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  • Elmhurst considers very different proposals for Addison property

    Only four Elmhurst residents took advantage of an opportunity this week to comment on two competing development proposals for a downtown Elmhurst site. The 22,500-square-foot parcel at 138 and 142 N. Addison Ave., a surface parking lot, isacross the...
  • COPT reports first quarter earnings

    COPT reports first quarter earnings
    Corporate Office Properties Trust on Tuesday reported that net income and earnings per share increased in the first quarter of 2015, but its funds from operations per share — a metric preferred by real estate investment trusts — sank by more...
  • Benefits of using same contractors may outweigh bidding process

    Benefits of using same contractors may outweigh bidding process
    Q: I have noticed that our condominium board of directors renews vendor contracts without soliciting competitive bids. For example, contracts for landscaping and snow removal are simply awarded to the same contractors year after year. Doesn't the board...
  • Judge Young, I-4 and Deseret: Letters

    Judge Young, I-4 and Deseret: Letters
    I was a newly minted lawyer and law clerk for U.S. District Judge George C. Young from 1970-72, and Sunday's Sentinel article "Orlando federal judge Young dies 98" got it all right. He was a rare combination of intelligence, compassion, patience and...
  • York's EDA sells property to flex-space company

    York County's Economic Development Authority recently sold 4.94 acres at 100 Newsome Drive in York County to Spain Properties, LLC, which plans to build a flex-space facility. The facility will be about 18,000 square feet and offer multiple spaces for...
  • Harwood Heights Village Board briefs: Buona Beef construction starting soon

    The following items were discussed and/or action was taken at the Harwood Heights Village Board meeting on April 23. Construction for new Buona Beef restaurant to begin soon The developers behind a new Buona Beef restaurant coming to Harwood Heights...
  • New buyer plans redevelopment of former Sun Products plant

    New buyer plans redevelopment of former Sun Products plant
    A Baltimore area firm has purchased the former Sun Products Corp. manufacturing plant in Southeast Baltimore with plans to demolish the factory and redevelop the site into warehouses serving companies doing business at the port. The buyer, Chesapeake...
  • Ryland Homes seeks to move into Matteson, with rentals

    Ryland Homes seeks to move into Matteson, with rentals
    As one of the nation's largest homebuilders, Ryland Homes sold more than 7,600 homes in 17 states last year. Now it wants to become a landlord, in south suburban Matteson. The company is under contract to purchase 130 acres in an unfinished...
  • Taxes would rise across all income levels under Gov. Tom Wolf's budget, report says

    Taxes would rise across all income levels under Gov. Tom Wolf's budget, report says
    HARRISBURG — Since he unveiled his budget proposal last month, Gov. Tom Wolf has said middle-class families can expect more spending power due to tax cuts they would receive. "Overall, my budget will reduce the average homeowner's property taxes by...
  • Connecticut May Drop Mandatory Uninsured Motorist Coverage, Making Policies Cheaper

    HARTFORD — When your auto insurance policy renewal date comes up in 2016, you might be able to save about $75 a year. No, this is not a Geico or Progressive ad. This is the potential outcome of negotiations in the General Assembly on how the...
  • Chicago isn't Detroit, but it can learn from Motor City's innovative rehab

    Chicago isn't Detroit, but it can learn from Motor City's innovative rehab
    You hear the term "blank canvas" a lot around here, and it rankles many Detroiters, as if their years of sticking with this troubled, recently bankrupted city amounted to zilch. Yet at the same time, so much has been emptied out of this vast city...