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  • Gloucester approves $59.3 million budget

    GLOUCESTER – The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors approved a spending plan for fiscal year 2016 that offers a new tax rate, includes no increase in funding for schools, and eliminates the county's boat tax. The $59.3 million general fund...
  • 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...
  • People on the Move: Jordan Zimmerman receives Horatio Alger Award

    People on the Move: Jordan Zimmerman receives Horatio Alger Award
    Recognition Jordan Zimmerman, founder of Fort Lauderdale-based Zimmerman Advertising, received the Horatio Alger Award at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The honor is given to outstanding individuals throughout the country, recognizing their commitment...
  • $6 million waterfront homes planned in Hallandale Beach

    $6 million waterfront homes planned in Hallandale Beach
    Building luxury homes without buyers in place is tricky in any kind of housing market, but Troy Dean Ippolito said he isn't sweating it. Ippolito's firm, Trend Estates, plans to build five waterfront "spec" homes in the affluent Golden Isles...
  • 'Surreal' sale at shuttered Lincoln Mall

    'Surreal' sale at shuttered Lincoln Mall
    Before an auction got under way Wednesday to sell remnants of Lincoln Mall, Cindy LeBlanc-Giannoni and her friend Becky Johnson were literally taking a walk down memory lane. Slowly strolling past rows of decorated Christmas trees and wreaths that would...
  • Property values in Isle of Wight largely flat after reassessment

    Property values in Isle of Wight have essentially remained flat over the last three years, according to the county's latest reassessment. A small amount of growth in residential and commercial property values was offset by a large drop in agricultural...
  • Jason Statham, Tobey Maguire headline L.A.'s top real estate sales

    Jason Statham, Tobey Maguire headline L.A.'s top real estate sales
    Homes linked to two of Hollywood's leading men, a Beverly Hills legacy estate and a Bradbury residence with a view were among the top residential real estate sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week. $12.995 million, Beverly Hills Formerly...
  • LaGrange Road Army Reserve site to be transferred to developer

    LaGrange Road Army Reserve site to be transferred to developer
    A former Army Reserve vehicle maintenance facility sitting on prime commercial real estate on LaGrange Road in Orland Park is in the process of being transferred to a private developer, officials said. The 9-acre property at 15750 S. LaGrange Rd. isn'...
  • Greystone program expands its vintage housing reach

    Greystone program expands its vintage housing reach
    Teaching Chicagoans to spell "greystone" with an "e" rather than an "a" was merely one of the fringe benefits of the Historic Chicago Greystone Initiative, begun in spring 2006 by Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago. The program's real impact was...