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Rob Speyer talks the future of transportation in cities

In a speech at the Urban Land Institute’s 2016 Asia Pacific Summit in Shanghai, Rob Speyer discussed the important connection between transportation and real estate in cities across the world. 347 more words

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Rob Speyer Discusses The Importance Of Global Collaboration Among Mayors

Rob Speyer recently discussed the significance of worldwide collaboration among mayors around the globe at the Urban Land Institute’s recent 2016 Asia Pacific Summit, which took place in Shanghai, China. 272 more words

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Rob Speyer Announces Tishman Speyer Moving Ahead With Major Long Island City Project

Rob Speyer announced today that Tishman Speyer is moving ahead with construction of its 1.1 million square foot office and retail project in Long Island City. 198 more words

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ULI Asia Pacific Summit

Over 500 professionals from all sectors of the real estate industry will come together on June 15-17 at the Urban Land Institute Asia Pacific Summit. The Summit invites developers, investors, advisors, planners, architects, and city leaders from around the world to come together to exchange ideas. 64 more words

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Tishman Speyer Releases Global Sustainability Report

Earlier this month, Tishman Speyer released its third Global Sustainability report.

Tishman Speyer was awarded a 2015 ENERGY STAR partner of the year award, which honors companies that demonstrate the best energy saving practices across the industry. 193 more words

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Tishman Speyer’s Pier 4 Development

Tishman Speyer announced plans for a development project at Boston’s Pier 4 in August 2015. Located in the city’s Seaport District, Tishman Speyer will develop these lots, respectively, as a mixed-use, 13-story office building, and a nine-story, 100-unit luxury condominium. 97 more words

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Mayor’s Fund and Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs Announce Partnerships to End Veteran Homelessness

The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs (MOVA) have announced two partnerships with the private sector aimed at ending veteran homelessness within New York City. 215 more words

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