Medford Center Unveils $12M Plan to Add Restaurants, Wine Bars, Breweries and Experiential Retail...
LBG Real Estate Companies, LLC (“LBG”), a Southern California-based investor in retail real estate, announced that plans have been finalized for the redevelopment of Medford Center, a 420,000-square-foot regional entertainment and lifestyle shopping center in Medford, Oregon, which serves Medford, Grants Pass and Ashland area residents as well as the Rogue Valley’s 3.2 million annual visitors. LBG plans to invest over $12 million to create more than 30,000 square feet of experiential retail and restaurant space for a variety of culinary offerings including brewery and wine-based concepts, complemented by the highly successful Cinemark Tinseltown Theater and other retailers in the already 90% occupied Medford Center
MERKLEY STATEMENT ON AGREEMENT TO HELP REBUILD FLINT AND OTHER CRUMBLING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS
Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley released the following statement after Senate leaders, including Michigan Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters, announced an agreement to move forward on a package of emergency funding to help Flint, Michigan with its water crisis and to help other cities across the country avert similar crises by investing in repairs and replacements for crumbling water infrastructure.
DeFazio, T&I Democrats Introduce GROW AMERICA Act to Set Robust Long-Term Surface Transportation Investment...
The GROW AMERICA Act provides a total of $478 billion over six years, a 45 percent increase for highways, bridges, public transportation, highway safety, and rail programs. Over six years, the GROW AMERICA Act makes significant investments in:
PORTLAND, OR - February 7, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Continued easing from the Federal Reserve is driving historically low interest rates for Portland OR real estate buyers says local REALTOR® David Somerville.
WASHINGTON, DC - November 17, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) today announced that it has shut down 85 alleged online mortgage modification scams that prey on vulnerable homeowners through Web banners and other Web advertisements. SIGTARP investigates mortgage modification schemes in which companies charge struggling homeowners a fee in exchange for false promises of lowering the homeowner’s mortgage through TARP’s housing program known as the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). Google, in cooperation with an ongoing criminal SIGTARP investigation of these scams, has suspended advertising relationships with more than 500 Internet advertisers and agents associated with the 85 alleged online mortgage fraud schemes and related deceptive advertising.
Lancaster Mall's owners have put the landmark Salem property on the market. After a series of renovations, the 36-year-old mall has attracted tenants such as...