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  • Airbnb cuts ties with vacation-rental firms in Los Angeles

    Airbnb cuts ties with vacation-rental firms in Los Angeles
    Amid mounting pressure from housing advocates and community groups, Airbnb is cutting ties with some of its biggest money-makers. Two of the home-sharing giant's largest Los Angeles-area hosts — vacation-rental firms with dozens of apartments...
  • Chicago, Cook County walk-ups get help to go green

    Lou Sopcic has invested in energy efficient lights, insulation and new boilers in Chicago apartment buildings he owns where he pays the utility bills. But he acknowledges that springing for such improvements in buildings where his tenants pay for their...
  • Local Band Heads to Hollywood

    ENFIELD - The local band "Drained Glory" is heading to Hollywood for a movie premier in which two of their newest songs "Finally Safe" and "No Mercy" (both soon to be released) will be featured in the movie "Street The Movie" a Skinfly Entertainment...
  • Affordable Zion Woods apartments draw swift opposition

    Neighbors living near the proposed site of the Zion Woods affordable housing development in Deerfield expressed worry May 14 that their home values and net worth would drop if the Village of Deerfield approves the 48-unit apartment complex on church...
  • New Beginnings buys four-unit apartment complex for low-income rentals

    CLERMONT — A few local families needing affordable housing will now get it, thanks to New Beginnings, a faith-based nonprofit that helps the poor. The organization recently purchased a four-unit apartment building at 872 W. Minneola Ave. with funds...
  • Lehigh Valley office space vacancy rate at 12 percent

    Lehigh Valley office space vacancy rate at 12 percent
    Nearly 12 percent of office space in the Lehigh Valley is vacant, but that compares favorably with the national rate, according to the first commercial real estate report released this week by Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corp. Lea Glembot, LVEDC'...
  • Can Santa Monica — or anyplace else — enforce a ban on short-term rentals?

    Can Santa Monica — or anyplace else — enforce a ban on short-term rentals?
    Santa Monica has thrust itself into the national uproar over short-term rentals with the most aggressive crackdown yet. City officials have explicitly outlawed rentals of less than 30 days. The law allows so-called home-sharing, such as renting a...
  • Q&A: How new Santa Monica law affects rentals, Airbnb

    Q&A: How new Santa Monica law affects rentals, Airbnb
    Santa Monica’s City Council passed one of the most restrictive laws in the nation on short-term rentals Tuesday night. Or, more accurately, the council promised to enforce laws that are already on the books, but are largely ignored. Here’s a...
  • Consultant Reports Options For Reusing Shuttered Manchester School

    Consultant Reports Options For Reusing Shuttered Manchester School
    MANCHESTER — A consultant hired to study new uses for the shuttered Nathan Hale School presented several options Wednesday night, including converting the entire building into apartments. There is a demand for apartments in the area and rental...
  • Santa Monica comes down hard on Airbnb; will crackdown spread?

    Santa Monica comes down hard on Airbnb; will crackdown spread?
    Santa Monica's City Council voted quickly and unanimously Tuesday night to enact some of the nation's strictest regulations on the booming short-term rental industry. The measure, targeting Airbnb and other tourist rental websites, explicitly bars...
  • Church, developer propose 48-unit affordable housing project in Deerfield

    Church, developer propose 48-unit affordable housing project in Deerfield
    A proposed 48-unit apartment development in Deerfield designed for families earning between $27,000 and $50,000 a year is drawing criticism from village residents. The Plan Commission will discuss the project during a conference at 7:30 p.m. May 14,...