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  • Boynton agency chooses developer for Ocean Breeze East

    Boynton agency chooses developer for Ocean Breeze East
    Change is on the way for the desolate downtown area known as the Heart of Boynton. On Monday, in a special meeting, the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency approved a developer for Ocean Breeze East — a key development city officials...
  • Council satisfied by changes to Isla Verde project plan

    With the support of surrounding communities, the Wellington Village Council recently approved a comprehensive plan amendment that will allow Isla Verde, a mixed-use development on State Road 7, to change its development plan. The property will go from...
  • Stinson Beach water board approves rationing plan

    Stinson Beach water board approves rationing plan
    The water district board in Marin County's Stinson Beach has approved a rationing plan months in the making that would give residents in the vacationers' haven an edge over owners of seasonal rental properties. On Saturday, board members of the...
  • What every first-time buyer needs to know

    What every first-time buyer needs to know
    Meet fictional 34-year-old identical twin brothers Fred and Ted. Fred is a marketing manager for an import-export company. Ted is a social worker at a non-profit agency. Both are single and considered to be smart, successful guys. While Fred's annual...
  • Ocean City's rental rage [Editorial]

    Ocean City's rental rage  [Editorial]
    Summer vacations can be like overly long parties — fun for the invited but not always for neighbors and other bystanders. That has always been the challenge for those who live year-round in popular vacation destinations — tourists can...
  • After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'

    After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'
    Chicago Housing Authority voucher recipients will no longer receive enough assistance to place them in the city's most luxurious high-rise buildings under a new policy, the agency announced Sunday. The policy targets "super vouchers" that allow low-...
  • Landlords, tenants unite on amnesty plan for illegal apartments

    Landlords, tenants unite on amnesty plan for illegal apartments
    An unusual alliance of landlords and tenants wants Los Angeles to ease the way for bootlegged apartments to become legal. Each year, the city housing department discovers 600 to 700 such apartments, units created without city approval. Landlords argue...
  • Bristol Consultant: Downtown Plan Unlikely To Work

    Bristol Consultant: Downtown Plan Unlikely To Work
    BRISTOL — After analyzing the downtown housing market, a consultant on Monday recommended that the city reject the current version of Renaissance Downtowns' redevelopment plan. The financing documents in Renaissance's proposal for a 100-unit...
  • Residency trumps wealth in Stinson Beach water rationing plans

    Residency trumps wealth in Stinson Beach water rationing plans
    Sarah Butler crammed garbage bags packed with laundry into her old Volkswagen van on her weekly run "over the hill" to Mill Valley. Some of the 630 or so permanent residents of this Marin County town have recently begun to make this trek, thanks to...
  • Princeton at College Park aims to be home to urban professionals

    Princeton at College Park aims to be home to urban professionals
    If the apartment complex called The Princeton at College Park gets approved by city leaders and completes construction, who is likely to live there? Neighborhood residents have wondered if the building be filled with families with children, adding...
  • Apartment repossession law has offered no bite

    Apartment repossession law has offered no bite
    Almost 11 months after an ordinance took effect to protect tenants in foreclosed, repossessed rental buildings within Chicago, no enforcement tickets have been issued or fines assessed against building owners. One reason is that some of the banks taking...