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  • New River apartment building sold for $52.5 million

    New River apartment building sold for $52.5 million
    A downtown Fort Lauderdale apartment building has sold for $52.5 million, another sign of investors' ravenous appetite for rentals. An entity tied to MetLife Real Estate Investors acquired the VU New River, an 18-story complex that opened Feb. 1 at...
  • Landlord sues family of Jahi McMath, alleging unpaid rent at N.J. apartment

    OAKLAND, Calif. A New Jersey landlord has filed a complaint against the family of Jahi McMath alleging they have not paid rent at an apartment there for two months as they watch over the brain-dead Oakland teen after her release from a nearby hospital,...
  • Boynton agency agrees to help fund '500 Ocean' development in $4.4 million deal

    Boynton agency agrees to help fund '500 Ocean' development in $4.4 million deal
    A major downtown Boynton Beach project, often referred to as a catalyst for development in the city, received the green light on Tuesday. The city redevelopment agency's board unanimously voted to help fund 500 Ocean — a close to $4.4 million...
  • 2nd In New Wave Of Downtown Apartments Seeking Tenants

    2<sup>n</sup><sup>d</sup> In New Wave Of Downtown Apartments Seeking Tenants
    HARTFORD — The developers of the new apartments near the train station on Allyn Street don't have the luxury of pushing views of the state Capitol or Bushnell Park, except for some units that look out on a sliver of the state Capitol dome. The...
  • Guests at some Marriott hotels can stream Netflix, Hulu and Pandora

    Marriott International, the world’s largest hotel company, is letting some guests stream Netflix, Pandora and Hulu on their hotel television sets. Before you rush to book a Marriott room, the hotel giant is offering the feature only at eight...
  • Los Angeles gives hosts, neighbors mixed signals on short-term rentals

     Los Angeles gives hosts, neighbors mixed signals on short-term rentals
    Airbnb and similar "home sharing" websites have exploded in popularity in L.A., overwhelming city regulators who are struggling to collect tourist taxes and enforce long-standing restrictions on rentals. Renting out rooms or homes for a few days or...
  • Boca Raton readies for downtown growth spurt

    Boca Raton readies for downtown growth spurt
    Drive across the city's downtown, and it's easy to see a city about to grow expansively. The clanking of construction can be heard from the sites of four buildings that will reach heights of seven to 12 stories. When completed, they'll provide 1,181 new...
  • Downtown Middletown Apartment Proposal Wins All Needed Approvals

    MIDDLETOWN — A proposal for a six-story, 89-unit apartment building at the corner of Broad and College streets has all the necessary approvals, and construction is scheduled to start in the spring. Massachusetts-based Hajjar Management Co. received...
  • Boynton to discuss project to ignite downtown development

    Boynton to discuss project to ignite downtown development
    Boynton Beach's redevelopment agency will discuss 500 Ocean, a development city officials say is critical to sparking growth downtown. Tuesday, the agency will discuss the next step in bringing the estimated $4.5 million development to the southwest...
  • Chinati Hot Springs: A rugged oasis in Big Bend

    Chinati Hot Springs: A rugged oasis in Big Bend
    Here at Chinati Hot Springs, with my toes splayed out at the end of the longest, deepest private bathtub I've ever eased into, the buzz of the city feels a million miles away. The warm water filling the homemade, cement-walled basin makes me feel so...
  • Three ideas for adding affordable housing in L.A.

    Three ideas for adding affordable housing in L.A.
    Los Angeles has a shortage of housing, yet the city has done little over the years to add more low-rent or market-rate units. This is not for a lack of ideas on how to proceed. Rather, it results from a lack of focus and political will. Few elected...