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  • 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,...
  • Broward Small Business Leader: Alan C. Hooper, Hooper Construction | Video

    Broward Small Business Leader: Alan C. Hooper, Hooper Construction | Video
    It was the job Alan C. Hooper didn't get that defined his career. In 1987, Hooper called a Fort Lauderdale developer to ask about a job. In the midst of a lackluster economy, the firm wasn't hiring. So Hooper set out to sell and rent houses and...
  • Why your rent will rise again this year

    Living in an apartment? Expect your rent to go up again. Renting has gotten increasingly expensive over the last five years. The average U.S. rent has climbed 14 percent to $1,124 since 2010, according to commercial property tracker Reis Inc. That's four...
  • Rents rise again in Southern California, but not so fast this time

    Rents rise again in Southern California, but not so fast this time
    Red-hot rent growth is cooling in Southern California, but that doesn't mean an apartment is easy to find. The average rent paid in Los Angeles County in the first quarter climbed 2.4% compared to last year, to $1,520 a month, according to new figures...
  • Coral Springs to act against squatters

    Coral Springs is considering introducing an ordinance to deal with squatters and those who illegally rent rooms in single-family or multi-family homes. At a recent Coral Springs City Commission meeting, Mayor Skip Campbell asked city staff to look at an...
  • Beach Park Village Hall remodel features new community room

    Beach Park Village Hall remodel features new community room
    An ordinary, under-utilized room inside Beach Park Village Hall is being renovated into a rental space for small group gatherings. "We've been receiving several inquiries about an indoor space where people can host parties or club meetings," said...
  • Two City Center at center of NIZ tax showdown

    Two City Center at center of NIZ tax showdown
    With its trendy first-floor restaurant, stunning downtown views and prime location across the street from the PPL Center, Two City Center has quickly taken its place as one of Allentown's most impressive office buildings. But how much is the city's...
  • Bethlehem zoning board OKs apartments for 10-story office building

    Bethlehem zoning board OKs apartments for 10-story office building
    A local developer got the green light Wednesday to convert the top six floors of a 10-story Bethlehem office building into apartment units. The city Zoning Hearing Board unanimously approved a plan to convert the office building at 65 E. Elizabeth Ave....
  • Community news for Enfield edition

    WFSB meteorologist visits St. Martha School ENFIELD - Saint Martha School's fifth grade class enjoyed a wonderful visit from WFSB meteorologist, Mark Dixon. The fifth graders have been studying about weather in science, and they all had questions for Mr....