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As Philadelphia’s tallest skyscraper, the new Comcast Technology Center at 18th and Arch will inevitably be judged by how it looks among the clouds. People will debate whether its telescoping, … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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As the housing market has downshifted, more builders are offering sweeteners to close the deal. Companies large and small are paying closing costs, buying down mortgage rates and trimming square … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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Q: With the new year upon us, my partner and I want to buy our first home. Do you have any advice on how to find the best house at … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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In response to a recent column of mine, a reader wrote, “Your article on annuities did not demonstrate that an annuity always improves a retirement plan.” True, Warren Buffet’s retirement … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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As the government shutdown grinds into its third week, more than 800,000 federal employees and 4.1 million federal contractors are caught in the crosshairs. Federal workers will go without paychecks … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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Ashley Powell was 25 and starting a new job when she moved into the Scripps Landing apartments, sight unseen. The first thing she noticed when she stepped inside was the … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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Almost a decade into a real estate development boom, commercial property owners face some obstacles that could derail this year’s momentum. Nationally, there are signs of economic uncertainty, including a … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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Even as hotel development in Southern California reached a new high last year, with more than 16,000 rooms under construction, the outlook for the future is not nearly as bullish … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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One of the most ambitious — and oft-delayed — real estate developments in recent Miami-Dade County history is finally open for business. Solé Mia, the massive 184-acre mini-city headquartered at … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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Solé Mia, a massive 184-acre development in North Miami, is opening its doors with two new rental apartment buildings and a seven-acre man-made lagoon. The project, located at 15055 Biscayne Blvd., has been under development since 2015. … Click to Continue » Source: New feed
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