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How two New York bodegas explain a glut of shopfronts for rent

by Janet Babin Nov 16, 2018
One couldn't afford rent in a hip neighborhood; the other survives on pricey specialties.
American Deli Market in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn recently closed after about 20 years in business.
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Voters in a California city weigh taxing vacant properties to help ease homelessness

by Farida Jhabvala Romero Oct 11, 2018
If the Oakland measure is approved, it would be the state's first such tax.
Homeless advocate Candice Elder checks in with Dorothy Smith at an encampment in Oakland in August. Smith, who raised her children in the city, said her disability benefits are not enough to afford housing.
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Why sports teams are getting into the real estate business

by Andy Uhler Oct 3, 2018
The Green Bay Packers are the latest team seeking gains from a stadium adjacent development.
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Real estate tech firm Opendoor gets cash infusion from SoftBank

by Erika Beras Sep 28, 2018
Here’s a very different way to sell a home from the usual: Go to a website. Plug in your address. Answer a few questions about the house. And wait about 24 hours to see if you get a cash offer.…

California will be a battleground for the rent control debate this November

by Aaron Schrank Jul 10, 2018
According to a poll, 60 percent of California voters favor limits on how much landlords can charge.
A "For Rent" sign is seen on a building Hollywood, California, May 11, 2016.
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Coffee Bean speeds back to New York as retail real estate slows

by Jed Kim Jun 26, 2018
New York or LA? Headlines in recent years have been all about people leaving the Big Apple in droves, heading for SoCal. But sometimes the flow does ebb. Witness the announcement today from LA-based Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. It’s…

Investors are hot on student housing

by Tracey Samuelson Feb 27, 2018
When you think of commercial real estate, big urban skyscrapers or suburban office parks might come to mind. But college towns and university-adjacent apartment buildings are magnets for U.S. investors and many from abroad. Click the audio player above to…

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Trump’s latest hot property: his campaign database

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Oct 27, 2016
All candidates gather data, but Trump has people who've never donated to the GOP before.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks before introducing his newly selected vice presidential running mate Mike Pence, governor of Indiana, during an event at the Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York City. 

 
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Landing on a value for the United States

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 6, 2015
Mapping out how much the United States is worth.