisitions, to grow its retail property assets by as much as A$2.5 billion in five years.
Nothing is going right for Hangzhou at this moment. Walmart will be closing its Zhaohui store in that city on April 23 as a part of its overall plan to dump marginal locations-about 9% of the total-in China.
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