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  • West Coast Crises’ Impact on Real Estate

    Recent and potentially long-term events on the West Coast are threatening to do some harm to the U.S. economy, and with it certain aspects of the commercial real estate market, and maybe not just in California.

    National 17 February 2015 21:48
  • West Coast Port Backup = Woe for Retail

    It’s been bubbling below the national radar for some time now, but the dispute between employers and longshoremen on the West Coast has the potential to cost retailers – and their landlords – a lot of money this year, and maybe even punish other parts of the economy.

    National 11 February 2015 17:28

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