Commercial Real Estate
- UCSF, developers team up on center.
- CalPERS to buy real estate this year.
- Commercial real estate prices close to “bottom”.
- Moody's: CRE prices increase 1.0% in November, expect further declines.
- US commercial mortgage lenders shun loans in need.
- US commercial property price up in November.
- Are the doomsayers right about a commercial real estate crisis?
- Are commercial real estate prices stabilizing?
- Avalos kills Newsom tax break proposal.
- Examiner Editorial: No job help for SF's battered business sector.
- New push for transparent SF government.
- Vote on pension system overhaul postponed.
- Op-Ed: SFMTA knows city is committed to top-notch transit services.
- Ken Garcia: How The City avoided burning even more fossil fuels & SFMTA running on empty ideas.
- Matier & Ross' recent column can be found, here.
- Willie Brown's weekly column can be found, here.
- Changes at the Rec and Park Commission.
- Taxiing toward taxi reform.
- Parking permit fee hike seen as unfair by residents.
- Van Ness transit boost moving forward.
- Supervisor wants more say over Muni.
- No choice for seismic retrofits.
- Speier, Eshoo say 'no' to Senate health care bill.
- Burlingame aims to address cuts.
- Burlingame water, sewer, garbage fees going up, then up again.
- Controller: State will run out of cash in April.
- Assembly Speaker Karen Bass: Pensions and more should be 'on the table'.
- California Democrats revive universal health plan.
- Union leader warns Dems about budget resolve.
- Gas taxes, water bond create political pickle for Schwarzenegger.
- Arnold Schwarzenegger determined to deliver federal money.
- Whitman holds large lead in GOP gubernatorial battle.
- Whitman’s money puts her in not-so-welcome company.
- Villaraigosa says no bankruptcy for Los Angeles.
- Field Poll: The Governor's race.
- Few heed state business study.
- Flat Tax idea revived.
- Whitman chips in another $20 million.
- SF unemployment drops slightly.
- Small business group rebukes Obama Administration over TARP.
- California's unemployment rate stays flat at 12.4%.
- State's 2009 job cuts worst in 20 years.
- City’s streets could be lit with LEDs by 2012.