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Bangor Daily News
Council OKs deal that could return Bangor building to ownerBANGOR, Maine — The former owner of an iconic downtown property who lost his ti
Council OKs deal that could return Bangor building to owner
Bangor Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
BANGOR, Maine — The former owner of an iconic downtown property who lost his title for failing to pay taxes on time will get a chance to earn back the building. Under the terms of the agreement, Boyd will submit a plan for the redevelopment of the... Read more
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The Shawano Leader
City says vacant SIST property could collapseCity officials say a vacant downtown property owned by the Samanta Roy Institut
City says vacant SIST property could collapse
The Shawano Leader / Posted 3 days ago
City officials say a vacant downtown property owned by the Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology could be one strong wind away from collapsing, but uncertainty over the future of the Shawano Redevelopment Agency is putting any attempt to... Read more
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Desert Dispatch
Barstow Route 66 plan, street signs approvedsigns will light up using solar energy.Councilwoman Carmen Hernandez questioned
Barstow Route 66 plan, street signs approved
Desert Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
signs will light up using solar energy.Councilwoman Carmen Hernandez questioned whether or not there was support among the downtown property owners and wondered if the plan would be too restrictive on businesses."You have to look at what people are... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Homeless plan still on the table, officials say$375,000 as seed money for a nonprofit to take the job. That money is available
Homeless plan still on the table, officials say
The Record Searchlight / Posted 4 days ago
$375,000 as seed money for a nonprofit to take the job. That money is available this year as a result of the city's sale of downtown property to the Redding Area Bus Authority. A nonprofit has yet to come forward. This is different for... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Wausau expert: CBL dumping downtown mall; Could city buy it?(WAOW) - The owners of the Wausau Center Mall are returning a nearly $18 millio
Wausau expert: CBL dumping downtown mall; Could city buy it?
WAOW Wausau / Posted 5 days ago
(WAOW) - The owners of the Wausau Center Mall are returning a nearly $18 million loan to lenders, in essence turning the downtown property over to them, the city's economic development director said Wednesday. A bank will take over the mall from... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Duo hopes to bring movies back to Broad Streetpartly by the closure of a West End movie theater, two Richmonders plan to open
Duo hopes to bring movies back to Broad Street
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 5 days ago
partly by the closure of a West End movie theater, two Richmonders plan to open a film center in a recently redeveloped downtown property. James Parrish and Terry Rae plan to open in August the Bijou Film Center at 304 E. Broad St. The pair... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
After critics call for change, Mayor Andy berke revamps tax incentive programhis proposal to the city's bond board next week. In front of the City Council
After critics call for change, Mayor Andy berke revamps tax incentive program
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
his proposal to the city's bond board next week. In front of the City Council on Tuesday night, Franklin McCallie, a downtown property owner and member of ATM, asked the council to still approve Wise's proposal for his Chestnut Street... Read more
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The Morning Call
State budget could give NIZ developer $1.5 million tax breakbudget to interfere with a tax issue that's currently being litigated. More tha
State budget could give NIZ developer $1.5 million tax break
The Morning Call / Posted 7 days ago
budget to interfere with a tax issue that's currently being litigated. More than 70 percent of real estate taxes paid by downtown property owners go to the school district. The school board has joined the county's defense of the tax appeal. "To... Read more
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The Morning Call
State budget could give NIZ developer $1.5 million tax breakbudget to interfere with a tax issue that's currently being litigated. More tha
State budget could give NIZ developer $1.5 million tax break
The Morning Call / Posted 7 days ago
budget to interfere with a tax issue that's currently being litigated. More than 70 percent of real estate taxes paid by downtown property owners go to the school district. The school board has joined the county's defense of the tax appeal. "To... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Building still in disrepairis still awaiting court ordered repairs of the former Intelligencer building, e
Building still in disrepair
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 7 days ago
is still awaiting court ordered repairs of the former Intelligencer building, even more pressing, is his hope the prime downtown property will be restored to make it viable for development. Work commenced last September by owner Terry Mian to... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Hope for stalled Main Street projectsknowing what's going to be happening with the rest of the block." Property val
Hope for stalled Main Street projects
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
knowing what's going to be happening with the rest of the block." Property values have risen since Reed began buying downtown property in 2012. Reed Realty paid $1.5 million for the Cohn building and three other properties along Main Street... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC elections board says it will try to redraw Wake maps, if judge orders itleaders may decide Tuesday which 45 people get to plan a redesign of the Doroth
NC elections board says it will try to redraw Wake maps, if judge orders it
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
leaders may decide Tuesday which 45 people get to plan a redesign of the Dorothea Dix campus, the 308-acre downtown property that the city bought last year for $52 million and hopes to turn into a park. But the city has yet to... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
BIZZLINE: Auction boosts local charitiesand Family and Children’s Services. In its July newsletter, the St. Catharines
BIZZLINE: Auction boosts local charities
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 10 days ago
and Family and Children’s Services. In its July newsletter, the St. Catharines Downtown Association advises members if downtown property has been defaced by graffiti, they should report it quickly to the Niagara Regional Police. This can be... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Auction boosts local charitiesand Family and Children’s Services. In its July newsletter, the St. Catharines
Auction boosts local charities
Welland Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
and Family and Children’s Services. In its July newsletter, the St. Catharines Downtown Association advises members if downtown property has been defaced by graffiti, they should report it quickly to the Niagara Regional Police. This can be... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Auction lends hand to local charitieand Family and Children’s Services. In its July newsletter, the St. Catharines
Auction lends hand to local charitie
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 days ago
and Family and Children’s Services. In its July newsletter, the St. Catharines Downtown Association advises members if downtown property has been defaced by graffiti, they should report it quickly to the Niagara Regional Police. This can be... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Backcountry Wellness to move downtownGREENWICH - Backcountry Wellness LLC will move locations to a downtown property
Backcountry Wellness to move downtown
Greenwich Time / Posted 10 days ago
GREENWICH - Backcountry Wellness LLC will move locations to a downtown property, 7 Lincoln Avenue, on August 1, according to a press release from the owner. The eating disorder therapy clinic was previously housed on N. Porchuck Road, a residential... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Chattanooga developer partners with tax-break critics to rewrite policy on controversial housing programhave been working on changes to the housing program after criticism of it hit a
Chattanooga developer partners with tax-break critics to rewrite policy on controversial housing program
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 12 days ago
have been working on changes to the housing program after criticism of it hit a fever pitch this spring when a number of downtown property owners joined critics to pressure the city to suspend the housing PILOT program until significant changes... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
New Kings Arena Leads to Transformation of Downtown Sacramento1 Center continues as the city prepares for what's being called the biggest cha
New Kings Arena Leads to Transformation of Downtown Sacramento
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 12 days ago
1 Center continues as the city prepares for what's being called the biggest change to Downtown Sacramento in a decade. For downtown property manager Bruce Presley it's a welcomed change compared to what the area was like years ago, "It was a lot of... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Miami investors ink deal for Orlando Sentinel propertymixed-used development on the Orlando Sentinel complex, although the company di
Miami investors ink deal for Orlando Sentinel property
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
mixed-used development on the Orlando Sentinel complex, although the company did not confirm or deny interest in the downtown property. Surveyors have been on the property recently. The Sentinel reported on a plan filed with the city last... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Is Manteca off track?is definitely needed that will serve as a template but first all of the players
Is Manteca off track?
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
is definitely needed that will serve as a template but first all of the players that count need to be involved — merchants, downtown property owners, and the community — along with the city. He said traffic must be addressed first and foremost and... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Savannah City Council wants more downtown 'ambassadors'said. The Savannah Serves discussion took place during the same workshop that
Savannah City Council wants more downtown 'ambassadors'
Savannah Morning News / Posted 14 days ago
said. The Savannah Serves discussion took place during the same workshop that city officials announced a plan to sell downtown property to fund the purchase of about 200 new surveillance cameras. That announcement came after police officials... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Savannah planning expansion of downtown ambassador programsaid. The Savannah Serves discussion took place during the same workshop that
Savannah planning expansion of downtown ambassador program
Savannah Morning News / Posted 14 days ago
said. The Savannah Serves discussion took place during the same workshop that city officials announced a plan to sell downtown property to fund the purchase of about 200 new surveillance cameras. That announcement came after police officials... Read more
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Connecticut Post
CityCenter Danbury digital marketing plan urges businesses to ‘join us’chairman of CityCenter, said at the event Thursday his organization has a great
CityCenter Danbury digital marketing plan urges businesses to ‘join us’
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 days ago
chairman of CityCenter, said at the event Thursday his organization has a great “synergy with city hall, the mayor and downtown property owners.” Young entrepreneurs looking for space to open a business are missing out if they don’t consider... Read more
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Darien News-Review
CityCenter Danbury digital marketing plan urges businesses to ‘join us’chairman of CityCenter, said at the event Thursday his organization has a great
CityCenter Danbury digital marketing plan urges businesses to ‘join us’
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
chairman of CityCenter, said at the event Thursday his organization has a great “synergy with city hall, the mayor and downtown property owners.” Young entrepreneurs looking for space to open a business are missing out if they don’t consider... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
CityCenter Danbury digital marketing plan urges businesses to ‘join us’chairman of CityCenter, said at the event Thursday his organization has a great
CityCenter Danbury digital marketing plan urges businesses to ‘join us’
Stamford Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
chairman of CityCenter, said at the event Thursday his organization has a great “synergy with city hall, the mayor and downtown property owners.” Young entrepreneurs looking for space to open a business are missing out if they don’t consider... Read more
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The Sault Star
Time to actto be done on the roof was in 1977 when the building was still owned by the fed
Time to act
The Sault Star / Posted 16 days ago
to be done on the roof was in 1977 when the building was still owned by the federal government. The museum moved into the downtown property in 1983. Nick Apostle, commissioner of the City of Sault Ste. Marie's community services department, was... Read more
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Kenosha News
Backyard dreams to big plansOrpheum Building has high expectations. Alex Kudrna, 23, owner of Backyard Dre
Backyard dreams to big plans
Kenosha News / Posted 17 days ago
Orpheum Building has high expectations. Alex Kudrna, 23, owner of Backyard Dream Productions, recently purchased the downtown property, 5819 Sixth Ave. He hopes to turn portions of the four-story complex into a digital production studio,... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
City of Savannah to sell downtown property for more surveillance, police equipmentthe city could have some extra cash on hand to address Savannah’s growing crime
City of Savannah to sell downtown property for more surveillance, police equipment
Savannah Morning News / Posted 17 days ago
the city could have some extra cash on hand to address Savannah’s growing crime problem. The city is planning on selling downtown property, previously purchased for a new Savannah-Chatham police headquarters, to fund public safety... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
City of Savannah to sell downtown property for public safety prioritiesthe city could have some extra cash on hand to address Savannah’s growing crime
City of Savannah to sell downtown property for public safety priorities
Savannah Morning News / Posted 18 days ago
the city could have some extra cash on hand to address Savannah’s growing crime problem. The city is planning on selling downtown property, previously purchased for a new Savannah-Chatham police headquarters, to fund public safety... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Scientology leader meets one-on-one with city officials over key downtown Clearwater parcelis currently fundraising for the $53 million renovation on Island Estates, but
Scientology leader meets one-on-one with city officials over key downtown Clearwater parcel
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
is currently fundraising for the $53 million renovation on Island Estates, but Dame said there is no deadline to sell the downtown property. “It’s not just the price thing, we’ve got a lot of considerations here,” Dame said, declining to... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Cocktails in the Park set for July 16going back to Batavia MainStreet and its community-focused efforts. “We are su
Cocktails in the Park set for July 16
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
going back to Batavia MainStreet and its community-focused efforts. “We are supported by the city of Batavia and our downtown property owners through an SSA for a portion of our budget. However, we fundraise through events and community and... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
AT&T shopping Valley View Mall site as potential HQ locationAn almost $300 million plan to redevelop North Dallas' Valley View Center mall
AT&T shopping Valley View Mall site as potential HQ location
Dallas Morning News / Posted 20 days ago
An almost $300 million plan to redevelop North Dallas' Valley View Center mall has caught the eye of downtown's biggest business. AT&T has put the LBJ Freeway shopping mall site on a short list of potential headquarters locations for the telecom... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Parksville puts its best face(s) forwardstreets. Each of these businesses pays a levy, totaling $150,000 annually, whi
Parksville puts its best face(s) forward
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 20 days ago
streets. Each of these businesses pays a levy, totaling $150,000 annually, which is administered by a board made up of downtown property and business owners and operators. Its mission is to administer and promote Parksville’s business... Read more
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BC Local News
Parksville puts its best face(s) forwardstreets. Each of these businesses pays a levy, totaling $150,000 annually, whi
Parksville puts its best face(s) forward
BC Local News / Posted 20 days ago
streets. Each of these businesses pays a levy, totaling $150,000 annually, which is administered by a board made up of downtown property and business owners and operators. Its mission is to administer and promote Parksville’s business... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
A downtown Youngstown property agency is having preliminary talks about constructing a buildingStaff report YOUNGSTOWN A downtown property agency is working with developers
A downtown Youngstown property agency is having preliminary talks about constructing a building
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 24 days ago
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A downtown property agency is working with developers on proposals to find a use for a large fenced-in hole on West Federal Street that’s been there since 2008. Talks are still preliminary, but Dave Kosec, project manager... Read more
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Kenosha News
Hotel’s sudden closure leaves travelers scramblingfor the weekend. He said there are about 950 hotel rooms in the county, exclud
Hotel’s sudden closure leaves travelers scrambling
Kenosha News / Posted 26 days ago
for the weekend. He said there are about 950 hotel rooms in the county, excluding the Harborside. “But this is our only downtown property, and it’s a great location, especially on the Fourth of July weekend,” DuChene said. DuChene said the... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Who Ya Gonna Call? The Berkeley Ambassadors' Internal Complain System . Categoryto their oddly named Final Plan: "The PBID was formed with a five year term and
Who Ya Gonna Call? The Berkeley Ambassadors' Internal Complain System . Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 26 days ago
to their oddly named Final Plan: "The PBID was formed with a five year term and is set to expire, unless renewed by Downtown property owners and the City of Berkeley, at the end of 2016." The citizens of Berkeley deserve at least to know... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Cockayne: Bristol On Track, Aims For Better Bond Ratingmaking rapid progress toward designing a 150,000-square-foot medical office and
Cockayne: Bristol On Track, Aims For Better Bond Rating
Hartford Courant / Posted 26 days ago
making rapid progress toward designing a 150,000-square-foot medical office and lab building for part of the vacant 15-acre downtown property. When built, it will draw hundreds of medical workers and patients downtown every day, and will attract... Read more
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The News & Observer
Developers want more than 20 stories at N&O site in downtown Raleigh6:44 PM N&O last year reached $20.2M deal to sell downtown property City cu
Developers want more than 20 stories at N&O site in downtown Raleigh
The News & Observer / Posted 27 days ago
6:44 PM N&O last year reached $20.2M deal to sell downtown property City currently limits buildings at site to 20 stories Above The Fold developers to talk plans at July 11... Read more

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