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Apartment community in Revere, Mass., employs Danvers Stainless Outdoor Kitchen system
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Apartment community in Revere, Mass., employs Danvers Stainless Outdoor Kitchen system

Danver Post and Panel System installed at an apartment community in Revere, Mass. Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens' Post and Panel System,...

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Demand for Office Space Is High and Likely to Remain So
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Demand for Office Space Is High and Likely to Remain So

Demand for office space was intense in 2019 and is likely to continue through mid-2020, according to a year-end review by the commercial real...

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MetroHealth transformation plan nets eyesore
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MetroHealth transformation plan nets eyesore

Big plans are afoot for MetroHealth's CCH Development Corp. and NRP Group of Cleveland to build a proposed $15 million mixed-use apartment complex...

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Westlake firm moves to 15,000-square-foot spot in Ohio City
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Westlake firm moves to 15,000-square-foot spot in Ohio City

Clear Choice Photo Booth, which provides camera kiosks and setups for people to take digital photos of themselves at events, has traded its...

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Zilker Technology sets March opening for new office in Northeast Ohio
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Zilker Technology sets March opening for new office in Northeast Ohio

Cleveland already has a concentration of experienced IT professionals, according to Rob Thomas, CEO and co-founder of Zilker Technology. What he is...

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On the edge of America, census begins in a tiny Alaska town
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On the edge of America, census begins in a tiny Alaska town

Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020 | 8:48 a.m. TOKSOOK BAY, Alaska - There are no restaurants in Toksook Bay, Alaska. No motels or movie theater, either. There...

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Library bearing MLK’s name strives to live up to Dream
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Library bearing MLK’s name strives to live up to Dream

MELBOURNE, Fla. (AP) - Each year, a little after sunrise on the third Monday in January, a crowd gathers in front of the single-story building in...

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Readers sound off on Arthur Avenue gentrification, ‘Sickos’ and the Mets
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Readers sound off on Arthur Avenue gentrification, ‘Sickos’ and the Mets

Bronx: We have an issue with gentrification on Arthur Ave. caused by growth of Fordham University's campus, which is creating a need for more...

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Census to begin in a tiny Alaska town on the edge of America
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Census to begin in a tiny Alaska town on the edge of America

TOKSOOK BAY, Alaska – Toksook Bay, Alaska, has no restaurants. No motels or movie theater. Also, no factories. Or roads. But the first Americans to...

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Chengdu IFS celebrates 6th anniversary as top brands plan global debuts
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Chengdu IFS celebrates 6th anniversary as top brands plan global debuts

Chengdu IFS, a flagship commercial real estate project in Mainland China by The Wharf (Holdings) Limited, today kicked off a campaign to...

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Business booms at safety compliance labs
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Business booms at safety compliance labs

Vials of product are being tested for heavy metals and contaminants at PSI Labs in Ann Arbor, the only licensed marijuana testing facility for...

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Nature and business, no longer in conflict?
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Nature and business, no longer in conflict?

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY: Helen Taylor is the state director of the Michigan Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, serving as the nonprofit's top leader...

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How Kermit the Frog ended up at the Detroit Institute of Arts
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How Kermit the Frog ended up at the Detroit Institute of Arts

As the Detroit Institute of Arts dusts off America's favorite amphibious puppet for an exhibition that opened Friday, there's a little-known...

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Look to conflicts in Wayne State board mess
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Look to conflicts in Wayne State board mess

As one who recently worked closely with the leadership of Wayne State University and its School of Medicine for 3½ years, I want to share an...

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The case for a fuel tax increase instead of tolling
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The case for a fuel tax increase instead of tolling

In the Jan. 13 issue of Crain's Detroit Business, the lead story asked, "The Case For Tolls?"After years of study and discussion within the...

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Crain's names new reporter, adds coverage areas for 2 others
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Crain's names new reporter, adds coverage areas for 2 others

Crain's Detroit Business has added a new reporter who will cover finance and technology. Nick Manes, 35, worked for six years as a reporter at...

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Don't forget these skyscrapers
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Don't forget these skyscrapers

It's not unusual to hear a little hyperbole where Dan Gilbert is concerned, but Crain's served up a real whopper in stating that his tower on the...

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Mergers, acquisitions and new contracts across metro Detroit
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Mergers, acquisitions and new contracts across metro Detroit

Want to get something off your chest? Send us an email or hit us up on Facebook or Twitter....

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How well do you know your workforce?
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How well do you know your workforce?

Automation and AI will change the nature of work, said Automation Alley CEO and Executive Director Tom Kelly. "You may not have a person in every...

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'I would love to see people treated as well as we treat our food'
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'I would love to see people treated as well as we treat our food'

Education: Michigan State University, bachelor of arts in hospitality business. Bachelor of arts in culinary studies, International Culinary Center...

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Contractor is on a border-wall mission
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Contractor is on a border-wall mission

Tommy Fisher of Fisher Industries surveys border fencing that he's building on private land in south Texas. "We'll protect southern Texas faster...

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Real estate transactions
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Real estate transactions

Pulaski County real estate transactions of $150,000 or more; deeds recorded Dec. 16-Dec. 20: Weingarten/Investments, Inc. to RCG-Markham, LLC, L2,...

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New event center to open up in Lebanon
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New event center to open up in Lebanon

LEBANON, Mo. - We're nine months away from the opening of a property that community leaders say will transform Lebanon. An event center is coming...

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Amazon to open new distribution center in Newnan, Ga., create 500 jobs
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Amazon to open new distribution center in Newnan, Ga., create 500 jobs

Amazon.com will open a new distribution center in Newnan, Ga., south of Atlanta, and create 500 jobs, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced Saturday....

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This European city has the world’s fastest rising home price
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This European city has the world’s fastest rising home price

Budapest (Credit: Pixabay) In the elegant Hungarian capital of Budapest, it’s good news for home sellers and not so good news for buyers. No other...

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'High Times' getting into retail pot business
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'High Times' getting into retail pot business

High Times, the nearly 50 year old bible of weed, is piling onto the legal green rush. The media company, which publishes its monthly magazine out...

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CBRE to open first Northeast co-working location in Philadelphia
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CBRE to open first Northeast co-working location in Philadelphia

(Credit: iStock, Wikipedia) It’s time to share a conference room in the City of Brotherly Love. CBRE’s first co-working location in the Northeast...

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CCIM Institute’s K.C. Conway Guides on Recalibrating the Capital Markets
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CCIM Institute’s K.C. Conway Guides on Recalibrating the Capital Markets

“This year is especially important for CRE pros to understand where and how much investment activity to deploy to be successful,” said K.C. Conway,...

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RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News
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RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News

You may be looking for some cash if you overdid the holiday spending. Many people are taking advantage of refinancing during this long stretch of...

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Amid increasing water levels, EGLE pushes to minimize discharges into lakes, rivers
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Amid increasing water levels, EGLE pushes to minimize discharges into lakes, rivers

"Water is not a solid wall, it will not stop you. But water always goes where it wants to go, and nothing in the end can stand against it." ...

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