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CBS Baltimore
City of Frederick Ponders Reuse of Downtown Post Office SiteFREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A public-private partnership in Frederick is pondering re
City of Frederick Ponders Reuse of Downtown Post Office Site
CBS Baltimore / Posted 3 days ago
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A public-private partnership in Frederick is pondering redevelopment options for a four-acre downtown property owned by the U.S. Postal Service. The Downtown Frederick Partnership is airing possible uses for the parcel at a... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Why is private security patrolling our public streets?the 2014 holiday season, the Partnership-affiliated Downtown Development Author
Why is private security patrolling our public streets?
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 5 days ago
the 2014 holiday season, the Partnership-affiliated Downtown Development Authority — an organization established in 2006 by downtown property owners — hired Strategic Alliance Security officers to patrol the Greater Downtown Colorado Springs... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Willcox wins federal designation as a unique Arizona wine regiona corporation called Willcox Winery, with an address in downtown Willcox. Owner
Willcox wins federal designation as a unique Arizona wine region
The Arizona Republic / Posted 7 days ago
a corporation called Willcox Winery, with an address in downtown Willcox. Owner Gavin Gallifant said his business owns the downtown property, but does not operate a winery there. He said he is planning on selling the building and the name. The... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
West Virginia Brownfields Conference champions honoredcommerce, a Main Street business owner, community advocate and a local builder.
West Virginia Brownfields Conference champions honored
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 7 days ago
commerce, a Main Street business owner, community advocate and a local builder. The group crafted a development plan and a downtown property was donated to the building commission for redevelopment. The Collins Foundation provided a $40,000 grant... Read more
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Slate
How Donald Trump Played the National Media, in Eight Simple Stepswas about 10 minutes in, after two or three introductory speakers and an enthus
How Donald Trump Played the National Media, in Eight Simple Steps
Slate / Posted 9 days ago
was about 10 minutes in, after two or three introductory speakers and an enthusiastic plug from Donald Trump for his new downtown property, that the cry of Admiral Ackbar began sounding in the core of my being. It’s a trap. I’m an extra in a bad... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Downtown survey results releasedwhich was conducted during the entire month of July, 2016. The DMD says the uns
Downtown survey results released
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 9 days ago
which was conducted during the entire month of July, 2016. The DMD says the unscientific survey gauges the opinions of downtown property owners, business owners, employees, visitors. The DMD says revealed a strong positive perception of... Read more
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Kenosha News
Downtown group hopes to hike tax mill ratesaid it intends to curtail its funding of the organization in 2017. The tax ra
Downtown group hopes to hike tax mill rate
Kenosha News / Posted 10 days ago
said it intends to curtail its funding of the organization in 2017. The tax rate change, if implemented, could have some downtown property owners paying $2.50 per $1,000 of assessed property value, $1 more than the current rate. The Lakeshore... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Survey: Most stakeholders feel Downtown is progressing, its perception is improvingDowntown El Paso through a survey conducted in July. For the second year in a
Survey: Most stakeholders feel Downtown is progressing, its perception is improving
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 10 days ago
Downtown El Paso through a survey conducted in July. For the second year in a row, the Downtown Management District asked Downtown property owners, business owners, employees, visitors and the general public to weigh in on the present and future... Read more
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The Economic Times
Race to acquire two hotels of Leelaventure Ltd begins again(QIA), the sovereign funds of the emirate and the nation, respectively, are con
Race to acquire two hotels of Leelaventure Ltd begins again
The Economic Times / Posted 11 days ago
(QIA), the sovereign funds of the emirate and the nation, respectively, are contending for The Leela Palace New Delhi, a downtown property with 254 rooms.PE firms, Middle East family offices and a sovereign fund are said to be bidding for the... Read more
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BC Local News
Change happens: Sidney passes Gateway land rezoningsaid. “Gateway is never going to (beat) the waterfront.” He added Gateway coul
Change happens: Sidney passes Gateway land rezoning
BC Local News / Posted 12 days ago
said. “Gateway is never going to (beat) the waterfront.” He added Gateway could even become an incentive for existing downtown property owners to fix up their buildings, some with “rat infestation issues.” Only Councillors Barbara Fallot and... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Culinary incubator finds fast success in Stamfordan off-site location for their meat smokers because they said their landlord wo
Culinary incubator finds fast success in Stamford
Darien News-Review / Posted 13 days ago
an off-site location for their meat smokers because they said their landlord would not let them keep the apparatus at the downtown property. “We couldn’t have asked for a better place,” said Nestor Laracuente, a Mason/Dixon co-owner and the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Culinary incubator finds fast success in Stamfordan off-site location for their meat smokers because they said their landlord wo
Culinary incubator finds fast success in Stamford
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
an off-site location for their meat smokers because they said their landlord would not let them keep the apparatus at the downtown property. “We couldn’t have asked for a better place,” said Nestor Laracuente, a Mason/Dixon co-owner and the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Culinary incubator finds fast success in Stamfordan off-site location for their meat smokers because they said their landlord wo
Culinary incubator finds fast success in Stamford
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
an off-site location for their meat smokers because they said their landlord would not let them keep the apparatus at the downtown property. “We couldn’t have asked for a better place,” said Nestor Laracuente, a Mason/Dixon co-owner and the... Read more
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Kenosha News
The Agenda: 30 years laterwith those events, except 30 years is a long time to wait to win another Super
The Agenda: 30 years later
Kenosha News / Posted 15 days ago
with those events, except 30 years is a long time to wait to win another Super Bowl. It’s even a longer span for a piece of downtown property to stand completely vacant. Best spot in the city Let’s be clear, it’s not just a nice piece of property.... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Steel bridges and short timeline drove evolution of amphitheater's designRafael Caldera, chairman of the Downtown Development Review Board. The board i
Steel bridges and short timeline drove evolution of amphitheater's design
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 16 days ago
Rafael Caldera, chairman of the Downtown Development Review Board. The board is comprised of architects, urban planners, downtown property owners or employees of downtown businesses, and a contractor, developer or Realtor who does work in... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
Wilmington completes report on possible Municipal Service District, public hearing setvalue. That would generate an estimated $276,000 per year for the downtown dist
Wilmington completes report on possible Municipal Service District, public hearing set
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted 16 days ago
value. That would generate an estimated $276,000 per year for the downtown district. An oversight committee, made up of downtown property owners and businesses, would make recommendations as to how the funding would be spent. If approved, the... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Report about possible Municipal Service District completed, public hearing setvalue), which would generate an estimated $276,000 per year for the downtown di
Report about possible Municipal Service District completed, public hearing set
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 16 days ago
value), which would generate an estimated $276,000 per year for the downtown district. An oversight committee, made up of downtown property owners and businesses, would make recommendations as to how the funding would be spent. If implemented,... Read more
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Brandon Sun
A look at how Edmonton and the Oilers are paying for their new arenaalmost $313 million with much of that coming from a so-called community revital
A look at how Edmonton and the Oilers are paying for their new arena
Brandon Sun / Posted 17 days ago
almost $313 million with much of that coming from a so-called community revitalization levy, which will see a portion of downtown property taxes redirected to the project. The city will own the building, but will lease it back to the Oilers and... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Review Board Affirms Decision on Downtown Buildingwhere the world's first ready-made pancake mix was invented. The board was pre
Review Board Affirms Decision on Downtown Building
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 18 days ago
where the world's first ready-made pancake mix was invented. The board was presented with a petition signed by around 100 downtown property owners asking them to reconsider their July decision to allow the sale to go through. "We call upon the... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
City Council imposes new restrictions on skaters, fines up to $400Mack, the city's Quality of Life Managing Director, rewrote the Title 12 traffi
City Council imposes new restrictions on skaters, fines up to $400
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 19 days ago
Mack, the city's Quality of Life Managing Director, rewrote the Title 12 traffic ordinance after reports of damage to Downtown property. Skateboards, roller skates and other similar roller devices are not allowed to be used in the newly... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
Randy Boyd pays $6M for Knox Rail Salvage propertythe Old City, this time paying a combined $6 million for one of the Knox Rail S
Randy Boyd pays $6M for Knox Rail Salvage property
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 19 days ago
the Old City, this time paying a combined $6 million for one of the Knox Rail Salvage properties and a nearby parcel. The downtown property, just east of Hall of Fame Boulevard and the James White Parkway, represents more than seven acres. The... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Critics want City Council to delay vote on controversial tax break programbefore tonight's scheduled vote on changes to the city's controversial housing
Critics want City Council to delay vote on controversial tax break program
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 20 days ago
before tonight's scheduled vote on changes to the city's controversial housing tax incentive program, claim several downtown property owners. "Were they just trying to get this rushed in after a holiday weekend?" asked Helen Burns Sharp, a... Read more
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The Columbian
For now, peace at Seattle churchAfter a monthslong fight over control of Seattle First Presbyterian and its val
For now, peace at Seattle church
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
After a monthslong fight over control of Seattle First Presbyterian and its valuable downtown property, the historic church is starting a new chapter. Gone are the married co-pastors, Jeff and Ellen Schulz, who led an attempt to separate the church —... Read more
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The News & Observer
Self-storage developers eye prime real estate in Wakesome city leaders are speaking out. “This seems like a missed opportunity and
Self-storage developers eye prime real estate in Wake
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
some city leaders are speaking out. “This seems like a missed opportunity and an under-utilization of valuable downtown property that is ripe for redevelopment,” Raleigh City Council member Mary-Ann Baldwin said. “It’s... Read more
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The Seattle Times
For now, peace at Seattle First PresbyterianAfter a months-long fight over control of Seattle First Presbyterian and its va
For now, peace at Seattle First Presbyterian
The Seattle Times / Posted 21 days ago
After a months-long fight over control of Seattle First Presbyterian and its valuable downtown property, the historic church is starting a new chapter. Gone are the married co-pastors, Jeff and Ellen Schulz, who led an attempt to separate the church... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle tackles drug dealing, disorder in downtown corefor the program. The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID), a street-cleanin
Seattle tackles drug dealing, disorder in downtown core
The Seattle Times / Posted 22 days ago
for the program. The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID), a street-cleaning and outreach organization funded by downtown property owners, is leasing the storefront and providing eyes on the ground. Jon Scholes, president of the Downtown... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Millburn group seeks to register businesses for election of directors - Small Businessvia fax to 973-379-3027. New business registrations must be received in the DM
Millburn group seeks to register businesses for election of directors - Small Business
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 24 days ago
via fax to 973-379-3027. New business registrations must be received in the DMDA office by 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 30. Downtown property owners do not need to register in order to vote in the election. Ballots for voting in the election will... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Amkin interested in more Dames Point property Wednesday, August 31, 12:05 PM EDT Miami investor Ramon Llorens appears to b
Amkin interested in more Dames Point property
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 25 days ago
Wednesday, August 31, 12:05 PM EDT Miami investor Ramon Llorens appears to be interested in 84 vacant industrial waterfront acres in Dames Point that border the almost 63 adjacent acres he already owns... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
Habitat for Humanity ReCycle Store to move to downtown Freeport5:01 PM FREEPORT — The Habitat for Humanity ReCycle Store is moving downtown a
Habitat for Humanity ReCycle Store to move to downtown Freeport
The Journal-Standard / Posted 26 days ago
5:01 PM FREEPORT — The Habitat for Humanity ReCycle Store is moving downtown after searching for a new location for years, downtown property owner Larry Pittsley said.The ReCycle Store will be located on the corner of South Van Buren Avenue and... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Ron Littlepage: There are elephants in the room downtowncity should set a deadline for action. If nothing is done, begin the process fo
Ron Littlepage: There are elephants in the room downtown
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 26 days ago
city should set a deadline for action. If nothing is done, begin the process for demolition, in turn opening up valuable downtown property for new construction, which is less expensive. Other old buildings — from former hotels to department... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Central sale not a done dealperiod to Nov. 20," said broker Shannon MacIntrye, who is working with the Simc
Central sale not a done deal
Barrie Examiner / Posted a month ago
period to Nov. 20," said broker Shannon MacIntrye, who is working with the Simcoe County District School Board to sell the downtown property. "We continue to work with the purchaser through our agent to ensure they have all the information they... Read more

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