Commercial Real Estate and BOMA News
- Commercial recycling laws closer to reality.
- Luxury hotels at risk – Bloomberg video.
- Dan Tishman on CNBC – CRE second shoe to drop.
- New IRS rules may help stave off CMBS defaults and foreclosures.
- Brokers' connections, dealmaking savvy helps LA's Madison Partners weather recession.
- As rents fall on prime streets, retailers seize 'shopportunities'.
- Recession levies hefty punishment on CRE property values.
- Willie Brown: Chances are high pot measure will pass.
- Credo: Starlight Room owner Harry Denton.
- Gap Inc. co-founder Donald Fisher dies.
- Primary? What primary?
- Newsom faults Meg Whitman for 'backward thinking' in her call to suspend state's climate bill.
- Sleepy week for the supes.
- Did you know about DataSF, the central clearinghouse for datasets published by the City & County of San Francisco? If not, check it out, here. Also, take a look at the DataSF App Showcase for your mobile phone!
- Callbuzz: Meg Whitman: California’s No.1 civic scofflaw.
- Tax foundation: California ranks 48th in business climate among 50 states.
- Top GOP gubernatorial candidates joust at convention.
- California immigrants facing deportation find a friend in Dianne Feinstein.
- City Council candidates in San Mateo County reveal campaign contributions.
- Marin's property tax revenue grows $30.7 million, but it's not what it used to be.
- $88 million public safety bond faces voters in San Rafael.
- Congresswoman Jackie Speier's September Journal can be found, here.
- Risky business: States tax the rich at their peril.
- Strauss-Kahn says crisis consequences will last long time.
- Don't bank on your home as an ATM.
- Leaders of G-20 vow to reshape global economy.
- U.S. chain store sales: week ending 9/19/09.
- State and local governments look to lobbyists for an edge in Washington.
- Stocktwits founder Howard Lindzon on the next big thing in social media.
- As subprime lending crisis unfolded, watchdog fed didn't bother barking.
- Are Whitman and Fiorina California dreamin'?
- Clinton says 2010 elections won't be as bad as '94.
- Democrats are jarred by drop in fundraising.
- The reemerging Republican majority?