PhillyDeals Archive: March, 2008

Center City winter rents flat again, CBRE says

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Class A office rents offered by Center City landlords dipped 4 cents during the first quarter, to $27.24 per square foot at March 31, CB Richard... Read more

Dakota oil refinery gets Philly review

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Oil refineries are expensive, dirty eyesores, and a central element of modern industrial society. It's hard to build new ones. The Delaware... Read more

It's TD Commerce bank now

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TD Bank Financial Group (NYSE: TD) formally completes its takeover of Cherry Hill's own Commerce Bancorp today. Canadian giant TD (short... Read more

David Grasso seeks debt as tower plan ages

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Developer David Grasso says he's still looking for financing for the proposed 1.2 million square foot, 46-story, multi-use tower he announced... Read more

Real estate brokers "on food stamps?"

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Builders, brokers and financiers testified on the slowdown in commercial real estate market at the RealShare conference in Center City this... Read more

GF: Private equity deal values back to earth

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Sale prices for mid-sized businesses dropped to 6 times earnings (before income tax, depreciation and amortization) during the second half... Read more

Med software CEO: All U.S. candidates good

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Whoever wins November's presidential vote, health insurers and the contractors who sell them information technology expect to win big new... Read more

Cherokee: "Housing slowdown is worsening"

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In his letter last week ending plans to redevelop the Pennsauken-Pettys Island waterfront, Cherokee Pennsauken LLC President James Dausch... Read more