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By Emily DeRuy | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: February 4, 2019 at 3:59 pm | UPDATED: February 5, 2019 at 3:21 am In what marks the most significant investment San Jose has made in affordable housing in years, the city will devote nearly $100 million to nearly a dozen projects across the city over the next several years. A total of eleven developments are expected to provide 1,144 apartments to formerly homeless residents, low-income seniors and other vulnerable groups, the city’s Housing Department said in a memo released Monday. “We’re making this historic commitment in funding for the creation of more than 1,100 affordable homes because we need to use every tool possible in this battle against our housing crisis,” Mayor Sam Liccardo said in a phone interview. “We hope that other cities follow suit.” The projects — which are slated to rise from downtown to east San Jose to the southern part of … [Read more...] about San Jose devotes nearly $100 million to affordable housing
By Staff report | PUBLISHED: February 4, 2019 at 8:30 am | UPDATED: February 4, 2019 at 8:30 am Parcel Pending, a package management solution for managers and residents of apartment complexes, has been acquired by a French firm for $100 million.(PAUL RODRIGUEZ, SCNG) Lori Torres is CEO of Parcel Pending, a package management solution for managers and residents of multiple-unit residences. Her company has been acquired by Neopost in Paris for $100 million.(PAUL RODRIGUEZ, SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsStacked’s COO Craig Carlyle and company co-founder and CEO Paul Motenko. (Courtesy of Stacked) Jacqueline Berry has been named general manager of Miraval Life in Balance Spa at Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point. Berry specializes in growing and leading teams in resorts, onboard cruise ships, in boutique hotels, and day spas. (Courtesy of Monarch Beach Resort) Kevin H. Wiest has joined Windes, an accounting and advisory firm in Irvine, as a partner in its Tax … [Read more...] about Status Update: Parcel Pending in Irvine sells for $100 million; Yard House veteran joins Stacked
More than 100 million people have access to Amazon Prime benefits as of December 31, according to a Consumer Intelligence Research Partners survey.The survey found that membership growth has been slowing over the last year, however, and more customers are opting for monthly payments over annual.Amazon's Prime membership program continues to reach a larger percentage of the US population.More than 100 million people have access to Amazon Prime benefits as of December 31, according to a Consumer Intelligence Research Partners survey of 500 Amazon customers. That translates to 62% of Amazon customers getting access to perks like free two-day shipping, Prime Video streaming, and more.Amazon did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment on the survey.Outside of major milestones, Amazon does not typically share Prime subscriber numbers. The last such milestone was in April 2018, when Bezos said in his yearly investor letter that Amazon had more than 100 million paying … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime membership has crested 100 million in the US — but how much further can it go?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Milton J. Valencia and Tim Logan Globe Staff January 14, 2019 In the thick of an affordable housing crisis that has taken hold across Greater Boston, city councilors have proposed levying fees on high-end real estate deals to help pay for more housing — part of a bold and controversial movement across the region to tax developers who have been profiting off of a historic building boom.The proposal would set a tax of up to 6 percent on many commercial and residential sales over $2 million and establish a “flipping” tax of up to 25 percent on some properties that are sold twice within two years. It’s a bid to stem speculation and profiteering in Boston’s red-hot real estate market, the councilors say, and could raise anywhere from $175 million to $350 million a year. “We are in a crisis,” said City Councilor Lydia Edwards, the … [Read more...] about Amid housing crunch, city officials propose new real estate taxes on ‘flipping’ and sales over $2 million