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  • Area housing market shows continuing recovery

    The Baltimore area home market showed more signs of recovery last month, as sales hit their highest March mark since 2007 and new contracts rose for a 10th straight month, a real estate analyst reported Friday. Closed sales rose 23.6 percent compared...
  • L.A. County office market tightens in first quarter

    L.A. County office market tightens in first quarter
    Prospective office renters in Los Angeles County are likely to have to dig deeper into their wallets as rents rise and empty space continues to fill up. Market improvements for landlords that emerged in the second half of 2014 continued in the first...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Ansca halfway home at Villaggio Reserve

    Real Estate Notebook: Ansca halfway home at Villaggio Reserve
    Ansca Homes says it has sold half of the 520 residences at Villaggio Reserve, an "active adult" community near Delray Beach. Villaggio, a 55-and-over development, offers a mix of homes and villas on Hagen Ranch Road just north of Atlantic Avenue. Prices...
  • Retail vacancies still an issue on the Peninsula, but may be improving

    Retail vacancies still an issue on the Peninsula, but may be improving
    Drive anywhere along the prime commercial corridors in Newport News, and you're sure to find an existing, or new, shopping center. But looks can be deceiving. Despite seeing a flurry of new retail leasing and development over the past year, distressed...
  • Leased solar panels can complicate — or kill — a home sale

    Leased solar panels can complicate — or kill — a home sale
    Can going green by leasing solar panels for your roof cost you money — or give you headaches — when you go to sell the house? Possibly both. Say you get pitched by one of the growing number of companies offering solar panels at no...
  • Developers walk the walk in promoting healthy communities

    Developers walk the walk in promoting healthy communities
    Healthy living was never so easy for Margi Girdzius before she moved to a condo development in Bloomingdale that supports an active lifestyle. At Medinah on the Lake, Girdzius has access to a walking path and a clubhouse with exercise equipment, a sauna...
  • Rein in the cost of your association's social functions

    Rein in the cost of your association's social functions
    The winter has been harsh and long, but relief is on the way. Landscapers are cleaning up the grounds, and outdoor swimming pools will open in a few weeks. Perhaps it is time to plan a community association party. Some associations host a regular...
  • Unit owners can challenge swimming pool restrictions

    Unit owners can challenge swimming pool restrictions
    Q: I live in a suburban community association made up of condominiums and town houses. The community has a master association to administer common areas that both properties use, such as the swimming pool and tennis courts. The master association...
  • Amazon devouring quarter of Seattle's best office space

    SEATTLE Amazon's lease of a full city block next to its global headquarters puts the firm on track to eventually occupy about 10 million square feet in downtown Seattle or one-fourth of the market's inventory of premium office space. The company...
  • Pasadena sees a flurry of hotel development, expansions and makeovers

    Pasadena sees a flurry of hotel development, expansions and makeovers
    Visitors walking into the former Hotel Constance on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena are often surprised because the inside is so different from the 1920s Spanish-style exterior. "There is an ah-ha moment, for sure," hotel executive Paul Jan Zdunek said....
  • Highland Park artist eyes empty storefront windows

     Highland Park artist eyes empty storefront windows
    In a few vacant storefronts around Highland Park, art has filled the void — large cartoonish portraits of people bearing vulnerable, soulful and even comic expressions. Their creator, Jonathan Plotkin, a Highland Park artist and commercial real...