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Oceanwide battles to hang on to LA megaproject
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Oceanwide battles to hang on to LA megaproject

Oceanwide wanted the American dream. And it wanted it from coast to coast — Manhattan to L.A. The firm,...

Oceanwide battles to hang on to LA megaproject
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LA, Boston lead office recovery as Chicago and SF lag: report

The office leasing market is slowly climbing out of the pandemic-driven downturn that made working from home ubiquitous across...

LA, Boston lead office recovery as Chicago and SF lag: report
Albert Behler and 1301 Sixth Avenue (Google Maps and Getty)
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Paramount Group posts $16M quarterly loss

Albert Behler, CEO of Paramount Group and patient father to its Midtown offices, still expects his underperforming kids to turn things around. “Every child has a different character. So every building has a different...

Paramount Group posts $16M quarterly loss
Rents are already rebounding in San Francisco and may soon surpass pre-pandemic levels (iStock)
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San Francisco rents rebounded in first half of 2021

San Francisco rents have rebounded dramatically this year, according to a new report from Apartment List. In June, median...

San Francisco rents rebounded in first half of 2021
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Bay Area luxury market soars in Q2

San Mateo County’s median home price exceeded $2 million in the second quarter, the first county in the Bay Area to pass that milestone, as luxury home sales across the region gained, according to...

Bay Area luxury market soars in Q2
Rubicon Point Partners Managing Partners Ani Vartanian and Razmig Boladian (LinkedIn, iStock)
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Rubicon targets SF, Seattle office space with $230M fund

Rubicon Point Partners has high hopes for a pair of distressed, remote-friendly office markets. The real estate investment firm...

Rubicon targets SF, Seattle office space with $230M fund
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