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WSBT-TVMISHAWAKA -- The tenants who were kicked out of the Princess City Apartments last week are considering legal action. They’re talking with a lawyer, trying to figure out if someone should pay for the squalid conditions they lived in. “We&...
As we recently celebrated the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act, it is significant to note that the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan regions are among the most segregated in America. Last month, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil...
Lenders that repossess rental buildings in Chicago — or anyone who buys a rental building at a court-ordered foreclosure auction — would have to pay tenants $12,000 per unit to move or offer them rent-controlled extended leases until the...
Tags: Auction Service, Real Estate, Chicago Mayor, Rentals, Realty
Scott Fish, 50, a principal with UP Development, which has recently purchased and plans to redevelop Orlando Fashion Square. UP's other Orlando projects include Shoppes at Alafaya Trail and Millenia Plaza. Orlando Fashion Square is its first mall project....
Human nature frequently disproves theories. Conventional wisdom, for example, says that open office space plans with workers grouped like cattle encourage creativity and collaboration. But study after study shows that people are more inventive, productive...
Deerfield officials are considering changes to the village's zoning code they hope can strengthen shopping districts outside downtown, including Deerbrook Mall at Lake Cook and Waukegan roads. The changes were recommended by the village's Plan...
Tags: Local Government, Business
What a difference a matter of weeks makes. A recent flicker of promise for downtown Hagerstown now seems just that: A random spark that, untended, will die out before having a chance to catch. The newly elected city council came into office late last...
FloriDUHHere's one way to lose your tenants. Deputies say John J. Moscatelli, 49, of North Naples, allegedly told his tenants, who had rented a room in Moscatelli's home, that he had downed two bottles of pills and injected himself with two syringes -- before...
With new deals totaling more than 28,000 square feet, the once-distressed Georgian Place outlet center in Somerset is at 90 percent occupancy, according to Tonya Spangler, vice president of leasing and sales. New tenants include Wilson Creek Energy,...
Chicago is waging war on bedbugs. A proposed ordinance declares the nocturnal parasites a "public nuisance" and enlists condominium associations, landlords and others to join the fight. "Bedbugs are a growing problem in the city, as they are in many...
Tags: Ray Suarez, Debra L. Silverstein
When Darnell James bought the house at 12053 S. Michigan Ave. out of foreclosure, he thought he was doing something good for the community. "My goal was to take some of these properties that banks are foreclosing on and give people some decent housing...
Mar 21, 2013 |Story| WSBT-TV
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