The Real Deal Miami

Palm Beach County projects face foreclosure, commercial real estate recovery to start in 2011 … and more

June 12, 2009 06:16PM

1. Palm Beach County projects face foreclosure [SFBJ], [SFBJ] and [GlobeSt]
2. South Florida Science Museum expansion plans stalled by financial difficulties [Sun-Sentinel]
3. Nokia Siemens renews 71,812-square-foot lease in Boca Raton [Palm Beach Post]
4. Miami-based yacht manufacturer Bertram looking to relocate, could leave Florida [Miami Today]
5. Florida Supreme Court task force seeks comments about foreclosure problems [Sun-Sentinel]
6. Miami commercial market staying strong amid downturn [Property Wire]
7. Coconut Grove artist opens gallery [Miami Herald]
8. New residential developments in Miami remain unoccupied [Miami New Times]
9. Local projects face foreclosure [SFBJ], [SFBJ] and [SFBJ]
10. Marimekko Miami holding opening party Saturday [Urban Daddy]
11. Fort Lauderdale businessman takes loss on Bahamas resort project [SFBJ]
12. Florida hit harder than other states by recession [SFBJ]
13. Florida’s economy will grow, report says [Miami Herald]
14. Bondholders face commercial mortgage losses [Bloomberg]
15. Commercial real estate recovery to start in 2011 [Reuters]
16. Deadline to oppose GM sale coming up this week [WSJ]
17. Bond investors getting ready to invest in distressed home loans [WSJ]
18. Top commercial mortgage-backed securities likely to retain high ratings [Reuters]
19. Will empty big-box stores ever be filled [Reuters]
20. Lehman to pay Barclays $6 million for furniture [Bloomberg]
21. Mortgage rates surpass 5.5 percent [WSJ]