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GlobeSt.com Headlines
IRVINE, CA--The drive to provide better hotel-guest services and increase sustainability is creating synergies between technology and hospitality, Pacific Hotel Group's Steve Arnold tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .
SAN FRANCISCO--In Part two of this EXCLUSIVE Q&A, Sedgwick LLP new partner Paula Crow says that the growth here is threatened by the region's inability to continue to support this level of development.
DENVER--The Forest City Enterprises-developed 352-unit apartment community is expected to be completed at the end of September 2014.
LOS ANGELES--The CBRE brokers who negotiated the landmark Beverly Hills land sale, which involved two Chinese entities, tell GlobeSt.com that the transaction was incredibly smooth, GlobeSt.com reports in this UPDATE to a previous story.
SEOUL, South Korea--Having bid twice as much as competitor Samsung, Hyundai Motor Co. says the purchase of the Kepco site for its new HQ and an auto-themed tourist attraction is still a solid investment.
      
CPNOnline.com Headlines
      
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
A growing number of Chinese developers are launching big projects in Western cities, such as the planned $1.63 billion transformation of an abandoned dock in London into a business park.
An unusually strong reading for U.S. new-home sales in August might not be enough to kick the market into higher gear.
Related Cos. is planning a $6.5 billion project in the city of Santa Clara. Taken with two planned skyscraper projects in San Francisco and a mixed-use project in Los Angeles, the ventures show how Related is betting California is ready for denser urban development.
An Asian real-estate investor is acquiring the site of one of New York's most infamous diplomatic incidents. Hong Kong-listed Keck Seng Investments agreed to buy the Sofitel hotel for $272 million.
The long-hidden, glass-and-iron atrium of a landmark 1880s building at 5 Beekman St. in lower Manhattan is being restored, as the office building and an adjacent lot are transformed into a hotel and condominium tower.
      
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