The Queen Mary, crown jewel of downtown Long Beach’s once flourishing commercial corridor, may have a different future as Eagle Hospitality filed for bankruptcy last week. Eagle
There was certainly a false sense of hope that the pandemic would subside as we turned the new year. All property types have suffered one way or another, but the ones bringing
The month of December showed us that we shouldn’t waver to the ailing landscape. Although the pandemic seemed to eclipse its own record highs at a daily pace, our team was hard at
Elon Musk believes that state regulators have grown too ‘complacent’ and ‘entitled’ about the state’s tech companies—specifically those in Silicon Valley. A combination of
Article 34 in the California Constitution is attracting a lot of scrutiny as the 1950 provision is described as inherent racism, classism, and simply obsolete for today’s needs.
It has become quite clear that the effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic are going to be long-lasting as we turn the page for 2021 in less than a month. With legislature, vaccination
When movie theaters first closed due to COVID-19 the immediate thought was how is Hollywood going to circumvent this one? People overlooked that there could be far reaching
Since the inception of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017, opportunity zones have served as incentives for investors to bring development to highly-distressed, or low-income