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  • Delray to discuss eliminating left turns on section of Atlantic Avenue

    Delray to discuss eliminating left turns on section of Atlantic Avenue
    Making a left turn on Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach could soon be illegal — again. Tuesday, commissioners will discuss prohibiting left turns on both eastbound and westbound Atlantic Avenue between Northeast First and Northeast Fourth...
  • Sears leans on real estate values again to generate cash

    Sears leans on real estate values again to generate cash
    Sears announced its second deal this month intended to extract value from its sizeable real estate holdings as the retailer struggles to offset falling sales. Sears will contribute 10 properties valued at $228 million to a joint venture with the mall...
  • Lauderdale seeks new life for River House property

    Lauderdale seeks new life for River House property
    FORT LAUDERDALE – For a quarter century, the River House Restaurant and its predecessors were the place to go on the New River for an upscale meal, to gather to celebrate a wedding or retirement, or simply to enjoy a cocktail on the veranda watching...
  • Viking statue comes down on Chincoteague Island

    The huge Viking statue that stood sentinel over Chincoteague's Pony Swim Lane for more than three decades is no longer there, after the land on which it stood was put up for sale. Its removal came 1 1/2 years after the big man was restored and re-...
  • Maurice Wilder: The biggest property mogul you don't know

    He's the most powerful Tampa Bay real estate mogul you've never heard of. He has quietly built an empire. He owns eight office towers in Clearwater, Tampa and Brandon, as well as 10 mobile home and RV parks in Pinellas, Pasco, and Hillsborough counties....
  • Louis Vuitton v. Swap Shop: Designer knockoffs case going to trial

    Louis Vuitton v. Swap Shop: Designer knockoffs case going to trial
    Coming Monday to a South Florida courtroom: a battle royal between luxury brand Louis Vuitton and the Swap Shop flea market over designer knockoffs. Preston Henn may have thought the fashion industry was done with him about a year ago when he settled...
  • Church withdraws bid for Lew Wallace

    Church withdraws bid for Lew Wallace
    A local church has withdrawn its $100,000 offer to purchase the shuttered Lew Wallace High School, dashing plans to transform it into a community center. The move came after five months of negotiations with the cash-strapped Gary school district that...
  • Retail vacancies still an issue on the Peninsula, but may be improving

    Retail vacancies still an issue on the Peninsula, but may be improving
    Drive anywhere along the prime commercial corridors in Newport News, and you're sure to find an existing, or new, shopping center. But looks can be deceiving. Despite seeing a flurry of new retail leasing and development over the past year, distressed...
  • Revel goes dark, power company pulls the plug

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Revel, a $2.4 billion former casino hotel sold this week for $82 million, went dark literally Thursday afternoon. Power was cut off around 2:20 p.m. after its supplier, ACR Energy, made good on multiple threats to new owner Glenn...
  • City leading Olde Hampton redevelopment

    City leading Olde Hampton redevelopment
    Developers with a dollar in their pockets and a willingness to work in one of the city's roughest areas could be a part of the answer to fighting blight in Olde Hampton. The Hampton Redevelopment and Housing Authority is selling vacant lots for $1 to...
  • Political upheaval in Homer Glen

    Political upheaval in Homer Glen
    Within two months, Homer Glen Mayor Jim Daley Jr. went from running unopposed for his third term to losing by a wide margin to his political nemesis, Trustee George Yukich. In a surprising turn of events, Yukich went from being a non-candidate, to...