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  • Revaluation Leads To Decrease In Bloomfield's Grand List

    BLOOMFIELD — The town's 2014 grand list of taxable property decreased by $33.16 million, or 1.6 percent, from 2013. The total grand list stands at $2.03 billion. Assessor Walter Topliff Jr. said that the dip was primarily due to a $75.6 million,...
  • Neighbors, mall fight proposal for outlets in White Marsh

    Neighbors, mall fight proposal for outlets in White Marsh
    On 83 acres in White Marsh, R. Kelvin Antill has a vision for a retail mecca: more than 100 outlet stores attracting shoppers who will drive up to an hour for a chance to buy designer clothes and high-end handbags at discounted prices. Antill's...
  • Homebuilders, sellers offering incentives as market slows

    Homebuilders, sellers offering incentives as market slows
    The Z Palm Beach Residences starts at a pricey $2.3 million, but buyers don't just get a condo for that kind of cash. They'll also be given a Tesla Model S, valued at about $75,000. A little farther south, a seller asking $3.5 million for a Boca Raton...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Office park in Royal Palm Beach trades for $8.3 million

    Real Estate Notebook: Office park in Royal Palm Beach trades for $8.3 million
    A Royal Palm Beach office park sold recently for $8.3 million. A trust bought Royal Office Park, at 420 S. State Road 7. It consists of two single-story buildings next to a shopping plaza anchored by Sports Authority, Best Buy and Old Navy. The CBRE...
  • Kadner: Southland Walgreens closings reflect health costs

    Walgreens, which not long ago seemed determined to open stores at every major intersection in America, is suddenly closing locations in the Southland. In mid-January, Walgreens closed its store at 159th and Wood streets in Harvey, and this week the...
  • Cubs owner pays $3 million for two rooftop apartment buildings

    Cubs owner pays $3 million for two rooftop apartment buildings
    The Ricketts family, owner of the Chicago Cubs, paid $3 million for two apartment buildings overlooking Wrigley Field that have rooftop businesses, according to Cook County property records. The properties were sold by George Loukas, who owns the...
  • House flipper wants to avoid tax liability

    Q: I bought a foreclosed house through an auction website and paid cash. I used an equity line of credit on my current house at a 3 percent rate. I won the bid at $145,000 and had to pay a buyer premium of $7,250 for a total purchase price of around $154,...
  • Study shows solid demand for space on Orlando Avenue

    Study shows solid demand for space on Orlando Avenue
    As part of a continuing effort to find ways to enhance the city’s major commercial corridors, the city’s Economic Development/Community Redevelopment Agency has completed a study of Orlando Avenue, which has already been the scene of major...
  • Popular restaurant, tire store planned for Touhy Marketplace

    The largest fast food restaurant chain in the Philippines, with stores in the United States but none yet in Illinois, is set to come to Skokie. The Skokie Plan Commission Feb. 5 recommended five measures associated with new additions to the Touhy...
  • Vince Vaughn cuts asking price for Palmolive penthouse

    Vince Vaughn cuts asking price for Palmolive penthouse
    Actor Vince Vaughn has reduced the price further on his five-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot triplex penthouse in the Palmolive Building on North Michigan Avenue, dropping his asking price late Sunday by $1 million to $13.9 million. Vaughn, who has hired a...
  • Unexpected Art & Decor brings beauty to unlikely places

    Unexpected Art & Decor brings beauty to unlikely places
    Wouldn’t it be nice to pass a vacant downtown building and see beautiful paintings and sculptures where boarded-up windows used to be?  That is exactly what Unexpected Art & Decor founders Jeanine Turner and Jeffrey Kent thought. The two pooled...