The U.S Senate passed a bipartisan infrastructure package last week by a 69-30 vote. The $1.2 trillion package now heads to the House of Representatives where it awaits passage before heading to President Biden’s desk for signature.
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Following the tragic condominium collapse in Surfside, Fla., BOMA International co-convened a building safety symposium on Tuesday with the International Code Council and the National Institute of Building Sciences.
8/19/2021 • Ken Rosenfeld
The U.S. Senate voted last night—67 to 32 —to open debate on the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill almost one week after the same cloture vote failed and put the future of the long-awaited package in limbo.
7/29/2021 • Pearce Crosland
On December 21, as lawmakers itched to adjourn for the calendar year with hopes to make it home in time for reindeer sightings, Congress passed “The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021” (H.R. 133) and it was signed by President Trump on December
1/7/2021 • Emily Naden, LEED Green Associate
America woke up on Wednesday, November 4, with more questions than answers, more confusion than confidence. After a grueling election season, on top of a pandemic that had already killed hundreds of thousands of Americans, hobbled businesses and expo
Even in a strong economy, proposing the largest property tax increase in California history seemed ill-advised. Now, coupled with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and a national recession, it seems untenable.
As the United States continues to struggle with the severe toll of the coronavirus pandemic, the commercial real estate sector is playing a vital role in reopening and recovery efforts. During this crisis, BOMA International and its members have rema
As Ben Franklin once said, the only two certainties in life are death and taxes. While property professionals are more than accustomed to paying commercial property taxes, there’s a national trend of increased taxation on the commercial real estate i
On Wednesday, March 18, the U.S. Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), also referred to as “Phase 2” of several anticipated sweeping stimulus packages aimed at curbing the financial hardships that are befalling Amer