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Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

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Week in Review for March 22-28: CommonWealth REIT Confirms Removal of Board of Trustees: A group of investors led by Corvex and Related Cos. have pushed for the change in leadership. Shopping Center Spin-Offs Driven by ‘Pure-Play’ REIT Craze: Following a…

The Mensch & Schlemiel of the Week

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Mensch:  Noun, informal. A decent, upright, mature and responsible person.  Schlemiel:  Noun, slang. An awkward, clumsy, or unlucky person whose endeavors tend to fail; a loser. Mensch of the Week: Frank Rolfe, Mobile Home University Meet Frank Rolfe, an owner and investor…

Llenrock Local: Uber-Luxury Condos for Society Hill; King of Prussia Mall Expands; Details of Blatstein’s South Philly Project Emerge

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Please enjoy this week’s edition of the Llenrock Local: It seems that every week brings yet more proposals for high-rise apartments in and around Center City.  This week, the developers of uber-luxurious 1706 Rittenhouse (complete with single-floor residences and an automated parking garage) unveiled plans to construct a $150…

Guest Post from IRR on Real Estate

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Today we’re excited to bring you another guest post from our friends at Integra Realty Resources. Originally published a couple weeks ago on the company’s excellent blog, IRR on Real Estate, here’s a roundup of recent news from the world…

The Mensch & Schlemiel of the Week

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Mensch:  Noun, informal. A decent, upright, mature and responsible person.  Schlemiel:  Noun, slang. An awkward, clumsy, or unlucky person whose endeavors tend to fail; a loser. Mensch of the Week: Simon Property Group  First of all, I want to apologize in advance…

Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

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Week in Review for December 14-20: Following a meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, outgoing Fed chairman Ben Bernanke announces the central bank will begin to wind down its QE3 bond-buying program by reducing its monthly purchase amount from…

Meet the Neighbors

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I talk a lot about the United States’ most active and high-profile CRE markets. New York City, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco have all gotten a lot of attention for their frequent deals, new developments, and economic and population growth.…