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  • Wolf expects $3B a year by cutting sales tax exemptions

    Wolf expects $3B a year by cutting sales tax exemptions
    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania state government would reap $3 billion a year under Gov. Tom Wolf's plan to expand a 6.6 percent sales tax to include transactions on 45 categories of products or services that are currently exempt, according to figures...
  • New York group buys student housing near UCF

    New York group buys student housing near UCF
    A New York investment group purchased a 624-student apartment near the University of Central Florida as part of a $300 million portfolio acquisition. Investcorp's purchase of Orion onĀ Orpington, locatedĀ northeast of East Colonial Drive and State Road...
  • Board not legally bound to negotiate sale of building

    Board not legally bound to negotiate sale of building
    Q: Our large condominium building is in a prime location, and the board of directors recently received an unsolicited offer from a developer to buy the entire building at a slight premium over market value. Is the board the appropriate party to...
  • Willis Tower to be sold for $1.3 billion to Blackstone Group

    Willis Tower to be sold for $1.3 billion to Blackstone Group
    Blackstone Group, a private equity real estate investor with about $81 billion under management, has reached an agreement to buy Chicago's iconic Willis Tower, the company announced Monday. The purchase price is $1.3 billion, according to a source....
  • Gasthaus owner sues over Tower Building rehab project

    Gasthaus owner sues over Tower Building rehab project
    Following through on concerns aired to the city in December and acting on behalf of his father, Marco Muscarello, attorney Charles Muscarello filed suit against the City of Elgin, Capstone Development Group, and the Stickling Foundation over the...
  • Update on panhandling draws big crowd

    State Attorney Dave Aronberg was the main speaker at the monthly West Boca Community Council meeting. But the big issue was panhandling. County Commissioner/Vice Mayor Mary Lou Berger updated council members on the potential law restricting...
  • New Planet Hollywood-branded luxury condominium hotel planned for Lake Buena Vista

    New Planet Hollywood-branded luxury condominium hotel planned for Lake Buena Vista
    A 436-room condominium hotel, with studios starting at the base price of $290,000, is planned for development in Lake Buena Vista. The ph Premier Hotel & Spa Orlando, under the Planet Hollywood banner, will be built on a 14-acre site and includes...
  • After 31 years in Echo Park, victims of displacement by gentrification

    Jose and Ana Sanchez ran for their lives during El Salvador's civil war, resettled in Los Angeles and joined the working class. They landed minimum-wage jobs in the garment district, then started Ana's Ice Cream, motoring through the city to peddle...
  • Residents should have say on new development in historic neighborhood

    Residents should have say on new development in historic neighborhood
    Advocate Sherman Hospital stands tall at the corner of Big Timber and Randall Roads. If the amount of cars in the parking lot or the steady stream of ambulances rushing down Randall Road is any indication, the new location for what was formally known as...
  • Homebuilders, sellers offering incentives as market slows

    Homebuilders, sellers offering incentives as market slows
    The Z Palm Beach Residences starts at a pricey $2.3 million, but buyers don't just get a condo for that kind of cash. They'll also be given a Tesla Model S, valued at about $75,000. A little farther south, a seller asking $3.5 million for a Boca Raton...
  • City wants to give supermarkets a tax break to locate in food deserts, restrict tax sales

    City wants to give supermarkets a tax break to locate in food deserts, restrict tax sales
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to give a tax break to supermarkets that locate in unserved Baltimore areas and to add more protections for homeowners facing a city tax sale because of unpaid taxes or water bills. The two proposals are key parts of...