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  • Renting or buying -- a question for small business owners

    Renting or buying -- a question for small business owners
    As the economy improves and the unemployment rate in the Orlando metropolitan area keeps dropping, a question that often comes up in good times is making a comeback, Mary Hurley noted. Should you rent when you could buy? Area residents in apartment...
  • Plans call for multi-use development of Orlando Sentinel's downtown property

    Plans call for multi-use development of Orlando Sentinel's downtown property
    Owners of the two downtown blocks the Orlando Sentinel leases have filed plans to redevelop the land with apartments, offices, shopping and a hotel. Redevelopment plans for the property from Colonial Drive to Amelia Street along North Orange Avenue...
  • Residence Inn Boca Raton sold for $12 million

    Residence Inn Boca Raton sold for $12 million
    The Residence Inn Boca Raton located inside the Boca Commerce Office Park has a new owner. The 120-room hotel at 525 N.W. 77 St. has sold for $12 million to BRE Newton Hotels Property Owner LLC, according to a deed filed Monday in Palm Beach County....
  • Association director alleges conspiracy by attorney, manager

    Question: As board director of our homeowner association, I requested three documents from our manager concerning a baseless lawsuit filed by an association homeowner. Association attorneys refuse to provide litigation information to me, and this is the...
  • Luxury apartments with a lobby you can't ignore

    Luxury apartments with a lobby you can't ignore
    First impressions are everything, and the first thing you notice at the 73 East Lake rental building in Chicago is a striking mosaic video wall that sets the tone for the glass tower. The creative digital installation in the lobby plays a four-minute...
  • At the Thermal Club, wealthy gearheads will have private vrooms

    At the Thermal Club, wealthy gearheads will have private vrooms
    In the shadow of the Santa Rosa Mountains, a private playground for some of the nation's wealthiest gearheads is rising out of the desert heat. A refuge for classic Maseratis or screaming new Ferraris, the Thermal Club will stretch over 344 acres of...
  • What home buyers and sellers should know about appraisals

    When it comes to real estate, the appraisal is the linchpin around which all else revolves. Both buyers and sellers are in a holding pattern until the appraiser arrives at the property, looks it over and comes back with a figure for what he thinks the...
  • Legislative developments abound that affect condo associations

    Legislative developments abound that affect condo associations
    There have been quite a few Illinois legislative, judicial and executive developments affecting condominium associations recently. Part one is below, and next week's column will cover additional developments. Electronic communications to be allowed by...
  • Thinking of borrowing? Low mortgage rates may be poised to rise

    If you're borrowing to buy a house, there's almost never been a better time to do it. Interest rates on an average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage hit 4.1% this week, a low for the year, according to lending giant Freddie Mac. They've been bouncing in the...
  • Hollywood's Westin Diplomat hotel sold in $535 million deal

    Hollywood's Westin Diplomat hotel sold in $535 million deal
    Broward County's largest hotel has changed hands in a massive half-billion-dollar deal. The 998-unit Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa has sold for $460 million to Diplomat Hotel Owner LLC, an affiliate of Thayer Lodging Group of Annapolis, Md. No Broward...
  • Developer: Allentown tower plan will move forward, with or without tenants

     Developer: Allentown tower plan will move forward, with or without tenants
    A little more than a year after pitching plans for a 33-story tower that would eclipse the iconic PPL tower, Allentown developer Bruce Loch was back Wednesday, pledging to move forward despite the fact that no tenants have signed on. "We are serious...