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  • Office space near LAX is cheaper than it is in Detroit

    Office space near LAX is cheaper than it is in Detroit
    The views from office towers near Los Angeles International Airport can be great. Tenants watch planes coming and going or check out the city skyline and the Pacific Ocean. They just don’t have much company. The LAX market has been softer than a...
  • Managing construction projects is in Deryl McKissack's genes

    The gig: Deryl McKissack, 52, is president and chief executive of McKissack & McKissack, a construction management and design firm with offices in Los Angeles, Washington, Chicago and Baltimore. The firm manages about $15 billion in construction projects....
  • Tenants Welcome: Hartford, Suburbs Headed For Apartment Building Boom

    Tenants Welcome: Hartford, Suburbs Headed For Apartment Building Boom
    The addition of nearly 1,000 new apartments over the next few years could be what downtown Hartford needs to secure a long-elusive vibrancy beyond the work week. Five apartment projects are now underway — four conversions and one new complex&...
  • Senior housing task force members needed

    The Laguna Beach City Council is accepting applications from residents willing to serve on a new senior housing task force. The panel will be asked to advise the Planning Commission by Dec. 30 on what the city can do to keep the elderly in their homes...
  • Stage collapse probe: flawed construction and likely no permit

    A stage that collapsed at an Anaheim high school and left two dozen students injured had flawed construction and may not have had a building permit, according to school officials. In a message posted Wednesday on the Servite High School website,...
  • Council explores Sunset Ridge parking

    As construction of Sunset Ridge Park gets underway, one question has been worrying city staff: Where will visitors park? A possible solution emerged Tuesday, when staff explained during a Newport Beach City Council study session that a 64-space pay...
  • Fire damages mobile home near Aberdeen Friday

    Fire damaged a mobile home near Aberdeen Friday evening. The home, at Wright's Mobile Home Village in the 1100 block of Old Philadelphia Road, was reported on fire shortly after 5 p.m. Initial emergency radio dispatches said the resident reported...
  • Building permits thorny issue in Wilmette

    Building permits thorny issue in Wilmette
    Wilmette officials are concerned about the number of residents completing home improvement projects without proper permits, some of which could contribute to flooding and other issues. If they seek variances after the fact, trustees are put in the...
  • Bomb-making suspect pleads not guilty; police to burn mobile home

    Bomb-making suspect pleads not guilty; police to burn mobile home
    A man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of making a bomb and having explosive materials in a Cathedral City mobile home, which police plan to burn, according to authorities. Cathedral City police went to the home about 1:45 a.m. Tuesday after...
  • Downtown L.A. building boom stretching west of financial district

    Downtown L.A. building boom stretching west of financial district
    The downtown Los Angeles building boom is spreading outward. Construction has begun on a 648-unit apartment complex just west of the financial district, in yet another example of downtown's resurgence expanding beyond the neighborhood's traditional...
  • Watergate's 'Deep Throat' garage faces the wrecking ball

    A concrete reminder of the Watergate scandal is about to disappear. The Rosslyn, Va., garage where the source "Deep Throat" passed information to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward will face the wrecking ball. Arlington County officials have...