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Beyond single-family: the housing market in Camas is diversifying

When the city of Camas completed its housing action plan in early 2021, some things were abundantly clear: the city’s housing inventory—dominated by large, expensive single-family homes—was quickly outpacing many potential Camasonians, including lowland dwellers. middle-income families, seniors on fixed incomes and young adults starting their careers. The town plan showed that the majority of […]

Fairfield residents upset over plan to turn two duplexes into 26 apartments

FAIRFIELD – Residents are still unhappy with a proposed apartment complex on Beacon Square which is back before the Planning and Zoning Commission after it was initially withdrawn by the developer. “I think it’s just going to destroy the whole area as far as I’m concerned,” resident Nora Kurimai said at the recent hearing. “How […]

5 Michigan Indoor Water Parks Perfect for Spring Break

It’s hard to believe, but spring break is right around the corner. Many people might consider moving out of state. Maybe Florida for an epic (and expensive) trip to Disney. But, with gas at $4 plus a few changes per gallon, it would be understandable if you wanted to stick with your plans in the […]

Gettysburg plans to create special events zoning in the Elm St. Overlay neighborhood

In a split vote, the Gettysburg Borough Council voted Monday to consider sweeping zoning changes that would allow special event locations in the Elm St. Overlay district. Chris Berger, Matt Moon and Chairman Wes Heyser voted against. The vote allows the borough to move forward in thinking about the changes. A public hearing will take […]

Online PC system here, anticipating downtown development

A new commercial and residential development is still being built on the site of the old post office on Reynolds Street. However, the Plant City Development Group LLC, which oversees the project, is still looking for more adequate parking spaces for future residents. A new portal for authorization is defined and a residential structure is […]

Olympic Medical Center Purchasing School Site

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles School District is preparing to sell its former administration building at the Olympic Medical Center for nearly $1 million, freeing up hospital space for medical services. OMC will relocate administrative staff to the 8,400 square foot two-level structure across East Forth Street from the Clallam County Courthouse sometime after […]

Large pitched project for the White Spot site on Douglas: social housing in towers, offices, restaurant, shops, public square

Private promoter in partnership with the provincial government; buildings up to 20 floors The province is partnering with a private developer to build nearly 500 supervised and affordable housing units on Douglas Street. The half-block site, containing the former White Spot restaurant and the Capital City Center hotel, could see a cluster of buildings up […]

Zoning changes in Pittsburgh limit the number of parking spaces for restaurants

Zoning changes approved by Pittsburgh City Council this week will limit, among other things, the number of parking spaces required at restaurants. The measure will require restaurants, including fast food establishments, to provide a transport impact study to the Ministry of Mobility and Infrastructure. The Zoning Board of Adjustment will then ensure that there will […]

Living in downtown Naples a major convenience while on vacation

While family and friends living in the north must don chunky jackets, scarves and gloves to traverse the icy pavement in search of Christmas presents, residents of Stella Naples will be wearing resort clothes and sunglasses. flip flops after taking a short stroll through all the amazing gift shops, boutiques and restaurants in the sunny […]

City Council approves rezoning of Soho and Noho

Councilor Corey Johnson and Margaret Chin with renderings of 250 Water Street & River Ring (Getty Images, margaretchin.nyc, seaportvision.nyc, riverring.nyc) Coming out, city council members forever changed the future of Soho, Noho and parts of many other neighborhoods. In what was for many their last session, lawmakers approved new zoning for Manhattan’s two enclaves and […]

Historic Boston Mansion designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany sold

Two historic Commonwealth Avenue properties were sold for an undisclosed amount this week. The rare Ayer Mansion designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany in Boston, as well as a property located at 397-399 Commonwealth Avenue, sold on the Monday market. Listed at $ 22.500 million, the 395 Commonwealth Ave. Ayer Mansion has 25,300 square feet of […]

Zoning changes proposed for Riverside reflect emphasis on public transit

A draft of a major grant-funded rewrite of Riverside’s zoning code that has largely gone unnoticed since its start in the summer of 2020 suggests the village is seeking higher density development in its commercial districts in the downtown and Harlem Avenue and also wants to make these areas more suitable for pedestrians and bicycles. […]

County updates ADU ordinance

El Dorado County Zoning Ordinance will receive an update regarding accessory housing units to comply with changes in state law aimed at boosting housing supply in California. An ADU is a smaller, independent residential housing unit located on the same land as a single-family home. They can be attached, detached or contained in an existing […]

Decatur city commission plans to expand mask ordinance, approving request for TAD funding – Decaturish

Decatur, Georgia – The City of Decatur Commission will meet on Monday November 1 at 6.30 p.m. for a working session and at 7.30 p.m. for a regular meeting. Meetings are held in person at Decatur Town Hall, 509 N. McDonough Street, as well as at Zoom. To access the meeting, follow these instructions: Participants […]

SUPERVISORS REPEAT SUNSET CLAUSE, ALLOW FIVE LEGAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES IN NON-INCORPORATED AREAS TO STAY OPEN AND EXTEND GOODS

By Miriam Raftery Photo: Outlier’s Collective near Gillespie Field is one of five legal dispensaries that will be allowed to expand to include recreational, edible and drinkable cannabis products October 30, 2021 (East County of San Diego) – Five medical marijuana dispensaries that were legally permitted to open in unincorporated areas of San Diego County […]

2021 Miami Beach Referendum: Allow Holocaust Memorial Expansion?

In the ballot of November 2, this question relates to the expansion of the Holocaust memorial on Boulevard Dade and Avenue Meridian. The memorial sits on city-owned land leased to the Jewish Federation of Greater Miami until 2099. The Federation operates and maintains the property under the lease. This ballot question asks if the City […]

Your hotel to have it all – From foodies to exercise enthusiasts to business moguls, Westin Dallas Downtown offers

Iimagine, if you will, one of the most exquisite destinations in Dallas, one that puts you at the center of all the Big D has to offer, a luxurious enclave for adventure, romance, family time, reunions and , if you have to, business. In short, imagine a real retreat in the heart of it all. […]

Target wants to expand its Bethel store. Some neighbors oppose it.

BETHEL – Some neighbors of the Target store on Stony Hill Road oppose its expansion plan. The retailer is looking to expand the existing 123,000 square foot building, as well as modify the parking lot and add a Starbucks coffee bar inside the store. During the Town Planning and Zoning Commission public hearing on Tuesday, […]

California Enacts New Legislation To Speed ​​Up Housing Production | Perkins Coie

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently passed several bills aimed at speeding up local approval of housing projects and increasing housing production. This update summarizes the content of three key bills: Senate Bill (SB) 8 extends the application of the Housing Crisis Act 2019 (SB 330) by five years, from 2025 to 2030, and makes limited […]

The Suffolk Theater offers an extension of 28 apartments and five floors

The Suffolk Theater in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister) The Suffolk Theater is proposing a 59-foot-tall addition to the rear of its building that will create approximately 2,970 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and 28 apartments on the second through the fifth floor. A render of the expansion’s exterior shows large […]

East Haven beer maker hopes to open New Haven brewery, the tasting room

NEW HAVEN – The city is on the verge of having another bar and brewery within its borders. The brewery and bar will be located in a historic 2 story masonry building at the corner of River and Lloyd streets. Kraszewski said there will be no seating at the first level bar, but there will […]

A pandemic space race: self-storage roars back

Last fall, Blackstone acquired Simply Self Storage – with eight million square feet of rental space – for $ 1.2 billion, adding to the $ 300 million already invested in the industry. And in April, Public Storage completed its acquisition of ezStorage for $ 1.8 billion, adding 48 properties with 4.2 million net rentable square […]

Jaguar Owner Shad Khan’s Four Seasons Proposal Presented to City Council | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville City Council is expected to introduce legislation on Sept. 14 for a nearly $ 114 million incentive deal with Jacksonville Jaguar owner Shad Khan for his plans to build a Four Seasons hotel and residences and of an office building on the former Kids Kampus site along the Downtown River. Documents provided by Downtown […]

Douglas Jemal Seeks City’s Approval To Make Downtown Freeway Loop Development A Reality | Local company

“There is a strong demand for more downtown housing, just like I said there will be,” developer Douglas Jemal said in an interview. According to documents submitted to the city, plans for the $ 45 million project at 61 Terrace Street would include four steel-framed residential floors measuring 105,600 square feet, atop five levels of […]

Proposed Condo Project for East Micheltorena Street Attracts Early Design Criticism | Local News

The Santa Barbara Planning Commission said on Thursday that developers of the first condominium project proposed under the city’s high-density housing ordinance approved in 2013 must rethink and ask for fewer changes. “I love that it’s an infill project. I think it’s a huge plus,” Planning Commissioner Lesley Wiscomb said. “These are just the types […]

Funding offer as Stoke pursues arena master plan

More details were announced on a major regeneration project planned for Hanley that could see new offices, a hotel, a live events arena with a capacity of 3,600 and hundreds of new homes built. Stoke-on-Trent City Council leaders are currently awaiting the outcome of a £ 20million bid to the government leveling fund for the […]

Timeless moments: state law threatens open space

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BNA innovates in an airport hotel and a new car park

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Further progress was made Wednesday morning at the fast-growing Nashville Airport, with BNA innovating on its new Hilton-branded hotel and on-site parking. It’s all part of Nashville International’s dynamic expansion and renovation plan, BNA Vision. In 2023, this is what the 14-story hotel and 4-story parking lot will look like: City […]

Permit for Whately jar store re-filed due to parking issues

WHATELY – The Wasting Disease Treatment Centers (DMCTC) special permit for a marijuana retail store at 424 State Road, Unit B has been filed for the second consecutive Zoning Appeal Committee meeting following discussions about parking. ToroVerde, another dispensary already licensed to operate in Unit A, has raised concerns about parking at the former Sugarloaf […]

“Housing should be boring… and cheap” – developer explains success | Immovable

PReal estate developer Marc Vlessing says he would be happy to be made redundant. In an effort to attract first-time buyers who might not otherwise be able to afford their own home, his company, Pocket Living, builds smaller-than-average apartments with below-average prices. It is a business model whose success is based on the fact that […]

Reviews | Favor people over cars

Iowa City needs to become friendlier to people rather than cars In order to make the city of Iowa more liveable, it’s time to remove the parking minimums or the number of parking spaces needed for construction. The Iowa City Board of Adjustment has prioritized cars over people. A proposal for a mixed-use tower that […]

The construction of the new Braunfels ISD primary school marked by a revolutionary event | Community alert

New Braunfels ISD is on the way to a new second floor primary school to facilitate the capacity of other schools and act as a new update in technology and space. The district and its contractors held a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday at the former ninth grade center at 659 S. Guenther Ave. Several elementary […]

Children’s musical theater prepares new digs for 54th season – The Mercury News

After completing a summer repertoire of three shows, the Children’s Musical Theater San Jose is finally settling in its new excavations. The company moved into its creative arts center on Parkmoor Avenue in April, but quickly had to change focus to set up a stage in its parking lot for its shows in July. “We […]

Low vacancy rates encourage new industrial construction

Low vacancy rates in the industrial market encourage new projects to move into construction. Some of these projects include Greenwood 75, Gardner Logistics Park and the first building at River Park. Atlanta’s industrial market experiences historically low vacancy rates. According to quarterly reports released by Cushman & Wakefield, the area’s vacancy rate was 4.4% at […]

No name fast food restaurant approved for operating license

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail JAY VINKEYWestfield Urban Planner WESTFIELD – Planning Council has approved a site permit for an “unnamed” fast food restaurant at 457 E. Main Street in the Big Y Plaza. The new “fast and relaxed independent restaurant” will offer car transport services, an indoor dining area and an […]

Vienna’s mixed-use project passes architectural council again

A highly controversial commercial and residential development proposed for 444 Maple Avenue West is approaching demolition and construction. The City of Vienna Architectural Review Board is due to meet for a virtual working session at 7:30 p.m. today (Tuesday) to discuss the exterior appearance of the project on the former site of the Vienna Wolf […]

5-story building proposed in New Bedford at RMV vacant

NEW BEDFORD – The vacant Motor Vehicle Registry building on Union Street could become a five-story, 53-unit apartment building with commercial space on the ground floor. The owners, Duane Jackson and Deborah Jackson, propose to demolish the RMV building at 278 Union Street and build “The Caravela” apartments. The project would create a studio, 22 […]

Planning committee returns from summer vacation with full program

The Santa Clarita planning committee will return from a month-long hiatus on Tuesday to review four proposed projects, including three in Canyon Country and one in Saugus. Canyon Country Battery Storage Facility The Commissioner will first consider Placerita EES, LLC’s proposal for a 3.5-acre energy storage facility near the corner of the Sierra Freeway and […]

2-storey commercial project under construction on the South Shore

“What is being built here?” is a new periodic series that Advance / SILive.com is launching on active construction projects in the community. This is the seventh story in the series. STATEN ISLAND, NY – A two-story retail project is under construction near Eltingville Staten Island Station, according to city construction department (DOB) records. The […]

CarSmartt Inc. (OTCMKTS: CRSM) Stocks Correct From Highs On Profit Taking: What Now?

CarSmartt Inc. (OTCMKTS: CRSM) fell 40% last week following the acquisition of Immobilfin SPA. Immobilfin is a real estate company with an asset value of $ 47.6 million and generates revenues of approximately $ 1.5 million annually. Smartt CEO Roy Capasso said the company has reached an agreement to acquire a 100% stake in Immobilfin. […]

Prologis buys land near Philadelphia airport

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] PHILADELPHIA – Popular parking lot near Philadelphia International Airport bought for $ 45 million by Prologis, a real estate giant specializing in leasing space to retail, e-commerce and logistics businesses , according to the company that negotiated the agreement. What caught the attention of […]

Smartt, Inc. FKA Carsmartt, Inc. acquires $ 47.6 million

Miami, FL, Aug 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Smartt Inc., (OTC Pink: CRSM), is pleased to announce the acquisition of Immobilfin SPA, a real estate company with an asset value of 47 , $ 6 million and generating approximately $ 1.5 million in revenue per year. Mr. Roy Capasso, CEO of Smartt, Inc., commented: “Smartt, […]

In the face of severe droughts, developers seek to reuse the water they have

San Francisco has been at the forefront of water conservation. A 2012 ordinance established reuse standards and was updated in 2015 to require new buildings over 250,000 square feet to collect, treat and use gray water, a term for wastewater minus waste from bathroom. Rafael Mandelman, a member of the city’s supervisory board, proposed doubling […]

First Look at the New Travelodge Hotel in Ipswich

The developer behind a new 100-bed hotel project in Ipswich says he is “absolutely thrilled” after the plans were approved by city councilors. Ipswich Borough Council Planning Committee proposals unanimously approved to build a new Travelodge hotel on an 84-space parking lot between the Endeavor House headquarters in Suffolk County Council and the old Better […]

P&Z discusses project proposals | New

The Telluride Planning and Zoning Commission met on Thursday to discuss a myriad of project proposals. Items on the agenda included consideration of a landowner’s proposal to amend the current Planned Unit Development (PUD), the commission’s proposal to limit commercial uses of services in the commercial core of the city and the commission’s proposal to […]

Bellevue P&Z Supports High Density Downtown Housing | Nice view

Monday March 1, 2021. Bellevue buildings. Main Street. Express photo by Roland Lane Amid a county-wide housing crisis, the Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission appeared to show general support on Monday for changes to the city’s zoning laws that would allow for increased development of new multi-family dwellings or apartment buildings. ‘apartments, in the city […]

Survey suggests residents of Prince William County prefer subway expansion to VRE – Greater Washington

Metro Center by Beau Finley under a Creative Commons license. What changes will DC Council make to the Mayor’s proposed budget? DC Chairman Phil Mendelson proposes adding a Baby Bond Program, which would provide low-income children with annual payments of up to $ 1,000 per year, to the Budget Proposal of 17, $ 5 billion […]

The Conflicting History of 250 Long Pond Road

The main item on the agenda for the June 21 meeting of the Great Barrington Selectboard was supposed to be a public hearing on whether to issue a special permit to Kenneth Alpart of 250 Long Pond Road for the operation of up to 15 major events per year on its crest. – superior property. […]

Eureka City Council releases three city-owned parking lots for affordable housing developments; adopts the budget for the coming year | Lost Coast Outpost

Locations of the next three municipal car parks to be converted into housing | Screenshot of the Eureka city council meeting ### During its Tuesday night meeting, Eureka City Council approved the release of three city-owned parking lots – the two lots right next to Town Hall and another on 2nd and L streets, at […]

San Clemente keeps public space as outdoor option for restaurants, but adds fees – Orange County Register

At least seven restaurants along Avenida Del Mar and near the Pier Bowl in San Clemente have signed up for a new municipal program that will allow them, for a fee, to continue offering outdoor dining for the next five years. month. The program, intended to support restaurants, will also raise funds to expand streetcar […]

A tour preview of the new Westlake Community Services and Seniors Center, a revelation

WESTLAKE, Ohio – The new Westlake Seniors and Community Service Center is about to open, and a preview tour gave a glimpse of what to expect for residents of the city. The first impression when you walk through the front door is an immediate feeling of space – lots of space. The actual space is […]

San Diego plans to eliminate required parking spaces to save businesses money and reduce pollution – NBC 7 San Diego

If you find it difficult to find parking outside of your favorite business, it could become even more difficult. This is because the City of San Diego is considering letting some businesses use their existing parking spaces for something else. The Freshly Faded hair salon was packed with customers on Wednesday; so was their parking […]

Growing Family Appliances Business in Auburn Expands to New Headquarters

A fast-growing family-owned appliance and mattress company from Auburn has purchased new digs for its headquarters and also plans to expand its warehouse and distribution facilities. Agren HQ LLC purchased 11 Adamian Drive in Auburn from Lepage Leasing for $ 1.09 million. Justin Lamontagne of NAI The Dunham Group and Mac Simpson and Peter Gwilyn […]

North West Square | U + I hunt for Mayfield funding continues

Work has started to clean up the site and create the new park in Mayfield. v. Mark Waugh May 26, 2021, 11:44 Paul Unger The developer is still on the lookout for lenders to support the offices and parking for the first phase of the Great Manchester project, the developer said in updating the stock […]

Google approves construction of multi-billion dollar mega-campus in San Jose

San Jose city officials officially approved Google’s plan to build a large campus in the heart of California’s third largest city on Tuesday night. As part of this “Downtown West” project, Google is developing 80 acres of land in downtown San Jose. This includes 7.3 million square feet of office space for 20,000 workers and […]

The hotel plan could include land in downtown Santa Cruz

SANTA CRUZ >> Santa Cruz City Council took a wide range of actions on Tuesday. Go to a brief report: The plan of the hotel could include the land of the city A six-story hotel is proposed for 324 Front St. in downtown Santa Cruz. (BCV Architecture + Interiors) On Tuesday, city council approved the […]

Construction begins on the new police station and parking lot in Blacksburg

BLACKSBURG, Va. (WDBJ) – Construction has begun on the new Blacksburg Police Station. “Their building was built in 1982, we had 25 officers. Now we have 87 officers, and it’s 14,000 square feet. So the building – if there is a closet, we use it. They don’t have the space to really work together as […]

Hillwood launches tallest to-spec building in AllianceTexas history

Hillwood, developer of the 27,000-acre AllianceTexas mixed-use development in Fort Worth, has announced it will build the largest speculative industrial building in its 30-year history, totaling 1.2 million square feet. Responding to the growing demand for space in AllianceTexas from some of the industry’s largest logistics and e-commerce users, Alliance Center East 1 will offer […]

Condo-hotel project gets approval from planning board

Shown with the Flanders Hotel in the background, the Soleil Resort property at the corner of 11th Street and Ocean Avenue is currently used as a parking lot. By DONALD WITTKOWSKI A proposed luxury condo hotel that has languished on the drawing board for over 15 years received final approval from the Ocean City Planning […]

Protected cycle lanes on Cambridge Street could be part of the MGH project – StreetsblogMASS

The City of Boston is exploring concepts for a “high comfort bicycle facility” that could be built on Cambridge Street in conjunction with a major expansion of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) near Charles Circle in Boston. That, along with additional details on a possible new Blue Line station, were among the transportation issues that were […]

Hadley Town Meeting will decide on the river campsites, the study of the dikes, the budget

HADLEY – The formalization of a process to give landowners the right to have multiple campsites along the Connecticut River, and the continuation of a study to protect the Hadley center from possible flooding, will be decided by voters at the town’s annual meeting on Saturday. The 28-item mandate, including an omnibus budget of $ […]

Walnut Hills Library Renovations Promote Accessibility

CINCINNATI – Renovations to the Walnut Hills Library branch on Kemper Lane are long overdue, officials from the Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library said. The French Renaissance-style structure has not undergone significant upgrades since it was built in 1906. The main problem with the property was that it was not accessible to residents with […]

Developer withdraws planned project for 99 Cent – Pasadena store site now

Efforts to build a mixed-use project on the site of a 99 Cent Only store on Los Robles Avenue are complete, Pasadena now has learned. “On May 6, the applicant for the 99 Cent Store project officially withdrew the project,” said planning director David Reyes. “In meetings with the applicant, the planning department made it […]

Remembering Edinburgh’s ‘future’ robot parking lot 20 years after it opened

When the Edinburgh Robot Parking Lot opened in 2001, it was heralded as the start of the Scottish capital driven kicking and screaming into a new vision for the future of transport. A stone’s throw from the unassuming building at the back of the Edinburgh International Conference Center on Morrison Street, plans were put in […]

The backstory of The Hay from Pebble Beach Resorts

Hay’s 9-hole short course, Pebble Beach Resorts, celebrates its first month of operation this weekend. During that short time, The Hay, designed by Tiger Woods, has been the most talked about golf course in the country. But while The Hay is generally considered the newest addition to Pebble Beach Resorts, it’s actually the legacy of […]

Hong Kong sells Causeway Bay site for $ 2.5 billion

The plot of land at Causeway Bay (Google Maps) The Hong Kong government auctioned a piece of land in Causeway Bay this week for the first time since 1997, and it sold for far more than expected. Hysan Development Co. and Chinachem Group paid the equivalent of $ 2.5 billion for the 159,330 square foot […]

Toronto to construct new downtown park on land on Richmond Street as part of larger redevelopment

TORONTO – The city has announced a series of interconnected moves that will allow it to relocate a downtown fire station and use the proceeds from the sale of the land it sits on to pay for a much needed new park nearby. The plan, which was announced by Mayor John Tory in a virtual […]

Bedrock acquires Detroit Riverfront property from Stroh family

Bedrock adds to its Detroit Riverfront portfolio with the acquisition of the 300 River Place building. Bedrock acquired 300 River Place from The Stroh Companies, Inc. The acquisition of the River Place portfolio includes 500,000 square feet of office space, 735 parking spaces and approximately 4.4 acres of developable land. “The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy and […]

LA City Council decides to make LA Al Fresco permanent

LOS ANGELES – LA City Council voted this week to begin steps to make the COVID outdoor dining program known as LA Al Fresco permanent – giving Lady Byrd Café owner Misty Mansouri a sigh of relief. What would you like to know LA City Council votes to begin steps to make al fresco dining […]

Apponaug sawtooth mill building to house municipal offices

By JOHN HOWELL Once a cog in the gears of the industrial revolution, the sawtooth mill building in Apponaug is considered the future home of municipal offices and a driving force to revitalize the village. City council members met with Mayor Frank Picozzi, the planning department and senior AAA Northeast officials on Thursday afternoon to […]

It shouldn’t be illegal to build homes without parking – Redlands Daily Facts

Should local governments be able to force developers to build parking lots near public transport? It would seem like an absurd question, if it weren’t for the law of the land: Across California, almost all proposals for construction near a bus stop or train station must come with acres of parking lots or huge parking […]

Toppen shopping center expands retailtainment space with RoofTopp lifestyle tucked away in multi-storey car park

The Community Mall is developing a RoofTopp lifestyle to connect more and bring the community together. Spanning over 617,000 square feet, the nine-story space functions as a parking lot creating an additional 1,600 bays and retail space to deliver a cohesive customer experience. JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia, May 12, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Toppen Mall […]

Sacramento Modular Home Village to be Home to 55 Formerly Homeless Women and Children

Beyanse Martinez has spent more than three years homeless, bouncing from Los Angeles to Fresno to Sacramento. Sometimes the 22-year-old lived in her car, other times in hotels. Then, 10 months ago, she gave birth to her daughter and knew she needed more stability. “It was unpredictable, scary and very confusing,” Martinez said while holding […]

Danville officials announce redevelopment of White Mill building into apartments and commercial spaces

DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – Mayor Alonzo Jones joined other Danville officials on Monday morning to officially announce a partnership to redevelop the iconic White Mill building on Memorial Drive into a multi-purpose project. According to a press release issued by the City of Danville on Monday, May 10, this redevelopment will initially include 110,000 square […]

Large office development approved in Brighton

May 10, 2021 By Mike Kruzman / [email protected] Brighton City Council members have approved a site plan for a large office building that many say will be a great addition to the city. Creative Construction Concepts will be a building development company that will research new construction prototypes and techniques, primarily for the brick and […]

Agenda: notes from local governments for 5.10.21

A rendering of the apartments offered at the Virginia Center Commons. (Poole and Poole Architecture) 500-unit apartment complex at Virginia Center Commons on the Henrico agenda Henrico supervisors meet in ordinary session Tuesday at 7 p.m. Complete agenda here. Public hearing items include rezoning and interim use permit applications for a 500-unit apartment development to […]

Sought after variations for apartments on S. Mammoth Road, Second Street and Pearl Street

City Works is a regular feature that strives to provide an overview of projects presented to the Planning Council, Zoning Council and Heritage Commission by posting agendas and relevant information to keep the public informed of what is happening. happens. the Manchester Zoning Council will meet on Thursday, May 13 at 6 p.m.. Remember, meetings […]

Real estate bulletin: a notorious castle exchange of hands

Welcome back to the real estate newsletter, where a crazy first week in May was marked by two bizarre house listings, two massive megaproject announcements, and an intriguing new possibility for one of the country’s most legendary estates. come to the market. Tyrese Gibson’s home in Woodland Hills features a prop from a movie, while […]

Deco Capital’s Sunset Harbor Office Building Gets Miami Beach Board Design Approval

The Design Review Board has approved a mixed-use building project at Sunset Harbor in Miami Beach that will include nearly 30,000 square feet of Class A office space when completed. Still needed, final approval from the Municipal Commission for an additional ten foot height to allow for the higher ceilings desired by Class A tenants. […]

Corte Madera OKs plans to demolish and rebuild City Hall – Marin Independent Journal

Corte Madera city leaders chose this week to approve the dismantling and rebuilding of the Town Hall instead of trying to reclaim its old infrastructure. The city council unanimously agreed to demolish the building and bring the new design back to the planning commission for modifications, increase the architect’s budget and add green energy infrastructure. […]

Daily Activity Report – May 6, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Cubic Corporation claims a new headquarters for its “ Cubes ” Cubic Corporation, based in San Diego, calls its employees “Cubes,” a staff that now has a newly constructed headquarters in Kearny Mesa. “We are delighted that most of our San Diego Cubes are located on a campus, further enhancing our One Cubic culture which […]

Haverhill City Council approves 18-unit mid-rise apartment building on former hardware store site

Despite concerns about the lack of parking, Haverhill City Council last night gave its approval for the construction of an 18-unit building on the site of the former Arthur Sharp hardware store on Middlesex Street, near the Roma restaurant. Developer Alan Sfeir has asked Council to approve three zoning ordinance waivers for his waterfront property […]

Ventas (VTR) to release first quarter results: what’s next? – May 4, 2021

Ventas, Inc. (Quick quote from VCRVideo recorder – Free Report) is expected to release its first quarter 2021 results on May 7, before the market opens. The company’s results are expected to reflect a year-over-year decline in revenue and funds from operations (FFO) per share. In the last reported quarter, this Chicago, IL-based health real […]

Elgin planners recommend Bella Casa Square project

A mix of new commercial and apartment space in a development called Bella Casa Square could take over from the long vacant space that was once planned for a Dominick on the east side of Elgin. The project comprises six buildings in total, rising to five floors and containing commercial space, 155 apartments and a […]

City of Black Hawk Approved Distillery Site Map – The Mountain-Ear

John Scarffe, Black hawk. Black Hawk City Council approved the site layout plan and parking and height deviations for the Rick Thomas Distillery on Lot 7 of the Black Hawk Park Subdivision in a regular online meeting on April 14 2021 at 3 p.m. The council also approved an ordinance requiring all city water customers […]

New Dollar General, Seafood Market, Largest Grocery Parking Lot, and Mexican Food: NorthEscambia.com

Development review approval was granted in the past month for several projects in Century: General dollar – As we first reported two months ago, a new General Dollar is expected for Century in the 7000 block of North Century Boulevard, on the west side of the road between Hwy 4A and West Hecker Road. . […]

Punch Bowl Social founder sells Denver’s Park Hill mansion for $ 4 million – The Denver Post

Two years after a nearly $ 2 million renovation on his century-old Park Hill home, Robert Thompson has lost his mind. The founder and former CEO of Punch Bowl Social and his wife Mia have sold their 8,300 square foot home at 4433 Montview Boulevard. for $ 4 million last week. They listed it for […]

3 Alabama cities have invested more than $ 100 million in baseball stadiums

Alabama’s three cities with minor league baseball teams have together invested more than $ 100 million in building taxpayer-funded stadiums with ambitions of economic growth beyond baseball. Birmingham and Montgomery have seen the benefits of these investments as newcomer Madison has enjoyed extraordinary prosperity so far even before their Rocket City Trash Pandas have played […]

Controversy over parking on the knees of the city council | City News

EEfforts to overhaul the downtown Scottsdale parking code hit another roadblock last month after the city’s planning commission recommended city council suspend most of the proposed changes. The committee’s vote is a non-binding recommendation only, so Council will have the final say when considering changes to the parking code on Tuesday, May 4. The code […]

Possibility of rehabilitating 70-74, rue Main

Can we find buried treasure? If you’ve been to TD Bank in Cochituate, you’ve probably seen the colorized Main Street photo mural in the 1920s. Did you realize that if you look outside the window you have the same perspective on Main? Street today? The historic buildings in the foreground on the left are gone, […]

New business at Levee, developments at Music Venue announced

Developments at Newport on the Levee and the PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation, the new riverside music venue, were discussed Wednesday morning at a virtual meeting of the Newport Business Association. The meeting preceded the official announcement of the arrival of several new tenants at the dike. Levee CEO Justin Otto joined Eric Buck, senior development […]

Another warehouse planned in Franklin NJ near the D&R Canal

FRANKLIN (Somerset) – The warehouse boom continues in the township. AACTFR Property LLC is seeking preliminary and final approval of the major site plan with deviations to build a 100,125 square foot warehouse with 4,500 square feet of office space at 401 Cottontail Lane in the Somerset section. The proposal includes parking, loading, lighting, landscaping, […]

Prime Dublin 2 development opportunity is seeking 7.5 million euros

Having already secured an impressive 180 million euros thanks to the sale of its new Fitzwilliam 28 office project to French investor Amundi Real Estate amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the ESB hopes that the lifting of the lockdown will help stimulate the sale of a smaller development opportunity it is marketing in Dublin’s central business […]

Irish Life seeks occupant for offices in Cork’s City Gate Park

Irish Life Investment Managers (ILIM) retained the services of Agent Cushman & Wakefield to secure an occupant of 50,000 square feet of Class A office space at City Gate Park in Mahon, Co Cork. The housing, which is entering the fully-equipped rental market, was until recently occupied by tech giant Dell EMC. The company has […]

Defenders of the shark battle for parking and safe streets – streetsblog San Francisco

Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors stories on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless stated otherwise in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or the editorial direction of sponsored content. The owners of the San Jose Sharks hockey team oppose a development plan in and around San Jose Diridon […]

D96 awards contract for addition of school in Hollywood, playground

Hollywood School in Brookfield will finally have a new playground and a multipurpose room. On April 21, the Riverside District 96 School Board unanimously accepted bids totaling approximately $ 1.6 million to build a new 1,450 square foot addition at the back of the school and to build a new playground on land the district […]

Parking deadlock delays decision | Littletonindependent.net

A city council meeting meant to conclude more than three years of feuds over how to develop one of the city’s largest remaining vacant lots ended in a deadlock on April 20, with council and developer at odds on how to accommodate cars. Council filed until May 4 a proposal from Evergreen Devco to rezone […]

Pasadena Mid-Century Modern designed by local architect John F. Galbraith seeks $ 2.2 million – Pasadena Star News

The entrance. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The dining room. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The living room. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The dining kitchen. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The wet bar. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The master bedroom has a built-in study and a fireplace. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) Outdoor shower. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) An […]