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May
18

A plan to redevelop Fry's Electronics' former San Jose headquarters has taken a signficant step forward

San Jose planning officials published a draft report on a plan to replace Fry's Mayan-themed former headquarters and North San Jose store with a seven-building office complex.

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May
18

Vice Media renews lease for headquarters building in Brooklyn

The media company signed a four-year lease renewal at 289 Kent Ave.

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May
18

Reservoir Media moving to new space in Hudson Square — (and other NYC real estate deals)

SVB Securities expands its space at Avenue of the Americas, plus other news.

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May
18

‘The right choice’: Texas Instruments CEO on selecting Sherman for $30B semiconductor chip facility

While Texas Instruments CEO Rich Templeton said the company had other options, the city of Sherman emerged as the winner for a massive new plant that will be less than an hour from headquarters and manufacturing. The proximity didn’t hurt. “If you look at the location, we’ve got large operations down in Dallas. It gives us the ability to get great scale and great leverage in terms of engineering resources. (And) our suppliers can be in one place to be able to support it,” Templeton said…

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May
18

Lee & Associates working to open Pittsburgh office of growing national real estate firm

Firm with more than 40 years of history and 70 offices throughout North America is aiming to establish a Pittsburgh office for a commercial real estate approach based on broker ownership.

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May
18

Convention center delay, North County add-on to cost taxpayers extra $88M, official says

County officials last summer said debt payments on its share of the convention center expansion could cost $127 million. After a long delay by county lawmakers, the cost has skyrocketed after interest rates rose, the government said.

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May
18

One Monument Square development approved in downtown Troy

The $64 million development includes 92 apartments, ground floor commercial space, underground parking and a public plaza with seating, landscaping and views of the Hudson River.

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May
18

The developer of the Concord naval site wants more protections. The city is skeptical.

A major vote is scheduled on the development team's request for May 24.

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