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Scaleworks' founders launch new venture in regenerative agriculture
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Scaleworks' founders launch new venture in regenerative agriculture

San Antonio tech sector veterans Lew Moorman and Ed Byrne, co-founders of Scaleworks Associates, have launched Soilworks Natural Capital, a company...

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Reduced seating, more pick-up space contemplated in renovation of Atlanta Whole Foods
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Reduced seating, more pick-up space contemplated in renovation of Atlanta Whole Foods

An Atlanta Whole Foods Market may be eying a renovation with the current pandemic-blanketed reality in mind. A building permit application filed...

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Prolific investor buys empty Florin building
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Prolific investor buys empty Florin building

Last sold for more than $4 million, a Florin retail building took a significant hit when its tenant closed up shop during a 15-year lease. So it...

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Atlanta Whole Foods eyes renovation to reduce seating, bolster grocery pick-up
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Atlanta Whole Foods eyes renovation to reduce seating, bolster grocery pick-up

An Atlanta Whole Foods Market may be eying a renovation with the current pandemic-blanketed reality in mind. A building permit application filed...

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Small Business, Big Mission: Partners Coffee owner figuring out a path forward amid Covid-19
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Small Business, Big Mission: Partners Coffee owner figuring out a path forward amid Covid-19

Amber Jacobsen didn't necessarily want to reopen her coffee shops amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but in some ways, she believes she has to try it out....

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Harborplace's fate grows more precarious amid pandemic
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Harborplace's fate grows more precarious amid pandemic

With the 40-year anniversary of Harborplace fast approaching, any kind of celebration at the Inner Harbor landmark has been eclipsed by Covid-19....

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Former Peabody Plaza building in downtown St. Louis nets Arcturis, Windows on Washington concept
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Former Peabody Plaza building in downtown St. Louis nets Arcturis, Windows on Washington concept

Architecture firm Arcturis and a new restaurant concept from Windows on Washington have signed on as tenants at the former Peabody Plaza in...

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Baskin Robbins has opened its first completely kosher store in Squirrel Hill
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Baskin Robbins has opened its first completely kosher store in Squirrel Hill

It may look like an ordinary ice cream shop, but this Baskin Robbins is the first of its kind: The company opened its first completely kosher store...

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The Tandem creates its own solutions
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The Tandem creates its own solutions

Caitlin Cullen..."If we're going to go out of business, we're going to go out in style." The Tandem has always been a problematic business venture,...

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Home brewery outlet owners juggle reinventing business with PPP forgiveness
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Home brewery outlet owners juggle reinventing business with PPP forgiveness

This is the third in a series of stories looking at how Philadelphia-area small businesses are dealing with Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness...

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Long before coronavirus, Downtown D.C. set new office, retail vacancy records in 2019
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Long before coronavirus, Downtown D.C. set new office, retail vacancy records in 2019

Downtown D. C. suffered a bit of a setback last year, notching another record-high office vacancy rate and experiencing a decline in both...

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'Come grab the keys': Here's who's feeling the most pain in Tampa Bay's retail real estate in the wake of coronavirus
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'Come grab the keys': Here's who's feeling the most pain in Tampa Bay's retail real estate in the wake of coronavirus

The novel coronavirus pandemic has pummeled restaurateurs and non-essential retailers - and the real estate they occupy in Tampa Bay and throughout...

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Tampa Bay restaurateurs and retailers struggled with PPP loans. But a fix may be on the way.
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Tampa Bay restaurateurs and retailers struggled with PPP loans. But a fix may be on the way.

Tampa Bay restaurateurs who found that the Paycheck Protection Program didn't dovetail with their needs during the novel coronavirus pandemic may...

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Living off goodwill: Sid and Ann Mashburn rely on relationships to survive
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Living off goodwill: Sid and Ann Mashburn rely on relationships to survive

The Mashburns are known for their style. Their clothes are preppy and chic. But, when the pandemic hit, their tailor shop converted to making masks...

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Curry Up Now CEO Akash Kapoor tries to keep Indian restaurant chain's expansion on track
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Curry Up Now CEO Akash Kapoor tries to keep Indian restaurant chain's expansion on track

"Right now the margin of error is very thin," said Curry Up Now CEO Akash Kapoor. "We have to conserve capital. I rarely get nervous, but these...

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Scoop by scoop, The Charmery's owners push forward with expansion plans
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Scoop by scoop, The Charmery's owners push forward with expansion plans

Husband-and-wife team David and Laura Alima have been in expansion mode for The Charmery since 2017, when they announced plans for a production...

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South Carolina developer plans waterfront apartments on Rattlesnake Point near Westshore Marina District
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South Carolina developer plans waterfront apartments on Rattlesnake Point near Westshore Marina District

A South Carolina developer has a mixed-used vision for Rattlesnake Point, with plans to redevelop a portion of the industrial waterfront to make...

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24 Hour Fitness space listed for lease in Carmichael
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24 Hour Fitness space listed for lease in Carmichael

A 24 Hour Fitness space in Carmichael is listed for lease, and a spot that the gym chain occupies in Folsom is also available. The gym space at...

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Schueler Group CEO, wife pledge $ million to Playhouse in the Park
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Schueler Group CEO, wife pledge $ million to Playhouse in the Park

The CEO of one of the largest real estate development companies in Greater Cincinnati and his wife have pledged $3 million to Playhouse in the Park...

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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can brace for the coming Covid-19 fallout
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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can brace for the coming Covid-19 fallout

For the last 18 months, Noah Shaffer has been counseling retail landlords who lease space to Pier 1 Imports to be ready for the company to declare...

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24 Hour Fitness space listed for lease in Folsom
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24 Hour Fitness space listed for lease in Folsom

The owner of a Folsom retail center has put a big space currently occupied by a gym up for lease, citing concerns about the fitness chain's future....

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Reallocating resources: how Champion Brands pivoted during the shutdown
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Reallocating resources: how Champion Brands pivoted during the shutdown

Two months ago, the entire food and beverage service was turned upside down as bars closed and restaurants moved exclusively towards takeout - and...

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San Jose unveils updated scope, vision for plans to revitalize historic St. James Park in downtown
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San Jose unveils updated scope, vision for plans to revitalize historic St. James Park in downtown

Historic St. James Park in downtown San Jose is widely considered one of the city's largest under-utilized public spaces and has become known as a...

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Fulton development authority approves $500K grant to build new waffle plant
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Fulton development authority approves $500K grant to build new waffle plant

The Development Authority of Fulton County has approved a $500,000 state grant to finance the construction for a waffle and pancake food processing...

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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can prep for the Covid-19 fallout
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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can prep for the Covid-19 fallout

The D. C. area began seeing the fallout for Pier 1 during the past year, with several local stores holding clearance sales and a few closings - and...

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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can prep for the coming fallout
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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can prep for the coming fallout

For the last 18 months, Noah Shaffer has been counseling retail landlords who lease space to Pier 1 Imports to be ready for the company to declare...

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Restaurants & Hospitality: Ford Fry reopens two restaurants for dine-in
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Restaurants & Hospitality: Ford Fry reopens two restaurants for dine-in

More Atlanta restaurants are reopening their dining rooms. Restaurateur Ford Fry has resumed dine-in service at two of his local establishments as...

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What's next for Shady Grove property? Probably not a restaurant
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What's next for Shady Grove property? Probably not a restaurant

Shortly after Shady Grove restaurant closed its doors amid the Covid-19 pandemic, developers began clamoring to find the elusive property owners so...

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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can prep for the coming fallout from Covid-19
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From bankruptcies to rent relief, here's how retail landlords can prep for the coming fallout from Covid-19

For the last 18 months, Noah Shaffer has been counseling retail landlords who lease space to Pier 1 Imports to be ready for the company to declare...

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Locally owned game shop will move to prominent Triad corridor
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Locally owned game shop will move to prominent Triad corridor

A Triad retailer is moving to another local location after five years in its current location. Matt's Game Exchange will move into a 2,494-square...

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