John Jordan

Executive Bio

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years experience in newspaper and web publishing. He is a contributing writer for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com johnjord@aol.com

  • Port Authority Postpones 3 WTC Vote

    NEW YORK CITY—The Port Authority Board of Commissioners decided today to put off the controversial vote on a financing deal valued at more than $1 billion on the construction of the 3 World Trade Center building until its next meeting in May.

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  • CBRE Signs First New Deal at Celebration Building

    CELEBRATION, FL-CBRE reports it has arranged the first lease at the Celebration IV office building at 215 Celebration Place here since TerraCap acquired the property last month.

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  • York Appointed President of Franklin Street Division

    ATLANTA—Franklin Street COO Danny York has been appointed president of the real estate company’s Capital Advisors (FSCA) division based here.

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  • Report Details Center City’s Weaknesses

    PHILADELPHIA—The Center City District, viewed by many as the economic engine that drives the city, is having some issues in terms of its office space and employment in key job creating sectors.

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  • Auction Set for Atlantic City Oceanfront Parcels

    ATLANTIC CITY, NJ—The New Jersey office of AuctionAdvisors together with AJ Wilner Auctions report they will stage a bankruptcy auction of 48 mostly contiguous lots on the oceanfront and South Inlet in Atlantic City on May 21.

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  • Quarry Redevelopment Project in Jeopardy

    CHANTILLY, VA—A proposal to build a massive mixed-use project at the 225-acre Chantilly Crushed Stone quarry here has met with some resistance from Loudoun County officials despite the threat from the property owner to continue quarrying operations for another 50 years if the plan is not approved.

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  • Mixed-Use Project at Library Site to Break Ground

    WASHINGTON, DC—The developer of a proposed mixed-use project at the West End Neighborhood Library site says his firm will break ground soon after the development won a court victory against a Ralph Nader affiliated group that had filed suit to stop it.

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  • Assembly Speaker Urges Support for 3 WTC Plan

    NEW YORK CITY—As Port Authority of New York and New Jersey commissioners are scheduled to debate a financing deal for the 3 World Trade Center project Wednesday, New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has lobbied key officials on both sides of the Hudson River to approve the controversial measure.

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  • Competition Will Be Fierce at Naval Base

    WLLOW GROVE, PA—A total of 10 firms from near and far have expressed interest in a project to redevelop more than 800 acres at the former Naval Air Station-Joint Reserve Base here.

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  • DEP Clears Way for Controversial Project

    OAKLAND, NJ—There is a settlement after three decades of litigation that prevented a residential project from breaking ground here and officials from the neighboring township of Wayne are not too happy about it.

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