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One of Honolulu's Last Big Coastal Plots Gets Developed
Howard Hughes Corp. is redeveloping 60 acres between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, with plans to transform a low-density shopping and industrial area to residential and park space with potentially more than 20 towers.
Property Debt Mounts Up in U.K.
A rise in U.K. commercial real-estate lending last year has pushed the total amount of outstanding property debt higher for the first time since 2008.
The Next Big Housing Short: a $6.5 Billion Bet Against Australia's Banks
The funds are placing a large number of ?short? wagers on Australia?s biggest banks, among the world?s most profitable, suggesting the lenders might be headed for trouble.
Bahrain Fund Buys Stake in U.S. Office Buildings
The sovereign-wealth fund of Bahrain on Thursday bought a 49% stake in a portfolio of seven office buildings spread between Phoenix and Dallas.
Port Authority to Pay $12.3 Million to World Trade Center Contractor
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has reached a deal to end an $87 million payment dispute with a Canadian construction firm that helped build One World Trade Center.
In Midtown, a Changing of the Seasons
The Four Seasons is preparing to end its half-century run in Manhattan?s Seagram Building by mid-July, but its co-owners aren?t done with the restaurant business just yet.
Architect Richard Meier Changes His Palette for New Tower
Architect Richard Meier, known for his buildings in a narrow spectrum between radiant pearl and creamy beige, has designed a residential tower now under construction on Manhattan?s East Side that is white.