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  • Real Estate Notebook: Wellington estate sells at auction

    Real Estate Notebook: Wellington estate sells at auction
    A golf course estate at Palm Beach Polo Golf and Country Club in Wellington has sold at auction, though the price won't be revealed until the deal closes. Plantinum Luxury Auctions said the price is nearly double the auction's $1.25 million reserve bid....
  • Evanston group mulls mansion uses

    Members of the city's Harley Clarke Citizens' Committee continue to weigh a wide range of possibilities for the city-owned mansion and property. Those possibilities include giving it outright to some group who would then be a "good steward" toward its...
  • Broward Small Business Leader: Alan C. Hooper, Hooper Construction | Video

    Broward Small Business Leader: Alan C. Hooper, Hooper Construction | Video
    It was the job Alan C. Hooper didn't get that defined his career. In 1987, Hooper called a Fort Lauderdale developer to ask about a job. In the midst of a lackluster economy, the firm wasn't hiring. So Hooper set out to sell and rent houses and...
  • 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...
  • Revel buyer Straub: A businessman with his own point of view

    PHILADELPHIA As South Florida investor Glenn Straub takes over the bankrupt Revel Casino Hotel, he brings something to Atlantic City, N.J., that has been in short supply: Cash. Last week, just days before his purchase of Revel for $82 million, Straub...
  • '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...
  • Development could stymie building plans in Bethlehem

    Development could stymie building plans in Bethlehem
    Lou Pektor, once one of Bethlehem's most prolific developers, promised last year to reintroduce his brand of redevelopment to the South Side: a micro-brewery and restaurant on an empty parking lot. He has the operators lined up, land development plans...
  • Oak Forest extends pact for planning services

    Oak Forest extends pact for planning services
    Oak Forest aldermen have approved a new contract with a consulting firm that provides the services of a city planner, but two alderman voted against it, with one advocating for the city to hire a full-time planner. The vote Tuesday night was 4-2, with...
  • Water main break adds to New Lenox traffic concerns

    Water main break adds to New Lenox traffic concerns
    Taking a small but necessary step in an effort to improve the flow of north-south traffic in town, the New Lenox Village Board on Monday approved the $35,000 purchase of a strip of land as part of the planned extension of Nelson Road. The vote...
  • Legislature appears no closer to property tax relief

    Legislature appears no closer to property tax relief
    HARRISBURG — In an out of-the-way hearing room in the state Capitol on Tuesday, lawmakers earnestly and quietly debated a taxing nuisance that has vexed the Legislature for generations and could tie up passage of Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal...
  • Deal closes on sale of ex-Revel casino; Straub new owner

    Revel, the multibillion-dollar resort bust that was once widely viewed as the potential savior of Atlantic City's struggling casino industry, is getting a second chance as part of a Florida developer's ambitious plan to remake the East Coast gambling...