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PLTA is proud to offer The Wall Street Journal Developments Blog

The Developments blog features exclusive news, analysis and commentary on residential and commercial real estate from The Wall Street Journal’s real estate bureau.  The Wall Street Journal is one of the world's most trusted publishers of accurate financial news and business information. 



Amid Sluggish Office Market, Landlord Bets Midtown Will Regain Its StrideOpen in a New Window

Amid sluggish leasing in Midtown, SL Green Realty is making a bet that the neighborhood is on the rise.


Reader’s Choice: The Best Food CitiesOpen in a New Window

In this week's Mansion cover story, we looked at how food enthusiasts look to move to cities and neighborhoods with a colorful food scene. We asked reader's to name their favorite food cities and explain why. Here's what they said...


Developers Ponder Hotel in Defunct TWA Terminal After Balazs’ ExitOpen in a New Window

Nearly a year after hotelier Andre Balazs dropped plans to transform the landmark TWA terminal at Kennedy Airport into a boutique hotel, a new batch of candidates are pondering a bid.


Cleaning up Lehman: Failed Bank Selling More California LandOpen in a New Window

Lehman Brothers is listing for sale the Pacifica San Juan project in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., a 318-lot subdivision that is one of the last large undeveloped tracts in Orange County.


Stein Mart Expanding As Thrifty Retailers ThriveOpen in a New Window

Stein Mart Inc., a bargain-priced fashion, accessories and home décor retailer, announced its biggest expansion in nearly a decade.


Vornado Chief Plans ‘Seven-Star Hotel’ By Central ParkOpen in a New Window

Vornado chief executive Steven Roth said Tuesday the site of the now-closed Rizzoli Bookstore is “going to be a seven-star hotel.”


Uber Strikes Deal to Build New Headquarters in Large ExpansionOpen in a New Window

Uber’s appetite for rapid growth is extending to real estate with a deal to build a new headquarters in San Francisco


Report Finds Non-Traded REITs Trail Publicly Listed PeersOpen in a New Window

A report found that the average annualized returns for a nontraded REIT were 10.9% for the 34 companies examined, compared to 14.5% for listed REITs


Toll Brothers Sees Lofty Prices Turning Off BuyersOpen in a New Window

Toll Brothers Inc.'s shortfall in new orders for its fiscal third quarter underscores a challenge now facing the U.S. home-building industry: Aggressive price increases in the past two years have hobbled demand at a time when builders finally are ramping up supply. Toll, a luxury builder based in Horsham, Pa., reported Wednesday morning that new orders for the quarter ended July 31 amounted to 1,324 homes. That’s a 6% decline from Toll’s year-ago figure when analysts were expecting a gain of about 10%.


Hobby Lobby Planning Mega-Sized Warehouse in OklahomaOpen in a New Window

Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is building a 1.9-million-square-foot, $88 million warehouse that rivals in size the biggest in the U.S. .
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