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Noah Buhayar
Reporter for Bloomberg covering real estate out west. Re-tweets are not endorsements.
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Karen Weise Feb 15
Amazon execs realized they were staring down a decades’ long commitment to a political climate in which *everything* the company did would be scrutinized--and it bailed. Here's and my look at WTH happened w HQ2
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esmé e. deprez Feb 14
SUNBURNED: If you own the roof but not the solar panels—well, just do your homework. My latest for :
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Noah Buhayar Feb 14
"For them to not have anticipated a political backlash to this kind of incentive package, when it sits right in the backyard of people like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, just shows complete incompetence." via
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Noah Buhayar Feb 14
Folks, when you're done reading about Amazon halting its NYC expansion, check out 's excellent new feature on another Seattle company:
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mrgopal Feb 8
As Wall Street of the South Booms, Strains Seen on Charlotte via
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Noah Buhayar Feb 8
Replying to @LaurenLeatherby
"As in other states, most of New York’s 514 tracts are impoverished, with more than 20 percent of the population living below the poverty line. But a few outliers, such as the Long Island City tract, stand out." Yup. Ht for this smart graphic
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Noah Buhayar Feb 8
Turns out the same guy putting together NYC's bid for HQ2 was also quite involved in helping NY pick zones eligible for generous new federal tax breaks. Incredible digging by
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Noah Buhayar Feb 7
Replying to @SeattleOnside
Any poignant examples?
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Noah Buhayar Feb 7
Tech's new playbook in the housing debate: money + policy change My latest looks at how Microsoft's $500 million spurred local leaders to take a fresh look at how to solve the Seattle area's affordable housing crisis
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Noah Buhayar Feb 6
Will be interesting to see what this new taskforce comes up with and whether it will be able to shape the kinds of investments in opportunity zones:
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Shelly Hagan Jan 30
Real estate investor Barry Sternlicht jumps into Opportunity Zones months after criticizing the new investments
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Noah Buhayar Jan 29
Part of me wants to retch at the idea of anyone spending $500 a night to sleep in an Airstream... but, man, these do look pretty cool. Latest from :
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Noah Buhayar Jan 28
Replying to @tsgiles
True. There's pretty big variation by market. In SF, it's 71%.
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Noah Buhayar Jan 28
Not that we needed any reminding, but buying a home is increasingly becoming a rich person's game in the U.S. The latest from via w/
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John Myers Jan 25
Breaking: ⁦⁩ pushes for the state to sue Huntington Beach over blocked homebuilding. A shot across the bow to locals, as ⁦⁩ reports.
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Noah Buhayar Jan 24
Replying to @KYWeise
Just to clarify: Facebook hasn't made a public pledge to the $500m investment fund. They're giving $1m to the smaller $40m policy fund.
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Noah Buhayar Jan 24
The new Chan Zuckerberg-backed partnership to address the housing crisis in the Bay Area is commendable, but creating 8,000 new units is a "drop in the bucket," says from . The bigger impact could come from policy changes.
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Sarah Frier Jan 24
Replying to @NBuhayar
Here it is and writeup of the plan to target the Bay Area homeless problem
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Noah Buhayar Jan 24
Two housing stories: Amount hedge fund exec Ken Griffin spent buying luxury homes in NYC and London this month: $360mln () Amount Bay Area philanthropists said they've raised for a regional affordable housing fund: $260mln ()
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Andrea Fuller Jan 22
Is that Glassdoor company review too good to be true? It might be. A WSJ investigation reveals how some employers game the system. By and your favorite data nerd (me, hopefully)
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