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Hudson’s Bay CEO Richard Baker (Credit: Getty; iStock)

“Corporate shell game”: Special servicer says Hudson’s Bay undermined $850M loan

The special servicer for an $850 million CMBS deal has accused Hudson’s Bay Company of engaging in a “clandestine...

“Corporate shell game”: Special servicer says Hudson’s Bay undermined $850M loan
Construction industry looks for solid ground

Construction industry looks for solid ground

In the best of times, construction is a complicated business. Labor problems, demanding developers, financing issues, bad weather —...

Construction industry looks for solid ground
A Wework location in Beijing on May 6, 2020 (Credit: Wang Zhao/AFP via Getty Images)

WeWork’s rental woes slam CMBS market

WeWork’s efforts to renegotiate several of its leases and skip rent payments is causing the price of bonds backed by payments from the company to plummet. Many WeWork tenants have requested rent relief or...

WeWork’s rental woes slam CMBS market
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CMBS debt relief inquiries fall in late April, but worst is yet to come, new report says

After facing a tidal wave of relief requests in the first half of April, loan servicers saw a dip...

CMBS debt relief inquiries fall in late April, but worst is yet to come, new report says
Carl Icahn (Credit: Icahn by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for New York Times; iStock; Matthew D. Wilson/Wikimedia Commons)

Investors who shorted malls stand to make out big

The coronavirus pandemic may be the final nail in the coffin for some retailers and shopping malls. For certain...

Investors who shorted malls stand to make out big
Phil Denny, 240 N. Ashland (Credit: Google Maps)

“King of the West Loop” could soon be facing a cash crunch

Real estate investor Phil Denny has a problem. One of his anchor tenants, the photo and video production arm...

“King of the West Loop” could soon be facing a cash crunch
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