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  • City officials discuss overview of proposed budget

    Burbank faces a series of challenges, including low projected growth, anticipated stagnation in sales tax revenues because of shifts in consumer behavior and a potential "housing crisis" that may make it harder to woo businesses to set up shop in the...
  • Those living under airport cloud seek closure

    Those living under airport cloud seek closure
    What residents love most about southern Will County are the quiet and the expansive horizons, skies filled with stunning sunrises and sunsets and a variety of wildlife amid forests and farmland as far as one can see. Yet even on the sunniest of days,...
  • Annapolis firm buying low-income housing communities

    Annapolis firm buying low-income housing communities
    New ownership is coming for two embattled Annapolis low-income housing properties. Homes For America has a contract to purchase Timothy House and Timothy Gardens. CEO Nancy Rase said the Annapolis nonprofit plans to close on the properties in June....
  • Real Estate Notebook: Former Atlantic Antique Mall fetches $6.25 million

    Real Estate Notebook: Former Atlantic Antique Mall fetches $6.25 million
    The former Atlantic Antique Mall building in downtown Delray Beach has sold for $6.25 million. MROD Realty Corp. bought the 11,500-square-foot retail and office property at 602 E. Atlantic Ave. The seller was Antique Experience LLC. Starbucks and Cafe...
  • Tribune Publishing, owner of Daily Press, to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million

    Tribune Publishing, owner of Daily Press, to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million
    Tribune Publishing has entered into an agreement to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million. The deal, confirmed Thursday evening, includes $73 million in cash and $12 million in Tribune Publishing common stock for the flagship San Diego newspaper, as well as...
  • Tribune Publishing to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million

    Tribune Publishing to buy U-T San Diego for $85 million
    Tribune Publishing has entered into an agreement to buy San Diego's flagship newspaper for $85 million. The deal, confirmed Thursday evening, includes $73 million in cash and $12 million in Tribune Publishing common stock for the U-T San Diego...
  • Towson Circle owner plans apartment tower, hotel

    Towson Circle owner plans apartment tower, hotel
    The owner of Towson Circle, anchored by Trader Joe's, Pier 1 Imports and Barnes & Noble, is developing plans to redevelop the high-profile property, adding a 400-unit apartment tower and hotel. Retail Properties of America Inc., an Illinois-base real...
  • Land bank will take 'calculated risk' in 26 areas

    Land bank will take 'calculated risk' in 26 areas
    Humboldt Park is in. So are East Garfield Park and Woodlawn in Chicago and suburbs like Maywood, Matteson and South Holland. The Cook County Land Bank Authority has identified 13 city neighborhoods and 13 west and south suburbs where it will...
  • COPT in 'prove-me mode'

    The CEO of Corporate Office Properties Trust said Thursday the firm is in "prove-me mode," as it adapts its portfolio to serve a workforce more interested in an urban setting, while its longstanding government contractor tenants face slower growth. The...
  • Sears future may include slimmed down stores

    Sears future may include slimmed down stores
    Eddie Lampert, chairman and CEO of Sears Holdings, said during the company's annual shareholders meeting Wednesday that the $2.5 billion the company expects to generate from the sale of 254 properties to a real estate investment trust should "put to...
  • New Town Village Center sells for $31.7 million

    New Town Village Center sells for $31.7 million
    A large Illinois real estate firm closed Tuesday on an Owings Mills Shopping Center, paying nearly $31.7 million — about 40 percent more than when the property last sold three years ago. Strong demand driven by low interest rates and limited mid-...