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  • 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....
  • Pumpkin farm's future an issue in Homer Glen mayoral race

    Pumpkin farm's future an issue in Homer Glen mayoral race
    The effects of a hotly contested mayoral race in Homer Glen are showing up in an unlikely spot — the sale of property that's home to a popular annual pumpkin festival. Since 1988, Bengtson's Pumpkin Farm has rented its land, 13341 W. 151st St.,...
  • Further review of 6-story Wilmette project slated for April

    It will be at least April 8 before developers who want to turn 611 Green Bay Road into a luxury apartment-retail complex known as The Wilshore learn if their plan will get a thumbs-up from Wilmette's Plan Commission. That's when commissioners continue...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • L.A. County office market perks up as vacancy falls and rents rise

    L.A. County office market perks up as vacancy falls and rents rise
    Growing companies in Los Angeles County ramped up demand for office space in the fourth quarter, demonstrating that more businesses are confident about their prospects. The office market dipped in the recession and hit bottom about five years ago, but...
  • Connecticut's Hip-Hop Scene The Focus Of 'Bakery The Show' Podcast

    Connecticut's Hip-Hop Scene The Focus Of 'Bakery The Show' Podcast
    Most Friday nights, two married guys head to a rented office space in Vernon, stretch out on couches and talk about guy stuff — music, pop culture, sports, women, politics, cars, weed, movies, and so on — for about two hours, before...
  • Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company

    Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company
    VERNON — Serial entrepreneur Mark Lassoff ran two companies in Austin, a tech-nirvana if there ever was one. But his three-year-old startup LearnToProgram Media, in a low-rent office building in Vernon, is his longest tenure anywhere. Lassoff, 40,...
  • Highland Park considers 6-story apartment building

    Highland Park considers 6-story apartment building
    As Highland Park officials mull zoning changes to increase downtown density, one proposal for a $20 million six-story apartment building is already testing their limitations. No formal application has been filed with the city. But Chicago developer Greg...