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Los Angeles Rams' Stan Kroenke to Buy Vast Texas Ranch
The 535,000-acre Waggoner ranch will be sold to billionaire Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke in a deal approved by a court Tuesday. The terms weren?t disclosed, but the property had been listed for $725 million.
WeWork Shoots the Works With Expansion Plans
WeWork is embarking on a growth spurt, with the help of nearly $1 billion in investment, as it rapidly expands around the world?and beyond mere office space.
Northern Ireland Military Site Slowly Transforms
Ebrington Barracks in Northern Ireland was a military base for more than 160 years. Plans are moving ahead to transform the property into a hub of hotel space, offices and shops but progress has been slow.
Firms Dig Deeper Into Debt Markets
Two well-known managers of private-equity funds are pushing further into debt investments partly in a bid to take advantage of the opportunities created by recent upheaval in the global capital markets.
The Office Buildings That Welcome Bees
Bee scientist Noah Wilson-Rich heads Boston?s Best Bees Co., which has installed honeybee hives atop hundreds of commercial properties around the country.
What to Do With Abandoned Suburban Offices?
U.S. companies are pulling their headquarters out of suburban campuses and moving to downtown high-rises, giving cities an economic jolt. But figuring out what to do with the offices left behind is a quandary for civic leaders and landlords.
Brixmor Top Executives Manipulated Financials
Brixmor Property Group on Monday revealed that top executives had manipulated financial results to show consistent income growth and that its chief executive and other officials have resigned.