Monthly Archives: September 2021

Steelers Nation makes a strong comeback at Heinz Field as home football season kicks off

Steelers Nation is back! Burgers and kielbasa were sizzling on the grill, beers and cocktails were flowing freely and football fans clad in black and gold jerseys were preparing to enjoy a Sunday morning on the North Shore like they hadn’t done in nearly two years. The pandemic wiped out tailgating and large crowds at […]

Hotels, hires and offers, offers, offers !! – Commercial Observer

In 1999, the Ace Hotel was a former flophouse in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood that the late Alex Calderwood and two friends saw possibilities in. Twenty-two years later, it’s a global, creative, hipster, culinary hospitality phenomenon with outposts in Palm Springs, Downtown LA, London, Nomad … and downtown Brooklyn! Commercial Observer got a glimpse of the […]

Rental Fees Rise With New Rancho Villa Ownership, Sparking Concern For Many Residents | Business

An almost immediate 10% increase in rental fees to the prefabricated housing community of Rancho Villa came with the recent announcement of the new property, and together this has raised concerns among many of the residents 55 and over who fear that they may be charged more. from their homes. Rancho Villa, a quiet neighborhood […]

U.S. stock rally strengthens state pensions

Pension Industry Updates Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about pension industry news. A record rally for U.S. stocks generated the best annual investment returns for public pension plans in more than three decades, easing funding pressures in the U.S. public pension system. According to Pew Charitable Trusts, a […]

The business secretary reassured that gas supply “is not an immediate concern”

The business secretary said there was no “immediate cause for concern” over the UK gas supply following meetings with industry executives. Kwasi Kwarteng had said energy security was “a top priority” as he prepared to hold talks on Saturday amid concerns over rising wholesale gas prices. This increase was attributed to strong global demand, maintenance […]

Zach LaVine wants new White Sox Bulls jersey as replacement

Getty Zach LaVine Zach LaVine of the Chicago Bulls doesn’t appear to be parting ways with the organization or the city anytime soon. In fact, after LaVine looked at himself in a mockup of a new Chicago-White Sox-themed Bulls jersey, he took to Twitter to ask for concept art to come to life. I have […]

As climate change fears grow, a real fight for a fake grass

EAST ORANGE, NJ – Residents near a small neighborhood park in New Jersey woke up earlier this month to the roar of heavy machinery: A grassy field they had been begging authorities to fix for years was finally in the process of getting a makeover. Then they learned the details. The land and more than […]

Empire State Building tenants go through real estate crisis

Since the start of the pandemic, much has been written about its effects on commercial real estate, particularly in New York City. With the rise of the delta variant and concerns about the current phase of the pandemic, a number of experts have done their best to reflect on what the future of the city’s […]

Caesars Sportsbook has a fantastic pair of football specials this weekend

Caesars Sportsbook continues its aggressive push into a number of legal sports betting markets this weekend. The new sports betting site announced a partnership with LSU on Friday, making headlines and leading to an action packed weekend of football. The deal is just the latest in a series of milestone events for the brand, which […]

Daytona’s Volusia Square attracts $ 12.2 million from real estate developers

DAYTONA BEACH – The sale of an aging and nearly empty shopping center on International Speedway Boulevard gives hope that “the world’s most famous beach front door” could have a well-deserved new life. Two national commercial real estate companies have joined forces to pay $ 12.2 million for the Volusia Square shopping center at the […]