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Hello Living receives $ 32 million in loans for mixed-use building in Brooklyn

Josh Zegen, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Madison Realty Capital NEW YORK — Hello Living has recapitalized its 15-story, 76,000 square foot mixed-use residential and commercial rental property located at 271 Lenox Rd. In Brooklyn. The property includes 55 rental units, 9,000 square feet of retail space on the ground …

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Santa Clarita man pleads guilty to getting over $ 1 million in PPP loan scam

A man from the Santa Clarita Valley pleaded guilty on Tuesday to federal charges that he fraudulently obtained more than $ 1 million in Paycheck Protection Program (P3) loans for shell companies, said responsible. Raymond Magana, 40, of Santa Clarita, pleaded guilty to one count of fraud in connection with …

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CBI hands Janta Glass Limited and others in bank fraud case

The CBI accused Janta Glass Limited, its directors and others of allegedly causing an unwarranted loss of around 75 crore to UCO Bank by embezzling funds raised through loans. The company has its office in Mumbai and factory premises in Vadodara, Gujarat. Among the 10 defendants are President Jayantilal Mehta, …

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Parkview Financial Provides $ 100 Million Loan to Convert Harrah’s Hotel Casino to Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Reno

The approximately 1.4 million gross square feet Harrah’s Reno Hotel and Casino is being converted into the Reno City Center, a mixed-use project with 538 apartments and over 250,000 square feet of office and retail space. retail business. RENO, NEV. – Parkview Financial has granted a loan of $ 100 …

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Muskegon boxer’s ‘beast’ prepares for world title eliminator on Showtime

Raeese Aleem would rather box in an empty arena than not fight at all. Muskegon’s “The Beast” is just happy to have another fight amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the opportunity to get closer to a world title shot. The undefeated super bantamweight, who now lives and trains in Las …

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COVID-19 a factor in the closure of the former Sunbury textile factory; 101 employees lose their jobs

SUNBURY – The COVID-19 pandemic has sealed the fate of the former Sunbury textile factory which will leave 101 jobless when it closes later this summer. The market for non-performing woven fabrics was in decline before the pandemic, said David Swers, president of Glen Raven Custom Fabrics. But orders for …

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House Extends Tighter Oregon Foreclosure Moratorium | Local

“Banks and credit unions continue to work individually with their borrowers to continue to ensure they can avoid foreclosure,” Rep. Daniel Bonham, a Republican from The Dalles, said when promoting the surrogate. . “The share of delinquent and delinquent mortgages continues to decline as the economy improves.” According to the …

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President wants to increase enrollment in higher education

GHANA Concerned about the low gross level of tertiary education enrollment in Ghana, the government is implementing sweeping measures to increase enrollment from the current 18.8% to 40% by 2030, including the creation of an open university and changing student loan requirements. In his State of the Nation address to …

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Generation of unemployed: another class of graduates faces a future marked by the pandemic

The job market is starting to roar, but for anxious seniors like Bao Ha, it’s a whole different reality. “I probably applied for 130 or 40 jobs or something,” Ha says. “I haven’t even received a return email or an interview.” Ha soon graduated from Macalaster College in Minnesota, and …

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Tausight Closes $ 20 Million Series A Funding to Discover and Help Secure Protected Health Information (PHI)

BOSTON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Tausight announced today that it has raised $ 20 million in Series A funding to help solve one of the most difficult responsibilities of healthcare CIOs and CISOs: ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of healthcare information protected (PHI) patients. The tour de table was co-led by existing …

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