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  • Rainmaking lawyer leaves one Chicago firm for another

     Rainmaking lawyer leaves one Chicago firm for another
    James Hurst, one of the biggest rainmakers in the Chicago legal market, is leaving one of the city's largest law firms for another. Kirkland & Ellis said Wednesday that Hurst will join the firm's litigation and intellectual property groups, after a 25-...
  • UK construction output slides in October

    British construction output suffered an unexpected sharp fall in October, even as growth in preceding months was revised up and handed a slight boost to overall economic growth in the third quarter. Construction output fell 2.2 percent in October after...
  • Real Estate Notebook: The Bridges' clubhouse, restaurant open

    Real Estate Notebook: The Bridges' clubhouse, restaurant open
    A recap of the week's real estate news. GL Homes opened the clubhouse Dec. 3 at The Bridges, a 591-home luxury development near Delray Beach. The 17,000-square-foot clubhouse features a restaurant: The Grille at The Bridges. Residents placed more than...
  • City commission votes to buy and demolish former Booby Trap building

    City commission votes to buy and demolish former Booby Trap building
    Steven Roberts has lived in Winter Park long enough that he can remember the days when a business in his neighborhood had a pretty unique name. “Back when I was a kid,” he said, “it was the Booby Trap.” These days, the business...
  • Saving Sears: Eddie Lampert's complicated dance

    Tax rules and concerns about Sears Holdings Corp's SHLD.O tenuous financial condition may force CEO Eddie Lampert to do a complicated dance as he plans to spin off the retailer's best real estate into a separate trust. Last month, the troubled retailer...
  • Owner of Michigan Avenue mall buys adjacent block

    Owner of Michigan Avenue mall buys adjacent block
    The owner of the Shops at North Bridge on North Michigan Avenue has bought an adjacent parcel the size of a city block, county records show, leading some real estate watchers to wonder if an expansion of the mall will follow. Macerich, a Santa Monica-...
  • Winter Park will purchase, raze former Booby Trap adult club

    Winter Park will purchase, raze former Booby Trap adult club
    The former Booby Trap on Lee Road is not long for this world. The Winter Park City Commission voted unanimously at its Monday meeting to purchase the structure — and added an amendment to raze it immediately. The owner of the breast-shaped...
  • Woodstock launches solar program for residents

    More than 75 Woodstock residents attended a Solarize Connecticut workshop on Dec. 3 to learn about a program offering financial incentives to homeowners who install solar panels on their properties. Woodstock was selected along with 14 other clean-...
  • Home equity lines back in vogue

    If you're thinking about taking out a new home equity line, you're hardly alone. Credit lines tied to home equity — popularly known as HELOCs — are one of the fastest-growing segments in the mortgage market. Volume during the first half of...
  • Balto. Co. Council OKs new deal for sale of Dundalk government center

    Balto. Co. Council OKs new deal for sale of Dundalk government center
    Without discussion, members of the Baltimore County Council approved a new contract for the sale of the North Point Government Center in Dundalk to a shopping center developer during the final meeting of their term Monday night. The new contract...
  • Delray officials explore ways to save celebrated 'Artists Alley'

    Delray officials explore ways to save celebrated 'Artists Alley'
    The city of Delray Beach doesn't own Artists Alley, the arts colony in a stretch of warehouses that is at risk of closing in the Pineapple Grove community. But that isn't stopping the city from trying to save the four buildings from foreclosure. They're...