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  • Waldorf Astoria New York to be sold for nearly $2 billion

    Waldorf Astoria New York to be sold for nearly $2 billion
    The Waldorf Astoria New York will be sold to a Chinese insurance company for $1.95 billion in an attempt by Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. to bring the hotel back to its historic grandeur. That would be the highest price for a single existing hotel in...
  • Parking complicates plans for ACE Café

    Parking complicates plans for ACE Café
    Developers of the ACE Café, proposed for Garland Avenue and Livingston Street in downtown Orlando, have pulled their plans with the city to address parking issues, an ACE official said. Earlier this year, the British-based motorcycle brand signed a...
  • Charter School Group Directed Work To Executive's Husband

    Charter School Group Directed Work To Executive's Husband
    HARTFORD — The Jumoke Academy charter school organization, now facing a state probe into allegations of nepotism, directed more than a million dollars in construction work to the husband of one of its executives, a Courant investigation has found....
  • Transferring property to children can get complicated

    Transferring property to children can get complicated
    Q: I wish to set up my daughter and son with a house. My plan is to buy two houses and rent them to each family but not collect any rent except for what it costs for the property taxes and insurance. Then at my passing, they will inherit the houses at the...
  • New stakeholder plans modernization for Shops at Kenilworth

    Local developer Greenberg Gibbons Commercial plans a "major refurbishment' of The Shops at Kenilworth after purchasing a stake in the Towson mall last month, the firm's CEO said. The mall, located just off Interstate 695 between Charles Street and York...
  • How much do Illinois' largest companies invest in themselves?

    How much do Illinois' largest companies invest in themselves?
    Investing in your own business is an optimistic bet on your future, a sign you expect to make more money by spending on everything from technology to machinery to new locations. Weaker-than-anticipated business investment is a key reason that overall...
  • Irvine Co. land grants mix altruism and financial strategy

    Irvine Co. land grants mix altruism and financial strategy
    The GMC Yukon trundled past a barbed-wire fence and up a dry grassy hillside — the brush scratching loudly against its underside — toward a peak with sweeping views. Below, the blue and glassy Irvine Lake stretched toward the 241 Toll Road....
  • Parkway Properties buys 22 buildings for $475M

    Parkway Properties buys 22 buildings for $475M
    Orlando-based Parkway Properties (NYSE: PKY) is buying 22 office properties in six states, including three buildings in Tampa’s Corporate Center at International Plaza, for $475  million. Parkway will sell off 19 of the buildings within a year and...
  • Simsbury To Buy Property On Farmington River

    Simsbury To Buy Property On Farmington River
    SIMSBURY — The town is moving ahead with buying property on the Farmington River that could provide more access to the river for recreation. The house at 1 Old Bridge Road has been for sale since the summer and when the board of selectmen met on...
  • No Question Why Oversight Of Charters Is Needed

    No Question Why Oversight Of Charters Is Needed
    Each revelation about Michael Sharpe and the Jumoke Academy charter school operation strengthens the case for rigorous state oversight of charter schools, particularly with regard to money. Mr. Sharpe was one of the state's most prominent charter school...
  • Temporary ice-skating rink to return to Burbank

    Temporary ice-skating rink to return to Burbank
    A temporary ice-skating rink that took over the parking lot behind City Hall last holiday season will return this year and stick around a little longer. The Burbank City Council approved an agreement Tuesday night that allows a section of the parking...