Media Production Infrastructure
Media Production: New film production studio planned

Media Production: New film production studio planned

Posted 07.16.2009 | Categories: Media Production Infrastructure | No Comments

A building that houses light manufacturing and warehouse space is expected to be soon bustling with film crews after its purchase by the Connecticut Film Center. Headquartered in Stamford and with facilities in Norwalk, the center plans to house its production and soundstage facilities in the 155,000-square-foot building at 300 Stillwater Ave., which it purchased […]

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Student Housing: 4Eleven absorption moves Concannon project forward; unversity and film industry also spur commercial real estate leasing

Student Housing: 4Eleven absorption moves Concannon project forward; unversity and film industry also spur commercial real estate leasing

Posted 07.11.2009 | Categories: Student Housing, Media Production Infrastructure | No Comments

The absorption rate of units at the 4Eleven Lofts student housing project on East Washington Street is pushing forward the development of a potentially larger student development right next door. Michael Concannon, owner of 425 E. Washington, said the fact that 4Eleven has leased two-thirds of its 342 beds shows a healthy demand for new […]

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Media Production: Demand of Another Kind

Media Production: Demand of Another Kind

Posted 06.17.2009 | Categories: Media Production Infrastructure | No Comments

Although studios have come and gone, new media has stepped in to bolster the entertainment cache of Hollywood. In the past 10 to 20 years, the idea of Tinsel Town as the world’s premiere entertainment industry enclave has been tarnished by talk about runaway film production and a string of labor issues that’s given rise […]

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Media Production: Hollywood workers choose tax-friendly states over California

Media Production: Hollywood workers choose tax-friendly states over California

Posted 06.12.2009 | Categories: Media Production Infrastructure | No Comments

A 25-year veteran of the film industry, William Gilpin lived in Los Angeles his entire life until he moved to New Mexico at the end of 2007. The construction coordinator works on cable network AMC’s hit series Breaking Bad, about a chemistry teacher who turns to a life of drug-dealing after being diagnosed with cancer. […]

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Healthcare: U.S. Treasury Officials Tour Nation’s Best Tax Credit Financed Project

Posted 06.11.2009 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare, Senior Housing/Assisted Living, Media Production Infrastructure | No Comments

Treasury Dept. Director Donna Gambrell Surveys New Orleans’ Second Line Stages Film Studio and Other Notable Redevelopment Projects Funded With Tax Credits From National New Markets Fund Donna J. Gambrell, Director of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund, traveled to New Orleans last week for a series of visits to community […]

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Media Production: Kiplinger’s Ranks Albuquerque a Top City

Media Production: Kiplinger’s Ranks Albuquerque a Top City

Posted 06.11.2009 | Categories: Media Production Infrastructure | No Comments

Thanks to New Mexico’s commitment to creating jobs in the film, computer animation, 3-D, digital media and solar industries, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine ranked the city of Albuquerque No. 2 on its Best Cities 2009 list. The magazine ranked cities on employment in the face of recession and on potential job growth. Much of that […]

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