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  • $508M county budget gets OK

    $508M county budget gets OK
    After over two months of requests, deliberations and hearings, the Carroll County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday to approve a $508 million budget balanced without increasing tax rates. Commissioner Richard Rothschild, R-District 4, cast the...
  • Former Macy's Plaza in DTLA getting makeover from roof down

    Former Macy's Plaza in DTLA getting makeover from roof down
    Workmen torched a hole in the roof of the former Macy's Plaza in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday as part of an ambitious $180-million makeover aiming to transform the fortress-like mall into an outdoor plaza. The massive mall, now known as the Bloc,...
  • New parking rules are ice cream headache for Wilmette Dairy Queen fans

    New parking rules are ice cream headache for Wilmette Dairy Queen fans
    As anyone who has ever had one can tell you, ice cream headaches are the risk you take when you tackle an ice cream cone too eagerly. For some patrons of the Wilmette Dairy Queen outlet, 3510 Lake Ave., however, the headache has become a $130 pain in...
  • SunRail sparks more than 1,000 nearby apartment units

    SunRail sparks more than 1,000 nearby apartment units
    In its maiden year, SunRail hasn't sparked the kind of sprawling development that emerges at highway interchanges, but it has spurred more than 1,000 apartment units with other development on the way. In addition to the four SunRail-related apartments...
  • Tamale-shaped building at center of preservation dispute

    Tamale-shaped building at center of preservation dispute
    Fernando Alarcon doesn't dwell too much on what it means to be the filling of a tamale. For four years, Alarcon has worked in a dental laboratory in East Los Angeles on Whittier Boulevard inside a giant green tamale squished between two buildings. Every...
  • Crowdfunding opens doors for home flippers in Chicago area

    Crowdfunding opens doors for home flippers in Chicago area
    The gut rehab of a home on North Lombard Avenue in Oak Park certainly looks similar to other projects in Chicago and its suburbs, the remodeling of an older home into the larger living space and updated finishes desired by today's buyers. But in one...
  • In stadium financing game, Goldman Sachs dominates

    In stadium financing game, Goldman Sachs dominates
    When San Diego Chargers executives needed help raising $1.7 billion for a football stadium in Carson, they turned to the professionals: Goldman Sachs. The giant investment bank has become a major player in the high-stakes stadium financing game,...
  • What if tenant's roommate stops honoring their agreement on rent?

    What if tenant's roommate stops honoring their agreement on rent?
    Question: My roommate and I have been living in an apartment for the past three years, splitting the rent. Last year, she was laid off, so we made an arrangement that she would handle most of the housework and pay 25% of the rent, while I pay the rest. We...
  • Kennedy, Forum to work on apartments

    Kennedy, Forum to work on apartments
    Work starts this week on a $33.6 million, garden-style apartment project at the southeast corner of John Young Parkway and Taft-Vineland Road in south Orlando. Built on 9.5 acres, Murano at Grande Lakes will include three buildings with four stories...
  • Why an agent might refuse to show a house (the low commission)

    Why an agent might refuse to show a house (the low commission)
    It's one of the dark corners of American real estate that doesn't get much attention from consumers: When realty agents representing potential buyers don't like the commission split offered on a particular listing, they might boycott it — simply not...
  • Rearview Mirror: O.C. Week in Review

    Sunday, 05.17.15 Loretta Sanchez issues an apology U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez apologized for making a stereotypical Native American "war cry" gesture that disrupted the opening phase of her campaign. In remarks to hundreds of delegates at...