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BBG Expands Executive Leadership Team

DALLAS—Chris Belknap joins the firm as CFO, while Chris Roach and Richard Dagnall are promoted to add service-line power in their respective roles as president of valuation and advisory services, and president of assessment.

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  • BBG Expands Executive Leadership Team

    DALLAS—Chris Belknap joins the firm as CFO, while Chris Roach and Richard Dagnall are promoted to add service-line power in their respective roles as president of valuation and advisory services, and president of assessment.

  • Five Tax Traps for Foreign Investors

    BOSTON—Federal tax laws that apply to nonresident foreign investors are very often quite different—and more onerous—than those applicable to US citizens and foreign residents, writes attorney William F. Griffin Jr. in this EXCLUSIVE commentary.

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    Polevoy Joins Patterson Belknap Law Firm

    NEW YORK CITY—Veteran real estate attorney Jason T. Polevoy has joined the law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP as counsel in its real estate department.

  • Big Picture—What Could We See in 2016?

    LOS ANGELES—While there may be some domestic changes in 2016, continued foreign investment in US real estate seems almost assured, influenced heavily by economic and social instabilities abroad, say sources in this EXCLUSIVE commentary.

  • Maguire Hayden Acquires Conshohocken Office Property

    CONSHOHOCKEN, PA—An affiliate of Maguire Hayden Real Estate Company has acquired 300 Four Falls, a seven-story West Conshohocken office property, for $98.4 million. The national real estate practice of Philadelphia law firm Cozen O'Connor represented Maguire Hayden in the transaction.

  • Be Vigilant Following ‘Reverse CEQA' Ruling

    SAN FRANCISCO—The recent ruling confirms a fundamental limitation on the reach and scope of CEQA analysis and mitigation requirements, but developers shouldn't get too comfortable, Miller Starr Regalia's Arthur Coon tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.

  • Mandarin Oriental Looks to Finalize $140M Boston Hotel Buy

    BOSTON—Mandarin Oriental International Limited reports it hopes to secure court approval sometime in the first quarter of this year for its $140-million acquisition of the Mandarin Oriental Boston hotel.

  • Complexity of Bankruptcy for Shopping Center Tenants

    Landlords and tenants within shopping centers have a lot to know and a lot to keep in mind both when negotiating leases and dealing with them in bankruptcy proceedings, say sources in this EXCLUSIVE commentary on the subject.

  • Hotel Condominiums: Federal Courts Dismiss Antitrust Claims

    CHICAGO—While courts have dismissed antitrust suits brought against developers by homeowner associations at hotel condos, they have chosen not to publish their decisions, making it difficult to establish a precedent, writes attorney Shelley Smith in this EXCLUSIVE commentary.

  • Rosenberg & Estis Hires Industry Attorney

    NEW YORK CITY—Most recently at his own firm after a stint at another CRE legal provider, the attorney now is set to serve as of counsel on transactions.

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Where Will SD’s Industrial Tenants Go?

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Where Will SD’s Industrial Tenants Go?

SAN DIEGO—The limited supply of inventory throughout San Diego’s central submarkets may continue to push occupiers to the extreme edges of the county—Otay Mesa, Oceanside and East County—JLL’s Joe Anderson tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.

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