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Masayoshi Son and Katerra's founders Fritz Wolff, Jim Davidson and Michael Marks. (Getty, Katerra)

Inside Katerra’s final days

Katerra’s cash position was “perilous.” Its biggest backer, SoftBank, bailed out the construction startup with a $200 million investment in December. Three months later, Katerra’s primary lender, Greensill Capital, became insolvent, sending the startup’s...

Inside Katerra’s final days
Pacaso’s Spencer Rascoff and Austin Allison (iStock, Pacaso)

Second-home startup Pacaso to offer agents stock

Second-home startup Pacaso plans to offer its agents the company’s future stock on top of their commissions. The firm,...

Second-home startup Pacaso to offer agents stock
Blooma founder Shayne Skaff (LinkedIn, iStock)

CRE fintech startup Blooma nabs $15M in funding

Blooma, a startup that wants to speed up commercial real estate lending by using AI, closed on a $15...

CRE fintech startup Blooma nabs $15M in funding
Latch’s Luke Schoenfelder (Latch, iStock)

Proptech firm Latch gains in first day of trading

Latch is attempting to unlock its potential in the public markets. On Monday, its first day of trading, the...

Proptech firm Latch gains in first day of trading
Katerra’s abrupt closure has left clients and subsidiaries in the lurch. (Getty)

What Katerra’s shutdown means for clients, subsidiaries

Last week, “rumblings” from Katerra workers on a project site in Jersey City reached developer Paul Silverman. He then...

What Katerra’s shutdown means for clients, subsidiaries
Pot legalization sparks tension with landlords
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Pot legalization sparks tension with landlords

These days the scent of cannabis is a common occurrence in most American cities, legalized or not. Liberal use...

Pot legalization sparks tension with landlords
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