Saturday, April 26, 2008

Weekend Roundup


Calpers-Linked Land Partnership Gets Default Notice. ("WSJ")

Is Real Estate Sentenced to Hard LIBOR? ("NREI")

Cash Handy For Assets Reduced To Sell. ("Retail Traffic")

CRE Prices Up; Rating Agencies Don't Expect it To Last. ("CoStar")

REITs Show Strength. Standard & Poor's has buy or strong buy recommendations on 17 names in the industry. ("Business Week")

Two REIT ETFs You May Wish You Owned. ("TheStreet.com")

REITs: An Update. ("Seeking Alpha")

LEED's Big Market Bias. Green Building's First Mainstream Push Landed it in the Nation's Biggest Cities. But What About Everywhere Else? ("CoStar')

Gold Star For Leed Platinum Museum. ("The Slatin Report")

Retail Developers Embracing Sustainable and Enduring Design Principles. ("CoStar")

The Dollars and Sense of Investing in a Brand in the Lifestyle Category ("REBusiness Online")

Miami Reach. Developers are betting they can create the biggest thing since South Beach. ("Portfolio.com")

Real World Doesn’t Give Even an Inch in Real Estate. ("NY Times")

The Astute Observer: Securititis Sets In. NYU professor Jeffrey Lacilla "examines how our metaphoric housing “patient” became so ill and what measures may be best suited to cure it without causing further damage." ("Slatin Report")

State of New York City's Housing and Neighborhoods 2007 Report ("Furman Center")

Condos With Embedded Puts. ("Market Movers")

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