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Bank OZK continued aggressive condo lending in Q1

Bank OZK is showing no signs of curbing its construction lending this year. Little Rock-based Bank OZK, formerly known...

Lendlease, L+M bringing 175-unit mixed-use project to seminary site

Morningside Heights — already home to Columbia University’s growing campus — is getting another large mixed-use building. Construction giant Lendlease filed plans for...

Larry Silverstein’s new debt platform sees a “financing gap” in construction lending

Larry Silverstein’s recently launched debt platform sees a “financing gap” in the construction lending space. The investor and developer...

The perks and perils for developers who do their own construction

In 1898, Julius Tishman built a six-story tenement building, ultimately sparking the creation of the family’s development firm, Tishman...

A little Arkansas bank is funding much of SoFla’s condo boom. What could go wrong?

Overlooking a small lake in a quiet area of Mid Beach, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach was pegged as...

Why UK construction giant Carillion declared bankruptcy

A crisis in the U.K.’s construction industry came to a head this week: construction giant Carillion declared bankruptcy this...

The perks and perils for developers who do their own construction

In 1898, Julius Tishman built a six-story tenement building, ultimately sparking the creation of the family’s development firm, Tishman...

Paydirt: The frightened herd of domestic banks has created a very strange condo market

Silly sheep: Overcompensation is a dangerous thing – in driving, dating and the lending business. It’d be one thing...

Banks backing away from apartment projects

Banks are shying away from financing new apartment projects as supply starts to outpace demand.

No bills to build: The construction lending environment is tighter than ever

If you’re a newbie developer looking for financing to build in New York, fuggedaboutit. But uncertainty over a key...

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