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Black Mountain Institute and The Follower Publication Announce 2018-2019 Fellows and Writers-in-Residence

A MacArthur Fellow, the co-directors of the Mojave School in Pahrump, 2 “5 Under 35” recipients from the National Book Foundation, a daring poet and cultural critic, and a nationally known essayist are amongst the noted authors who will take up residence at the Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute (BMI) at UNLV for the literary center’s 2018-19 season.

“From its beginning, BMI’s fellows have brought a shock of energy and vitality to our arts neighborhood,” stated Joshua Wolf Shenk, the institute’s executive and artistic director. “This coming year represents a striking advance, both for the breadth and quality of our guests and the number of neighborhood partners who have signed up with forces to support them, make space for them, and invite them to this not likely literary town.”

BMI’s 2018-2019 writers-in-residence will also include factors and editors for The Follower publication in addition to 2 new fellows in BMI’s distinguished program for creative writers making their Ph.D. s in English literature.

The checking out fellows and writers-in-residence are:

Hanif Abdurraqib, Shearing Fellow, is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. His very first collection of poems The Crown Ain’t Worth Much was launched by Button Poetry in 2016 and was nominated for a Hurston-Wright Tradition Award. His first collection of essays, They Can’t Eliminate Us Up Until They Kill Us, was released to crucial acclaim in November 2017 by 2 Dollar Radio. His next projects are Proceed In The Rain, a book on A People Called Quest due out in 2019 by University of Texas Press, and They Don’t Dance No Mo’, due out from Random Home in 2020.

Lesley Nneka Arimah, Shearing Fellow, was born in the UK and grew up in Nigeria and any place else her dad was stationed for work. She has been a finalist for a National Magazine Award and the Caine Reward, and a winner of the African Commonwealth Narrative Prize and an O. Henry Award. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper’s, and GRANTA and has gotten support from The Elizabeth George Foundation, The Jerome Foundation, and MacDowell, to name a few. She was chosen for the National Book Structure’s “5 Under 35.” Her debut collection, What It Means When a Man Falls From The Sky, won the 2017 Kirkus Prize.

Camille Bromley, Tran Thi Oanh Writer-in-Residence at The Juhl, is a features editor at The Believer and social networks editor for the Out of Eden Stroll, a National Geographic job. She is a previous associate editor of Harper’s Magazine and resides in Brooklyn.

Susana Ferreira, Saltman Fellow & & Writer-in-Residence at The Leader, is a Portuguese-Canadian freelance reporter, manufacturer, and longform writer for publications and movie. As a reporter and stringer, she has filed stories from throughout the world for major dailies, wires, television news networks, and radio. She speaks 5 languages– 6, if you count “Toronto English.”

Amanda Fortini, Shearing Fellow, has actually written for The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Wanderer, The New Republic, and The Paris Review, among many others. She has actually been the William Kittredge Going To Teacher at the University of Montana. She is a contributing editor at Elle Publication, where she writes about culture, feminism, and women’s concerns. Her essays have been extensively anthologized, including in Best American Political Writing and Finest of Slate, and she was nominated for a James Beard Foundation Journalism Award. She is currently dealing with a book about Las Vegas.

Sarah Marshall, Writer-in-Residence, grew up in Oregon and Hawaii and earned an MFA in fiction at Portland State University. Her writing has appeared in The New Republic, BuzzFeed, and The Believer, among other publications, and she co-hosts You’re Incorrect About, a podcast about misremembered history. A former future scholastic, she is now a traveling housesitter, babysitter, sled dog handler, and journalist.

Derek Palacio, Shearing Fellow, is the author of the novella Ways to Shake the Other Man and the novel The Mortifications. He is the co-director, with Claire Vaye Watkins, of the Mojave School, a free imaginative writing workshop for teenagers in rural Nevada.

Sreshtha Sen, Saltman Fellow, is an author from Delhi, India, and one of the founding editors of The Coastline Evaluation, an online journal for and by South Asian poets. She studied Literatures in English at Delhi University and finished her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has been published in Bitch Media, Breakwater Review, The Margins, MACK, and Meridian. She was the 2017-18 McCrindle Foundation Fellow for Readings/Workshops at Poets & & Writers.

Claire Vaye Watkins, Shearing Fellow, is a Guggenheim Fellow. She is the author of the novel Gold Popularity Citrus and the story collection Battleborn, which won the Story Reward, the Dylan Thomas Reward, New York Public Library’s Young Lions Fiction Award, the Rosenthal Household Structure Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a Silver Pen Award from the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame. A recipient of fellowships from the Sewanee and Bread Loaf Writers’ Conferences, Watkins was also among the National Book Structure’s “5 Under 35.”

Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, Elias Ghanem Chair, is an independent reporter best known for her 2003 nonfiction book Random Family: Love, Drugs, Problem, and Coming of Age in the Bronx. The book has actually gotten lots of awards, including the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award and the Ron Ridenhour Book Reward. In 2006, she was a recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. In 2010, Random Household was named one of the Top 10 Works of Journalism of the Years by the Arthur L. Carter Institute of Journalism at NYU.

Niela Orr, BMI Writer-in-Residence at The Juhl, is an author from Philadelphia. She is an interviews editor of The Believer, a columnist for The Baffler, and a contributing editor of The Organist podcast. Her writing has also appeared in the New york city Times Book Evaluation, Elle, BuzzFeed, and McSweeney’s Quarterly.

The new fellows and writers-in-residence will join Hossein Abkenar, the Kenneth Barlow City of Asylum Fellow, who is presently in home at BMI.

BMI fellowships are supported by various private and community sources. The Shearing family supports the Shearing Fellowship; The Tran Thi Oanh Fellowship will support sees from Vietnamese-American authors; the Elias Ghanem Chair will assist kick-start UNLV’s brand-new nonfiction program in innovative writing; and Sonja and Michael Saltman will support two emerging writers who will start BMI’s prominent Ph.D. fellowships.

In addition, Juhl, a loft-style community in downtown Las Vegas, has actually partnered with BMI to create a studio and occasion area. BMI also continues its work with The Pioneer, an advancement stewarded by architect and BMI board member Christopher Goya.

Las Vegas 51s announce brand name, name change with relocate to Summerlin in 2019

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. LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -The Las Vegas 51s baseball group on Monday revealed it will be rebranding and changing its name for the 2019 season. The modifications will accompany the decades-old team’s transfer to the Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summerlin next year. This summertime will mark the 51s’ last season in Cashman Field near downtown. Furthermore, the group will have a new AAA affiliate team, not the New york city Mets, according to a release.

[RELATED: New ballpark for Las Vegas 51s concerning Downtown Summerlin]

” We are moving to the beautiful brand-new Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summerlin and a brand-new Big league association in 2019,” 51s President and COO Don Logan stated. “Our ownership group, The Howard Hughes Corporation wants the transition to be a home run complete with a new name and brand-new logo design.”

With that, the 51s introduced a “Call the Team” sweepstakes. Through April 30, fans can recommend ideas through the team’s site and social media pages. On May 4, an entry will be arbitrarily decided to win a grand reward consisting of $500 of group merchandise.

Not mentioned particularly in the release was the fate of mascot Cosmo, a big grey alien, however he’ll likely go away with the rebranding.

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Golden Knights announce free fan events prior to Video game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, but fans won't need to buy a ticket to get in on the excitement.
 The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, however fans won't need to buy a ticket to get in on the excitement.

The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, however fans won’t have to buy a ticket to get in on the enjoyment. LAS VEGAS (FOX5)- The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, but fans will not need a ticket to obtain in on the excitement. At 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, the National Hockey League will host a complimentary

concert headlined by Grammy-nominated rapper Reasoning in Toshiba Plaza. No ticket will be needed to view the performance. The March to the Fortress begins at 5:45 p.m. outside New York-New York and concludes at about 6:00 p.m. at Toshiba Plaza.

Other activities and destinations prior to the video game start at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Toshiba Plaza including:

A barber shaving Vegas Golden Knights logosA tattoo artist tattooing free Vegas Golden Knights logo designs (up to a specific size) An airbrush artistFace and hair paintersCorn tossA shooting cageIce sculpturesA Topgolf interactive gameVegas Program Women taking images with a small ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign

Stay with FOX5 for information on further celebrations!

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Blink-182 announce Vegas residency

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Resort. The” Kings of the Weekend” residency will go for the recently remodelled Pearl Concert Theater on May 26. Completely, there will be 16 efficiencies through November. Here’s a list of the scheduled performances.

Blink-182’s “Kings of the Weekend” 2018 dates:

May– 26-27June– 8-9, 15-16, 23-24October– 26-27November– 2-3, 9-10, 16-17

” Blink-182 is one of those bands that crosses over several categories of music, as well as transcends many generations of music fans. They’re a perfect suitable for a true rock residency– our first at the Pearl,” said Palms Gambling establishment Resort General Manager Jon Gray.

” When the Palms asked us to do a residency here in Vegas, we stated ‘Definitely!'” said blink-182’s Mark Hoppus.

Blurring the line in between rock, punk, and pop, Blink-182 with Mark Hoppus (vocals/bass), Travis Barker (drums), and Matt Skiba (guitar), will bring it’s nearly 25-year history of hit songs, inappropriate tales, and ridiculous shenanigans to life in “Kings of the Weekend.” The band is hectic creatively putting together a musical adventure for the Vegas residency.

The band’s seventh studio release California, includes the Signboard Alternative Chart-topping “Bored to Death” and catchy “She’s Out of Her Mind,” along with the residency title track “Kings of the Weekend.”

Tickets for blink-182’s “Kings of the Weekend” begin at $59, plus relevant fees and go on sale Friday, March 23, 2018. For additional information, click < a href="

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ExxonMobil, Pfizer Most Current to Announce Major Re-Investments in Reaction to Tax Reform Law

Take advantage of ‘Repatriated’ Capital Might Lead To Short-Term Infusion in Some CRE Markets as Companies Fast-Track Growth Plans

Later this spring FedEx will release details of its strategy to update and broaden its ‘SuperHub’ in Memphis, which presently spans more than 850 acres and utilizes more than 10,000 employees. Credit: FedEx Corp.ExxonMobil, Pfizer and FedEx Corp. are the current corporate titans to announce multi-billion financial investments in facilities, employee payment and pension in recent days, signing up with Apple and other large employers announcing capital spending programs following passage of the enormous tax overhaul in December. ExxonMobIl CEO Darren Woods today said the world’s 10th-largest

company will invest an overall of$50 billion over the next 5 year in its U.S. operations, consisting of $35 billion in new costs stimulated in part by enactment of the United States Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, signed into law by President Donald Trump on Dec. 22. Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc. Tuesday stated that it means to invest$5 billion over the

next 5 years due to anticipated savings from the tax reform law, including a growth of Pfizer’s U.S. production infrastructure and other capital projects. FedEx, on the other hand, exposed strategies a few days ago to invest$1.5 billion to”significantly broaden”its Indianapolis shipping center as well as to expand and update its 2 million-square-foot Memphis “extremely center” opened in 1988 in a major program to be revealed this spring. The facilities are Fed Ex’s biggest and second-largest hubs, respectively. Although the shipping giant did not elaborate on the specific provisions of the brand-new tax law that stimulated the announcement, the tax

code now enables companies to immediately cross out the amount of capital expenses. The trio of announcements follows Apple’s strategies to construct another U.S. corporate school and hire 20,000 workers as part of a$30 billion capital

costs program over the next 5 years. While estimates of the prospective economic effect of tax reform vary extensively, many experts predict the legislation might contribute to a modest lift in the annual

U.S. GDP. The CRE industry stands to be a clear winner, with the tax legislation and subsequent re-investment activity likely resulting in expansions and extra hiring. The new legislation added to strong financier belief and a favorable lending environment for business real estate in the last quarter of 2017, according to new research study from CBRE.”With the recent enactment of comprehensive tax reform and relatively beneficial treatment of CRE as an asset class, we anticipate continued strong investor interest in the sector,”stated Brian Stoffers

, CBRE international president for debt and structured financing, capital markets.”Substantially lower growing loan volumes in 2018, and good supply/demand stability, need to continue to result in favorable loan spreads for debtors.”While the tax overhaul plainly makes financial investment more attractive and is anticipated to increase the rate of return on CRE, participants in the Winter/Spring 2018 Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Projection California Commercial Real Estate Survey released today anticipate moderate development from the new tax law but will likely have an irregular impact throughout various markets. While the majority of California office designers in the study taken during December suggested that the brand-new tax regime brings the possibility of greater profits and greater optimism, the panelists stated they were taking a wait-and-see technique regarding whether the modifications would lead them to kick-off new development. CoStar analysts, on the other hand, said the tax expense could cause many firms to move-up the timing of their expansion choices, according to Paul Leonard, managing expert with CoStar Portfolio Strategy.”That could trigger a bit of a’sugar rush ‘in 2018,”Leonard stated.” You could for that reason see a short-lived increase in fundamentals

over the next 12 to 18 months in some markets.”President Donald Trump, the country’s very first developer-in-chief, touted the enormous financial investments by U.S. corporations in his State of the Union address to Congress last night

, asserting that approximately 3 million American employees have actually gotten “tax-cut”bonus offers,”many of them thousands and thousands of dollars per employee.””We slashed the business tax rate from 35%

all the method down to 21%so American companies can contend and win against anyone else, anywhere in the world,” Trump said.”Simply a bit back, ExxonMobil announced a$50 billion investment in the United States,”the president said as Rex Tillerson, previous ExxonMobil CEO now acting as U.S. Secretary of State, viewed from a front-row seat. As part of its statement today, the international oil and gas company said it would produce thousands of jobs and invest billions of dollars to increase oil production in the Permian Basin in West Texas and New Mexico, expand existing operations, improve facilities and build new production sites.”The recent changes to the United States business tax rate combined with smarter guideline produce an environment for future capital expense and will further improve ExxonMobil’s competitiveness around the globe,”Woods said on ExxonMobil’s blog.”We’re actively assessing the effect of the lower tax rate on the economics of several other jobs currently in the preparation phases to more expand our centers along the Gulf Coast.”Pfizer executives stated the company’s effective tax rate would be about 17 %next year, below 20%in 2017, with the company anticipating $15 billion in tax payments over 8 years to repatriate its abroad cash. Pfizer stated it prepares to contribute$500 million to its U.S. pension and has actually reserved $100 million for a one-time perk for all nonexecutive staff members in the first quarter of 2018.

Trump to announce plan to stop capital to Cuban military


Ramon Espinosa/ AP In this Jan. 12, 2017, file photo, tourists ride in traditional American convertible cars and trucks past the United States embassy, right, in Havana, Cuba.

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WASHINGTON– Stopping short of a complete turnabout, President Donald Trump is expected Friday to announce a modified Cuba policy focused on stopping the circulation of U.S. cash to the nation’s military and security services while maintaining diplomatic relations and allowing U.S. airlines and cruise liner to continue service to the island.

In a speech Friday at a Miami theater associated with Cuban exiles, Trump will cast the policy moves as fulfillment of a promise he made throughout in 2015’s governmental campaign to reverse then-President Barack Obama’s diplomatic re-engagement with the island after years of estrangement.

Senior White House authorities who briefed reporters Thursday on the announcement stated Obama’s overtures had enriched Cuba’s military while repression increased on the island. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity to talk about the policy prior to Trump announces it, regardless of the president’s regular criticism of the use of confidential sources.

The relocate to be revealed by Trump are just a partial turnaround of Obama’s policies, nevertheless. And they will saddle the United States government with the complicated job of policing U.S. travel to Cuba to make sure there are no deals with the military-linked corporation that runs much of the Cuban economy.

By limiting specific U.S. travel to Cuba, the brand-new policy likewise runs the risk of cutting off a major income for Cuba’s personal business sector, which the policy is suggested to support.

Under the expected changes, the United States will prohibit American monetary transactions with the lots of enterprises run by the military-linked corporation GAESA, which operates dozens of hotels, trip buses, restaurants and other centers.

A lot of U.S. tourists to Cuba will once again be needed to check out the island as part of organized tour groups run by American business. The rules also need a daylong schedule of activities created to expose the tourists to normal Cubans. However due to the fact that Cuban rules needs trip groups to have government guides and utilize state-run trip buses, the requirement has offered the Cuban government near-total control of tourists’ itineraries and funneled much of their spending to state enterprises.

Obama eliminated the tour requirement, permitting tens of countless Americans to book solo journeys and spend their money with specific bed-and-breakfast owners, restaurants and taxi drivers.

The United States Embassy in Havana, which resumed in August 2015, will remain as a full-fledged diplomatic station. Trump isn’t really reversing Obama’s choice to end the “damp foot, dry foot” policy that enabled most Cuban migrants who made it onto U.S. soil to remain and eventually become legal permanent locals.

Also not expected are any changes to U.S. regulations governing exactly what items Americans can restore from Cuba, consisting of the rum and cigars produced by state-run enterprises.

The brand-new policy is set to work Friday, however none of the modifications will end up being efficient till the Treasury Department provides new regulations, which might take months. That suggests that any U.S. tourist currently reserved on a flight to Cuba in the next few weeks, or perhaps months, might go on and make the journey.

Obama announced in December 2014 that he and Cuban leader Raul Castro were bring back diplomatic ties between their countries. The United States severed diplomatic relations with Cuba in 1961 after Fidel Castro’s transformation. It invested subsequent decades aiming to either overthrow the Cuban federal government or isolate the island, including toughening an economic embargo very first enforced by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The embargo remains in place and unchanged by Trump’s policy. Only the United States Congress can lift the embargo, and lawmakers have revealed little desire to do so.

The modification in the United States posture toward Cuba under Trump marks the latest policy about-face by the president.

While marketing in 2015 in Miami, which is the home of a large Cuban-American population, Trump vowed to reverse Obama’s efforts to stabilize relations with Cuba unless it met specific “demands,” consisting of giving Cubans spiritual and political freedom, and launching all political prisoners.

Trump had previously said he supported bring back diplomatic relations however wished the United States had actually negotiated a better offer.

For the statement, the White Home decided to have Trump speak at the Manuel Artime Theate in Miami. The theater is named for an exile leader of the Bay of Pigs veterans’ association that backed Trump last October.

Gomez Licon reported from Miami. Gisela Salomon in Miami likewise contributed.

Starwood Waypoint and Colony American Homes Announce $1.5 Billion Merger

Combined Company Anticipated To Have and Handle Over 30,000 Single-Family Rental Residences

2 of the pioneers in business of building up distressed-priced single-family homes in the aftermath of the Great Economic crisis plan to merge now that the real estate market has nearly recovered. Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust and Colony American Homes today signed a definitive merger agreement to incorporate the two business in a stock-for-stock deal.

In connection with the deal, Starwood Waypoint will internalize its manager. The combined internally managed business is anticipated to possess and manage more than 30,000 single-family houses and have an aggregate asset value of $7.7 billion at the closing of the transaction.

Since June 30, 2015, Starwood Residential owned around 12,500 houses in eight U.S. states, while Colony American owned and handled roughly 19,000 homes,

Under the agreement, Nest American shareholders will certainly get an aggregate of 64.9 million Starwood Residential shares in exchange for all shares of Colony American. Valued at $22.75/ share prior to today’s stock exchange opening, the merger has a value of about $1.48 billion.

Upon conclusion of the deal, existing Starwood Residential investors and the previous owner of the Starwood Residential manager will certainly own roughly 41 % of the combined business’s shares. Former Nest American shareholders will certainly own approximately 59 % of the business’s shares.

Fred Tuomi, president and COO of Colony American, will certainly work as CEO. Doug Brien, CEO of Starwood Residential, will act as president and COO. Arik Prawer, CFO of Nest American, will certainly serve as CFO.

The combined business’s corporate and operational headquarters will be in Scottsdale, Arizona, while maintaining a substantial presence in Oakland, CA.

Barry Sternlicht, CEO and chairman of Starwood Capital Group, and Thomas J. Barrack, Jr., executive chairman of Colony Capital Inc., will work as non-executive co-chairmen of the combined company’s board.

“This merger is a transformative occasion for Starwood Residential and for our market,” stated Sternlicht. “Integrating 2 best-in-class groups, with a superior portfolio of houses in carefully selected geographical markets, positions us to provide long-lasting capital gratitude for our investors while earning compelling current yields at or above those currently attainable in other major realty possession classes.”

“Our team believe this merger shows the power of scale and consolidation and truly takes shape the long-lasting toughness of the single-family leasing market,” included Barrack. “This mix of Colony American and Starwood Residential genuinely redefines this asset class, and the chance in front of us is immense.”

The merger is anticipated to accomplish estimated annualized cost synergies of $40 million to $50 million.

The deal has been approved by the boards of both Starwood Residential and Colony American, and the terms of the internalization of the Starwood Residential supervisor were negotiated and accepted by a special committee of the board of trustees of Starwood Residential.

The deal is expected to enclose the first quarter 2016. Among other things, the transaction is subject to approval of Starwood Residential shareholders and customary closing conditions.

Caesars headliner Reba McEntire, Narvel Blackstock announce separation


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In this April 5, 2009, file photo, Reba McEntire and Narvel Blackstock get to the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.– Country super star Reba McEntire and her hubby and supervisor Narvel Blackstock have revealed that they are separating after 26 years of marriage.

The two stated in a joint statement Monday that they had actually been separated for the past a number of months.

“Regardless of this being the end of their marriage, they continue to support each other,” the duo stated in a statement from Huge Machine Label Group. “They have actually worked together for 35 years and will remain to doing this. They have asked that you appreciate their personal privacy during this time.”

A representative for Huge Machine declined to say whether they had actually applied for divorce.

The Grammy-winning multiplatinum artist’s career has spanned throughout music, television, movie and theater and she remains among c and w’s most popular artists with No. 1 records in each of the last 4 decades. The Oklahoma local was the star of the popular “Reba,” television program for six seasons and has actually appeared in 11 films.

Her most current album, “Love Someone,” was launched in April and debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Blackstock runs a management business that represents McEntire, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson.

The couple has one boy together, race car driver Shelby Blackstock; Blackstock has three other kids from a previous marital relationship.

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Caesars Palace

Transportation yourself to the extravagant and excessive Roman Empire at Caesars Palace. However the ever-changing Caesars Palace is far from ancient. The hotel and casino is constantly raising the bar for what visitors can anticipate in a Vegas resort experience.

Caesars Palace includes 3,348 rooms and suites in five towers, consisting of the new luxury shop Nobu Hotel and Restaurant, which opened Feb. 4, 2013, in the completely remodeled Centurian Tower. Caesars features 129,000 square feet of pc gaming area, consisting of the Strip’s biggest poker space and a 250-seat sports book. Other amenities include about 2 dozen dining establishments, a four-level shopping mall, four swimming pools, a medspa, Pure and Poetry bars and Pussycat Dolls.

Dining options include dining establishments from world-renown chefs Man Savoy, Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay, Gordon Ramsay and, on Feb. 4, 2013, Nobu Matsuhisa.

You never understand exactly what characters you’ll face at Caesars with routine performers like Jerry Seinfeld, Bette Midler, Elton John and possibly even the emperor himself.

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IvanhoƩ Cambridge, Callahan Announce Offer to Buy Four Workplace Characteristics

Beacon Capital Partners Sells Workplace Buildings In Denver, Boston for $225M; Under Contract On Sale of Assets In Chicago, NYC

In its latest move to bolster its U.S. holdings, Montreal-based IvanhoƩ Cambridge and its partner, Chicago-based Callahan Capital Characteristic, on Tuesday announced a deal to acquire workplace real properties in Denver, Boston, Chicago and Manhattan.

The endeavor bought two homes in Boston and Denver for $225 million from Beacon Capital Partners, including Channel Center, a three-building brick-and-beam workplace site totaling 251,394 square feet in Boston’s Seaport District submarket; and 410 17th Street, a 24-story, 434,740 square-foot workplace site in downtown Denver.

The endeavor also revealed it is under agreement to buy 180 North LaSalle Street, a 38-story building totaling 768,859 square feet in Chicago’s CBD; and the remaining 51 % interest that the venture does not hold in 330 Hudson Street, a 16-story workplace apartment totaling 467,830 square feet in New York’s Hudson Square.

Ivanhoe Cambridge, an unit of pension fund Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec, joined forces with the firm headed by long time REIT executive and effort advisor Tim Callahan in 2012 to enhance its stake in U.S. home. In the largest purchase of a single office tower given that the Great Economic downturn, the endeavor in January
bought the 42-story 1095 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan from Blackstone Group LP for $2.2 billion.

“Not just does this profile enable us to efficiently expand and diversify our platform in several of the top performing office markets in the country, however it likewise provides a chance to boost value through lease-up and targeted efforts,” stated Tim Callahan, CEO of Callahan Capital Features.