The State of Infrastructure 2012
Roadways, railways and a revitalized Panama Canal. Virtually every city in the US is laboring with an infrastructure woefully behind the times. But efforts are afoot nationally (to the extent that federal dollars can help) to upgrade our tattered ribbons of highways, to create high-speed rail and revitalize our ports to accommodate an anticipated new era of container shipping.
NEW YORK CITY—Formerly an SVP at the firm, the appointee boasts nearly 30 years of experience in the shopping center industry.
STAMFORD, CT—The founder of Land and Buildings, which owns 6.1% of the hotel REIT’s stock, voiced his concerns in a letter made public on Monday.
NEW YORK CITY—Arie Barendrecht, founder of the company behind a certification system for commercial buildings’ Internet connectivity, cites committee members’ “broad base of industry knowledge.”
Despite the reports in the press about dysfunction at the White House, and other reports that various major legislation is hung up in Congress, don’t…