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  • Marketing expert seeks outside-the-box challenges

    Marketing expert seeks outside-the-box challenges
    Who: Brenda Bailey of Fort Lauderdale Why: Bailey was recently named business development directorat SmartWater CSI in Fort Lauderdale. She joined the company in December 2012 as business development manager. About the company: SmartWater, founded...
  • Residents, activists oppose new vision for Lathrop Homes

    Residents, activists oppose new vision for Lathrop Homes
    Though it’s a just an aged, run-down and now mostly vacant public housing complex, the Lathrop Homes is where Talitha Jackson has for a decade felt most comfortable raising her four children, she said. “This is the safest place to raise my...
  • Housing agency pays $6.8 million to lead paint victims

    Housing agency pays $6.8 million to lead paint victims
    Using funds meant to help poor families find affordable places to live, Baltimore's public housing agency has paid nearly $6.8 million in long-standing court judgments for lead poisoning suffered by six former residents when they were young children....
  • Lawsuit challenges CHA's drug testing policy

    Lawsuit challenges CHA's drug testing policy
    A Chicago man who objects to having to submit to drug testing as a condition of living in an apartment that he rents from the Chicago Housing Authority filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the policy in federal court. Joseph Peery, 58, has lived in the...
  • Whole Foods market takes second bite at Burbank

    Whole Foods market takes second bite at Burbank
    Burbank residents are being asked to weigh in on a proposal to bring a Whole Foods market — along with a 241-unit luxury apartment complex on top — to the city’s Media District, officials said. The “Talaria at Burbank”...
  • Burbank housing project ready for tenants

    Burbank housing project ready for tenants
    A new 20-unit, eco-friendly affordable housing project was unveiled on Thursday, wrapping up two years of construction and replacing a cluster of severely blighted buildings in "horrific" condition, officials said. The $9.7-million Sycamore at...
  • Hekemian to break ground on Rotunda in September

    Hekemian to break ground on Rotunda in September
    Groundbreaking for Hekemian & Co.'s two-year, $100 million redevelopment of the Rotunda will be Sept. 3,. Most of the struggling shopping mall's remaining retail tenants must leave ahead of construction, but office tenants will remain, officials said....
  • L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings

    L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings
    Seismic experts and engineers have long warned that a certain type of wood-framed building is particularly vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake, because the first story cannot support the weight of the upper stories. During Southern...
  • Huge distribution warehouse planned for former GM site

    Huge distribution warehouse planned for former GM site
    The owner of the former General Motors factory site in Southeast Baltimore has applied for a city permit to build a huge warehouse that would employ up to 2,600 people, according to documents filed with the city planning department. The 2.8 million-...
  • Residents concerned about traffic from Whole Foods, apartment project

    Burbank residents on Monday shared parking and traffic concerns with developers of the luxury apartment complex and Whole Foods market proposed for Burbank’s media district. The 241-unit project — slated for 3401 W. Olive Ave. and dubbed...
  • Proposal to list buildings vulnerable to earthquakes sparks debate

    Proposal to list buildings vulnerable to earthquakes sparks debate
    A Los Angeles councilman's call for the city to consider creating an inventory of thousands of so-called soft-story apartments that could collapse during a major earthquake is already generating debate. This first-of-its-kind list would apply to...