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forbes.com January 25, 2018

New York City Wants To Create A Biotech Hub

<p>New York City is asking: If biotech can make it anywhere, can't it make it here? The city government is asking for proposals on how to use $100 million in funds and city land to create a "life sciences hub" with the goal of making the city competitive with Boston and San Francisco as a place to start biotechnology companies.</p>
Read by 71% of LPs

therealdeal.com August 01, 2017

This Hedge Funder Wants Luxury Condos In Saks Fifth Avenue

Part of Saks Fifth Avenue&rsquo;s Manhattan flagship store could be turned into luxury condominiums if one activist investor has his way. Jonathan Litt, who runs the hedge fund Land and Buildings, wrote a letter to Canadian retail giant Hudson&rsquo;s Bay Company&rsquo;s board Monday urging it to consider new directors, taking the public company private and selling off its subsidiary Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomberg reported. A Saks sale could also allow the company to turn the [&hellip;]
Read by 58% of LPs

pbhfa.org July 26, 2017

Tudor Investment Corp Sells Land To Brunswick School

Original article &nbsp;From Greenwich time By Ken Borsuk GREENWICH &mdash; Hedge fund giant&nbsp;Paul Tudor Jones&nbsp;has confirmed his company&rsquo;s intention to sell its property on King Street to&nbsp;Brunswick School, a move that could enlarge the private school&rsquo;s campus by almost half and nearly double its classroom space.
Read by 38% of LPs

huffingtonpost.ca July 17, 2017

Chinese Investors To Spend $1T On Real Estate In Next Decade

Chinese investors will pour some $1 trillion (C$1.27 trillion) into real estate around the world over the next decade, of which a considerable amount is likely to land in Canada, according to&nbsp;Juwai, China&#39;s largest real estate portal. The country is the fourth-largest destination for Chinese real estate investment, behind the U.S., Australia and Hong Kong.
Read by 57% of LPs

fortune.com June 29, 2017

Trump Ally Anthony Scaramucci To Land Post At Ex-Im Bank

Hedge fund industry executive Anthony Scaramucci, an advisor to U.S. President Donald Trump, has been named chief strategy officer of the U.S. Export-Import Bank, a source familiar with the appointment said on Tuesday. Scaramucci, a Republican fundraiser, has been working at the Washington-based bank since the middle of June and also remains in consideration to become ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Read by 51% of LPs

engadget.com June 21, 2017

Google Gets Closer To Building Its Own City In San Jose

Google has been making major development moves in downtown San Jose and recently the City Council agreed to negotiate a sale of 16 parcels of land owned by the city. Here&#39;s how this real estate investment can benefit the company and the area.&nbsp;
Read by 37% of LPs

agrimoney.com May 25, 2017

Farmland Partners May Buy Land In Canada, But Rules Out Scottish Deal

Paul Pittman, the land group&#39;s chief executive, says that it is mulling a Canadian deal, seeing land prices as in for long-term growth
Read by 48% of LPs

therealdeal.com May 10, 2017

Taubman, Retail Co-developer Of Miami Worldcenter, At Odds With Hedge Fund

Taubman Centers, which operates Dolphin Mall and is planning the retail component of Miami Worldcenter, is battling with activist investor Jonathan Litt&acirc;s hedge fund, after it filed documents to nominate Litt and a corporate governance guru to Taubman&acirc;s board. Taubman, a Bloomfield Hills, Michigan-based real estate investment trust, said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it has reviewed the nominees from the hedge fund, Land &amp; Buildings Investment Management LLC, and ... [more]
Read by 42% of LPs

telegraph.co.uk May 03, 2017

Chinese Property Firm Confirm £1B Cheesegrater Deal

<p><span class="m_first-letter m_first-letter--flagged">A</span>&nbsp;<a href="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/">Chinese</a>&nbsp;company has confirmed the purchase of the &lsquo;Cheesegrater&rsquo;, the tallest building in the City of London, in what has been dubbed China&rsquo;s biggest investment in the UK property market.</p> <p>CC Land Holdings Ltd, which is controlled by property tycoon Cheung Chung-kiu, announced&nbsp;that one of its subsidiaries bought 122 Leadenhall Street for &pound;1.135 billion.</p>
Read by 57% of LPs

eco-business.com May 02, 2017

As Land Conflicts Rise, Clean Energy Investors Face Financial Risks

As countries rush to meet clean energy goals and investors try to make profits, conflict over land is growing.
Read by 34% of LPs