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  • Chinese developer buys site near Staples Center, plans to build condos

    Chinese developer buys site near Staples Center, plans to build condos
    Another developer from China has entered the downtown Los Angeles real estate market with the $26-million purchase of property near Staples Center where it intends to build condominiums. Shanghai-based Shenglong Group bought 1201 S. Grand Ave. from Rafi...
  • Church Pays Almost $1M For Former Boy Scout Camp

    Church Pays Almost $1M For Former Boy Scout Camp
    A local church purchased a former Boy Scout camp and ranger house in Bozrah for $960,300, documents filed with the town show. The Revelation Church closed on the purchase of Camp Tadma on Tuesday. It had submitted the winning bid for the 340-acre...
  • Bruce Rauner turns to high-priced consultant for budget plan

    Bruce Rauner turns to high-priced consultant for budget plan
    When Gov. Bruce Rauner set out to craft the budget he'll propose Wednesday, he turned to a $30,000-a-month consultant with a history of helping Republican governors and a devotion to the supply-side economic theories popularized by Ronald Reagan. From...
  • Travelers Inn to be demolished to make way for Holiday Inn

    The Travelers Inn and the vacant Ozzie's Bar and Grill restaurant building behind it will be demolished to make way for Holiday Inn. Lakhani Hospitality, which owns the lots, already operates three Holiday Inn locations throughout the Chicagoland area....
  • Newington Grand List 'Not Tremendous News'

    NEWINGTON -- The town's tax base barely grew in the last year, held back by successful assessment appeals and the state's exemption on taxation of new manufacturing equipment. "It's not tremendous news," Assessor S. Steven Juda said. The grand list, the...
  • Chicago homebuyers have fewer options, paying more

    Chicago homebuyers have fewer options, paying more
    A decline in the number of homes for sale in January meant yet another month of higher prices and decreased sales activity in the Chicago area. Existing-home sales in the nine-county Chicago area fell 5.2 percent from a year earlier, to 5,619 single-...
  • Industrial portfolio east of Orlando sells

    Industrial portfolio east of Orlando sells
    The Partyka Group at NAI Realvest represented the seller, Owen Family Venture LLC, in a $6.1 million sale of six industrial properties near the University of Central Florida and Winter Springs. A New York investor purchased the buildings. Four buildings...
  • Tech Center land values grow in Newport News after rezoning

    Tech Center land values grow in Newport News after rezoning
    It was the highest-profile piece of undeveloped land in the city — and the value of the 44 acres at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Oyster Point Road has plunged and soared with developer John R. Lawson's ability to negotiate a good price —...
  • Final sale for shuttered Lincoln Mall

    Final sale for shuttered Lincoln Mall
    It has been closed for more than a month, but Lincoln Mall's final sale is yet to occur. A Cook County judge on Thursday approved a plan by the Matteson mall's receiver to sell anything of value still in the building, including benches, storefronts...
  • Neighbors: Vacant home Vanilla Ice is accused of burglarizing 'is an eyesore'

    Neighbors: Vacant home Vanilla Ice is accused of burglarizing 'is an eyesore'
    No one has lived in the home at the center of controversy involving '90s rapper Vanilla Ice since 2008, according to neighbors, and it's been a neighborhood black eye for years. Now it's gained notoriety as the home from which Vanilla Ice, whose real...
  • Tax breaks come back to bite Baltimore

    Tax breaks come back to bite Baltimore
    Back during the first wave of Big John absurdity — huge property tax breaks for politically influential developers of commercial real estate in Baltimore — I made jokes about it. I thought it was ridiculously funny. It was also outrageous. But...