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Boston Properties (BXP) signs extension lease in Santa Monica

Boston Properties, Inc. BXP signed a 140,000 square foot extension lease at the Santa Monica Business Park in Santa Monica, California. The tenant is a technology company. The lease reflects strong demand for this campus and the opportunity for the West Los Angeles submarket. Located in the heart of the …

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Feds Slam Real Estate Co. to delay construction of ICE

Law360 (June 3, 2021, 4:39 p.m. EDT) – The United States General Service Administration has asked the Federal Claims Court to finalize its decision upholding a lease for an immigration agency’s offices, claiming that the arguments of a real estate company to have this contract examined are unsuccessful. The claims …

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Workspace in UK posts first annual loss in 12 years following pandemic

Business bankruptcies in England and Wales fell to their lowest level in more than 30 years at the start of 2021, with government support helping companies avoid bankruptcy. With employees and consumers stranded at home by lockdowns, however, companies have been struggling to cut costs and are investing little. Workspace …

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Launch of the Lancaster luminaire from the Trung Thuy group and the Takashimaya subsidiary, Toshin Development, in Hong Kong

As part of the agreement, Asia Bankers Club, Ashton hawks and Golden Emperor are the designated official agents for overseas quota sales and will exclusively promote the Lancaster luminaire from Hanoi in all foreign markets outside Vietnam, with Hong Kong as the first stop. A complex of luxury apartments, offices …

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NYCHA’s Use of Commercial Spaces Leaves Experts Confused

At least 65 retail spaces are tagged as vacant in March. (Getty, iStock) New York City’s massive social housing system includes nearly 170,000 apartments serving more than 350,000 people, or 1 in every 15 city residents, spread across more than 2,000 buildings. But while the New York City Housing Authority’s …

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Sedgwick article

Mr. James OngCEO of Sedgwick Asia The ripple effects of the latest outbreaks and mutated variants of the virus are having a huge impact on global efforts to contain and eradicate the virus. In Asia, many countries including Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and India are facing their third …

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UAE Real Estate Market Outlook

Dubai – The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has had the biggest impact on global economic activity since World War II. While global GDP is estimated to have shrunk by 3.3% in 2020, this rate of contraction is significantly lower than the worst-case scenarios predicted at the start of the …

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Park Rapids board ‘denies denial’ of Larson’s planning requests

At their May 18 meeting, the planning committee voted 3-2 to recommend that city council reject a double waiver request from Steve Larson. The deviations were to exceed the maximum of 12 apartments allowed by city code and operate without the required 1.5 parking spaces per unit. The applications supported …

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35 box office flops that are definitely worth watching

Screenshot: Speed ​​Racer / Warner Bros. The gravestone of British impresario Malcolm McLaren reads: “Better a spectacular failure than a benign success. So that’s fine in life and, sometimes, in the movies. Hollywood does a lot of movies. Most of them are not good. Sometimes the good guys make money …

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With new funds to tackle homelessness along the way, old problems persist

At a City Council hearing on homelessness in Baltimore, many of the presentations were upbeat and forward-looking. Officials testified that millions of federal dollars were becoming available for affordable housing and homeless assistance, the issuance of 278 new federal housing vouchers by the Housing Authority, and the city’s contracts to …

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