Commercial Real Estate
- Free Green Building Seminar on 9/23: Constructing Green Building’s Legal Foundation: Regulatory Approaches and Practical Solutions for a Sustainable Future
- Report: Commercial real estate should sit tight--it's gonna be a while.
- CRE sales will pick up, but values expected to stay flat through '12.
- Hotels & retail properties make up more than 63% of largest problem loans.
- Consumer shift to value affecting anchor tenant mix.
- Job losses create office space deals.
- Commission to vote on SFPD Chief Gascón's power.
- Supervisor Campos has busy freshman year.
- BART changes off-peak service reductions as of Monday, September 14th.
- S.F. ban on tobacco in drugstores survives.
- SF GOP opposes sanctuary legislation.
- Late steel threatens Bay Bridge construction schedule.
- Doyle Drive ramps to close again this weekend.
- Yet another harbinger of doom for print media: 40 papers have dropped out of City's racks, Many have likely ceased to exist.
- Newsom sitting in prime location, in Pelosi's box with some Kennedy's
- Sweet Melissa: Fate of past projects hangs in limbo.
- SamTrans eliminates seven bus routes, hikes fares by 25 cents.
- Marin County Strawberry design panel has three vacancies.
- Palo Alto developer losing $340 million bet with CalPERS money.
- California lawmakers pass a raft of bills as session winds down.
- Watch out for an increased fee on bottles and cans.
- George Skelton: State help for firefighters 'a heavy lift'.
- California cities, counties wary of bill to limit bankruptcy filings.
- Inflation: Inflated fears?
- A year after Lehman, Wall Street's acting like Wall Street again.
- U.S. recession ends, jobless outlook bleak.
- A comment on the deficit and national debt.
- FED Beige Book: Reports from the 12 Federal Reserve Districts indicate that economic activity continued to stabilize in July and August.
- Geithner sounds more confidence on recovery.
- 8 things you need to know about LEED credentialing changes.
- Renewable power: People love it, but devil is in the details.
- Nanomaterials: Why your company should sweat the small stuff.