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  • Spending: City living gets a new twist

    The young adults flocking to urban hubs are increasingly willing to trade dwelling size for a desirable neighborhood, and apartment dimensions and rents are shrinking to meet the demand. The result is a new class of living space: the micro unit, which...
  • Wrong way on Airbnb

    Wrong way on Airbnb
    Caught off guard by the surging popularity of the “sharing economy,” governments have struggled in recent years to adapt the rules they developed for taxi and limousine services to ride-sharing outfits such as Uber and Lyft. Now a new front is...
  • Santa Monica considering tough new restrictions on short-term rentals

    Santa Monica considering tough new restrictions on short-term rentals
      As cities across Southern California wrestle with how best to regulate the booming short-term rental industry, Santa Monica is poised to take the hardest line yet. Officials in the beachfront city are considering a measure that would ban most of...
  • Decorating tips for making a rental space your own

    It's yours, but it isn't. A rented apartment or house can be a wonderful place to live, and a challenging place to decorate. The restrictions are many: Landlords often want their white walls to stay white. Many won't let you do even the most minor...
  • 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. The report also showed that...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Berwyn police doing well-being check discover dead man in apartment

    Berwyn police doing well-being check discover dead man in apartment
    Berwyn police doing a well-being check Thursday discovered a decomposed body in an apartment rented by a doctor near MacNeal Hospital, a city official said. A maintenance worker at the building in the 3200 block of Oak Park Avenue called police about...
  • Millennials' desire to rent changing local landscape

     Millennials' desire to rent changing local landscape
    Jennifer Brookland lives in Odenton, works in Washington, D.C., and is planning to move to North Carolina next month for her husband's medical school residency. Mobility is important. Brookland, 31, chose her apartment complex for its proximity to the...
  • Home of the Week: An elegant, art-filled aerie above the heart of Annapolis

    Home of the Week: An elegant, art-filled aerie above the heart of Annapolis
    Businesswoman Sandy Nash braces. She knows the question is coming. How noisy is it living in an apartment above a shop on Main Street in Annapolis? She smiles. "The noise is bad on Sunday mornings at 6 a.m. when the garbage trucks pick up the trash,...
  • Redevelopment proposal in Boynton Beach hits roadblock

    Redevelopment proposal in Boynton Beach hits roadblock
    Ocean Breeze East, a vital development to jump-starting the revitalization of the Heart of Boynton neighborhood, is back to the drawing board. Ocean Breeze East is the second phase of a Heart of Boynton redevelopment project, which includes retail space,...