VOL. 125 | NO. 51 | Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Perhaps the most telling CRE trend that has emerged of late was underscored by Scott Barton of CB Richard Ellis-Memphis at last month’s Commercial Property Forecast Summit.
Interim Shelby County Mayor Joe Ford declared the Regional Medical Center has been “saved.”
From Downtown to the eastern suburbs, from the airport to Millington, the landscape is bleak for commercial real estate brokers.
All the talk about commercial real estate’s doldrums is bolstered by Shelby County’s latest numbers, which underscore how much the sector is still hurting.
The most expensive property in Shelby County got even pricier in 2009.
3306 Overton Crossing, Memphis, TN 38127, Loan Amount: $1.9 Million -
The Memphis Business Academy has filed a $1.9 million loan through Regions Bank to renovate its building at 3306 Overton Crossing St. in Frayser.
Shelby County commissioners have delayed reappointing two members of the local Board of Adjustment, the appointed body that hears appeals of zoning ordinances.
Memphis-based GTx Inc. has ended its partnership with Merck & Co. to develop a drug to prevent wasting and muscle loss in cancer patients.
Shelby County Register of Deeds Tom Leatherwood is building his office’s budget for next year around the assumption it will probably collect a little less fee revenue than it did this year.
Research led by Dr. William C. Cushman of the VA Medical Center in Memphis is the focus of an article published Sunday in The New England Journal of Medicine.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee Emergency Communications Board is aiming for the technology to make local emergency centers across the state ready for Next Generation 911 beginning in early 2011.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Alzheimer's Association says 120,000 persons have the disease in Tennessee and the figure is projected to be 140,000 by 2025.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal Reserve policymakers may signal at their meeting this week how and when the improving economy will lead them to start raising record-low interest rates.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Communications regulators are unveiling a sweeping proposal to overhaul U.S. broadband policy. Their aim: to bring affordable, high-speed Internet connections to all Americans and make access much faster for people who already have broadband.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Hundreds of thousands of homeowners are in limbo waiting to find out if they will be accepted for the Obama administration's foreclosure prevention program.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Harsh winter weather and competition from deeply discounted foreclosures are putting a damper on sales prospects for homebuilders.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Let the count begin.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Democratic Senate bill to tame the financial markets would give the government new powers to break up firms that threaten the economy and would force the industry to pay for its failures.