How to keep the sky from falling: What the S.F. hospitality industry has done to prepare for Moscone Center renovations


How to keep the sky from falling: What the S.F. hospitality industry has done to prepare for Moscone Center renovations
  1. How to keep the sky from falling: What the S.F. hospitality industry has done to prepare for Moscone Center renovations
    bizjournals.com
    After several years of celebrating a red-hot tourist economy, the hospitality industry is bracing for a potentially cool 2017. That’s because the Moscone Center is undergoing a $500 million expansion that will close a large portion of San Francisco’s biggest convention center through 2018, leading to the loss of 290,000 visitors in 2017, according to SFTravel. Others predict up to 1 million fewer visitors in 2017 and 2018 combined. SFTravel is forecasting the loss of up to 490,000 room n…
    Real Estate
  1. Mid-Week Listing: Rowhome with an Apartment and Leased Retail Space on Riverside Avenue

    Southbmore.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 15:32 southbmore.com
    1401 Riverside Ave is a two unit mixed-use asset located in the heart of Baltimore City. The upstairs 1 bedroom apartment was renovated in 2013, fitted with hardwood floors, granite counter tops, soft close cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, a new high efficiency HVAC system, as well as a new two level roof…
  2. 6 Fascinating Facts about the History of Manhattan's Chinatown

    Dnainfo.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 15:23 dnainfo.com
    Dig into the rich history of the neighborhood. …
  3. 5 Gorgeous Hamptons Homes to Watch the Snow Fall

    Hamptons-magazine.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 15:09 hamptons-magazine.com
    Cozy up in one of these incredible abodes boasting unreal views and intimate nooks for days dedicated to beholding winter’s best. 20 Union St., Sag Harbor Village No matter where you a…
  4. Goldman Sachs investing and lending takes a hit in 2016

    Housingwire.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 13:42 housingwire.com
    Goldman Sachs reported its earnings today which showed that while revenues are still up from last year, it is struggling in several areas. One of those includes its investing and lending sector, which decreased 25% in 2016 compared to the previous year. But that isn’t the only sector in the company that saw significant l…
  5. Citi keeps moving away from the mortgage business

    Housingwire.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 13:41 housingwire.com
    Citicorp net income increased to $3.5 billion, from $2.8 billion in the prior year period, primarily driven by the higher revenues as well as lower operating expenses and lower cost of credit. However, this isn't due to expansion in the mortgage…
  6. Mixed-use structure in Sag Harbor Village lists for $4.5M

    Long-island.newsday.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 13:22 long-island.newsday.com
    The foundation anchoring this structure is built in part from the ballast stone of whaling ships, its listing agent…
  7. Inglewood real estate market expected to score as Chargers join Rams at new stadium

    LATimes-RealEstate
    01.18 / 11:38 latimes.com
    The Chargers’ decision to join the Rams at a splashy new stadium in Inglewood has at least one builder even more pumped up about the city’s prospects. The promise of pro football in Inglewood, still three years away, has already given a lift to real estate developer Sandy Sigal, who is spendi…
  8. How to leave Connect without technology buyer’s remorse

    Inman.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 11:07 inman.com
    The euphoria of Connect can last days after your return flight. When it wears off, will you question the hands you shook and business cards you promised to keep? What about a technology purchase ... The post How to leave Connect without technology buyer’s remorse appeared first on…
  9. 4 hot bathroom design trends that don't have to cost a bundle

    Dailyleader.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 09:21 dailyleader.com
    (BPT) - Coffee bars, TVs in mirrors, smart toilets and pet-friendly amenities — a growing number of homeowners are requesting such upscale features in their bathroom design, according to the N…
  10. Cyber (in)security: Can insurance solutions keep pace with threats?

    Propertycasualty360.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 05:11 propertycasualty360.com
    The evolution of cyber threats calls for extreme diligence by insurers willing to underwrite the exposures. Here's a look at what's…
  11. Here's one Fannie Mae bull's take on how the GSEs can exit conservatorship

    Housingwire.com - Real Estate
    01.18 / 00:13 housingwire.com
    In the weeks since Steve Mnuchin sent shockwaves through the housing industry by stating that the Trump administration planned to end the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, reactions varied on whether that can actually be done and how expensive it might be. Here's an interesting take from an interested party on how the GSEs might actually exit conservatorship and what that would mean to the GSE stockholders who've waited quite a few years for a…
  12. SoFi officially licensed to lend in New York

    Housingwire.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 23:36 housingwire.com
    After roughly a year to get finalized, SoFi officially received its license to lend in New York, which is one of the most difficult states to acquire a license in, Michael Tannenbaum, SoFi’s chief revenue officer, said in an interview. And now with New York under it's belt, Tannenbaum touches on a strong mortgage future ahead for S…
  13. De Blasio appoints Maria Torres-Springer as new HPD commissioner

    Rew-online.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 22:29 rew-online.com
    Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday (Tuesday) announced Maria Torres-Springer will serve as the next Commissioner of the Department of Housing Preservation and Development when its current commissioner, Vicki Been, returns to teaching at New York University. The mayor is also appointing James Patchett as President and CEO of the New York City Economic Development Corporation.…
  14. Chicago area sees most home sales since 2006

    Housingwire.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 22:22 housingwire.com
    RE/MAX’s annual report showed the Chicago area saw its highest level of home sales since 2006. However, despite the increase, the city continues to struggle with low levels of housing i…
  15. Architects of de Blasio's Affordable Housing Plan Leave His Administration

    Dnainfo.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 22:16 dnainfo.com
    Vicki Been and Carl Weisbrod were behind many of the mayor's affordable housing initiatives. …
  16. IN PICTURES: CoreNet kicks off the New Year in style

    Rew-online.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 21:52 rew-online.com
    CoreNet Global New York City Chapter  hosted its annual New Year’s Party on January 12, 2017,  at the Rainbow Room in New York City. Topping last year’s attendance, more than 400 CoreNet NYC members and guests from the corporate real estate industry gathered to celebrate the start of the New Year. The event was hosted [R…
  17. Banks: 421a deal may be weeks away

    Rew-online.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 21:15 rew-online.com
    State authorities are moving forward with a plan to revive the lapsed 421-a tax incentive. On Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo advanced a replacement plan negotiated by the Real Estate Board of New York and the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, promising more affordable homes and fair wages for construction workers. As…
  18. The secret advantages to building an inclusive brokerage

    Inman.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 21:02 inman.com
    NEW YORK -- As a straight, white man, "until 18 months ago, I didn't know what it felt like to be judged," said Jim Garman of Better Homes and Gardens Go Realty ... The post The secret advantages to building an inclusive brokerage appeared first on…
  19. City Connections Realty merges with DSA Realty

    Rew-online.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 20:01 rew-online.com
    City Connections Realty (CCR), announced today that the company has merged with  DSA Realty.  The newly combined company will be operating as “City Connections Realty” under the firm’s business model and reside at CCR’s office space located at 71 West 23rd Street. DSA Realty’s office location at 113 East 12th will close at the end […]…
  20. How much of your salary it takes for a home down payment in Houston

    Houston.culturemap.com - Real Estate
    01.17 / 19:52 houston.culturemap.com
    As more and more people move to Texas and home values continue to soar, buyers are having a tough time playing the real estate game. The main impediment is having enough cash for a down payment, which nowadays can deplete even the most well-intentioned savings account. Why? Because Houston residents looking to buy a home must save a little more than half of their annual salary just for the down payment. That number comes…