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  • Retirees fuel growth of medical space

    Retirees fuel growth of medical space
    Cushman & Wakefield's 2015 Central Florida Medical Office Report shows that medical office vacancy in Orlando has dropped roughly 5 percent in the past five years. Medical office rental rates have also dropped 5.5 percent.
  • Newport News Park campground to get new facility

    Newport News Park campground to get new facility
    NEWPORT NEWS — The old campground office in Newport News Park, built back in 1966, has been demolished and a new, larger building is going up in its place, at the north end of the park. The new building will be about 3,000 square feet compared...

    Morgan Quinn: How to save money for vacation, from 11 travel experts

    Summer travel season is right around the corner, a time of year when many Americans take a break from work and school for some much-needed R&R. For those of us planning on taking a vacation this summer, the time off doesn't come cheap American Express...

    San Fran housing rent up a sizzling 14.8 pct. in 12 months

    Almost no one is moving to San Francisco to save money. They might come for the tech jobs, the comfortable weather or even the artisanal espressos. But average home rent has jumped nearly 15 percent in the past year — to $3,129 last month —...

    Elgin City Council to consider contingency money for Tower Building

    Elgin City Council to consider contingency money for Tower Building
    The Elgin City Council will consider setting aside $121,600 to compensate a developer if litigation prevents the Elgin Tower Building redevelopment from moving ahead. "I'm supportive, as the move is needed to keep the project moving forward," Mayor Dave...