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  • Developer eyes new building in Merrillville

    An executive with Tri-Land Properties Inc. said Wednesday he's looking to add a small building north of Staples at the former Century Mall site, but filling the remainder of the property has been a challenge. "I floated a number of concepts, including...
  • Inside Elaine Northrop's palatial home

    An imposing stucco mansion in pale lilac, with four frontal turrets and an arched, cathedral-like entrance, sits at the apex of a circular drive in Ellicott City. Awesome in its architectural symmetry, the home’s sharply gabled center bay is the...
  • Carroll Farm-To-Table raises livestock fresh from the farm of centuries past

    On a clear, bitterly cold day, Chris Merdon drives his SUV along bumpy dirt roads through acres of farmland just off Frederick Road in Ellicott City. Red Angus and Black Angus cattle in a pasture, huddled together for warmth, break away from one another...
  • 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    A local church has withdrawn its $100,000 offer to purchase the shuttered Lew Wallace High School, dashing plans to transform it into a community center.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...
  • Emanuel's 'people plazas' contract spurs questions about ads, exclusion

    Emanuel's 'people plazas' contract spurs questions about ads, exclusion
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel is asking the City Council on Wednesday to approve a contract for "people plazas" on small, city-owned vacant lots around Chicago, a deal that doesn't disclose who gets to sell advertising and that allows the company to grade itself...
  • National Retail Properties records higher revenues, sales

    National Retail Properties records higher revenues, sales
    Orlando real-estate-investment trust National Retail Properties reported higher earnings and revenue in the first quarter after buying $155.2 million worth of new property. National Retail Properties logged earnings of $45.1 million, up 30.8 percent from...
  • Baltimore City Council approves tax credits for urban farmers

    Baltimore City Council approves tax credits for urban farmers
    Urban farmers would qualify for property tax breaks of 90 percent, under a bill the City Council sent Monday to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Rawlings-Blake is expected to sign the bill granting the tax breaks to farmers who grow and sell at least $5,...
  • After nearly 90 years in Mt. Vernon, Comprehensive Car Care closes

    After nearly 90 years in Mt. Vernon, Comprehensive Car Care closes
    A longtime Mount Vernon car repair shop, where classical music set the establishment's tone, shut its doors last week after nearly 90 years. The closure of family-owned Comprehensive Car Care and sale of the property was precipitated by the retirement...
  • TigerDirect leaving Vernon Hills, entire Chicago area

    TigerDirect leaving Vernon Hills, entire Chicago area
    The technology retailer TigerDirect is closing all four of its Chicago-area stores, including the one in Vernon Hills, in favor of operating an internet-only business model. Systemax Inc., TigerDirect's parent company, decided earlier this year to focus...
  • Purchase of development rights subject of Woodstock vote May 12

    Woodstock residents will go to the polls on May 12 to decide whether or not to purchase development rights to 123 acres of prime soil in East Woodstock. The property is located behind 215 Woodstock Road where the May family and other area farmers have...