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  • Developer gets go-ahead on Masonic Temple project

    Developer gets go-ahead on Masonic Temple project
    Caruso Affiliated got the green light Thursday to initiate a project to revive the long-unused Masonic Temple building in downtown Glendale by the end of the year as a major real estate firm has already announced plans to move in and set up shop. The...
  • Frank Sinatra Jr. sells in Beverly Crest for $3.8 million

    Frank Sinatra Jr. sells in Beverly Crest for $3.8 million
    Frank Sinatra Jr. has sold a house in the Beverly Crest area for $3.8 million. The Tuscany-inspired multistory villa, built in 2006, centers on a two-story-tall entry with main level formal living and dining rooms, a library and an office. The 7,213...
  • L.A. museums sign on to 'China Ready' program in bid to draw tourists

     L.A. museums sign on to 'China Ready' program in bid to draw tourists
    Milly Wu marched through the J. Paul Getty Museum's galleries of 19th century European paintings, stopping just long enough to frame Monets, Manets and, of course, Vincent Van Gogh's "Irises" with her smartphone camera. With a series of clicks,...
  • Broward Small Business Leader: Alan C. Hooper, Hooper Construction | Video

    Broward Small Business Leader: Alan C. Hooper, Hooper Construction | Video
    It was the job Alan C. Hooper didn't get that defined his career. In 1987, Hooper called a Fort Lauderdale developer to ask about a job. In the midst of a lackluster economy, the firm wasn't hiring. So Hooper set out to sell and rent houses and...
  • Southern California home sales jump, prices rise in March

    Southern California home sales jump, prices rise in March
    The Southern California housing market is awakening from a slumber. After a year of sluggish demand, more homes sold and prices perked up in March as an improving economy and short supply pushed up the median home price by $10,000, according to a new...
  • Coming of age: Millennials know wht they want in the housing market

    For many people in the tech-savvy, value-sensitive demographic group known as millennials, it's taken a while to enter the real estate market. Now that they're buying houses, say real estate dealers in the Lehigh Valley, they're making their presence...
  • 'Surreal' sale at shuttered Lincoln Mall

    'Surreal' sale at shuttered Lincoln Mall
    Before an auction got under way Wednesday to sell remnants of Lincoln Mall, Cindy LeBlanc-Giannoni and her friend Becky Johnson were literally taking a walk down memory lane. Slowly strolling past rows of decorated Christmas trees and wreaths that would...
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley
    SATURDAYAPRIL 18 COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY will host a First Time Home Buyer's Seminar, 8:15 a.m.-1 p.m., Sacred Heart Hospital, 2nd Floor Auditorium, 421 Chew St., Allentown. Info: 484-893-1038. GREATER LEHIGH VALLEY CHAMBER...
  • Sluggish housing starts may signal fewer home sales

    Sluggish housing starts may signal fewer home sales
    Home builders are taking it slow this spring, according to new figures on housing construction. Permits for new construction fell 5.7% in March compared to last month, the Commerce Department reported. Housing starts -- when construction actually begins...
  • Lou Pektor buys Express-Times building in Easton

    Lou Pektor buys Express-Times building in Easton
    Developer Lou Pektor says he has bought The Express-Times building in Easton. Pektor would not disclose the terms of the deal for the large lot and building at 30 N. Fourth St. He said he and a group of investors made the purchase from New Jersey Advance...
  • If lawmakers listened to voters, session would be a breeze

    If lawmakers listened to voters, session would be a breeze
    The Florida Legislature is so tone deaf, the pols we elected can't even hear Jimmy Buffett's acoustic guitar and steel drum. I know this because Buffett played a set on the steps of the old Capitol building last week and not one of them flinched. He...