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Former Home of the Nantucket Lightship Basket Museum Is Listed for $1.8M
It's rare for a multipurpose property to come on the market on the quaint island of Nantucket, MA.
Real Estate Drives Blackstone's Best Quarter In 36-Year History
Blackstone reported a blockbuster third-quarter this week - the best in its 36-year history.
Hollywood Project Aims for 58 Units Near Transit
An investor that specializes in retail centers and creative offices has tapped a veteran of the residential development landscape to extend its reach with a project that would offer housing to employees of the service and creative industries in the heart of Hollywood.
Universities struggle to find workers in dining halls
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Michigan State University students are frustrated by a lack of dining options while the school struggles to find people to work in dining halls.
California to Swap New Gas-Powered Landscaping Equipment for Zero Emissions Tools | KQED
People can still use the gas-powered equipment they already own, and stores can still sell their older stock.
Christopher Dilbeck works at the air board and helped design the emissions regulations. "
MTA moves North Brooklyn waterfront development deal forward despite local opposition * Brooklyn Paper
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SoCal water recycling plant takes small step
Thirsty Southern California has a drop of good news.
Fjord stoneware series by Fiandre Architectural Surfaces among new products on Dezeen Showroom
This collection of porcelain tiles informed by the wild landscapes of Scandinavia is among 11 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom this week.
San Jose leaders eager to renew special downtown commercial district - San Jose Spotlight
A special district that provides extra cleaning and security to downtown San Jose property owners is up for renewal next year, and local stakeholders are eager to keep it running for another decade.