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Reporter's notebook: This is what the Golden Age of growth in Seattle looks like
Business Journal real estate reporter Marc Stiles writes the tech-fueled bonanza won’t last forever, and it’s vital the market doesn’t get too complacent.


No final word yet on rezoning for 4700 East Riverside project
The final vote on the massive 4700 East Riverside project has been delayed until next month.

Austin City Council on Sept. 19 approved the postponement of several votes that would allow for the transformation of 97 acres near East Riverside Drive and South Pleasant Valley Road into a bustling hub of shops, offices and residences.

Presidium Group LLC and Nimes Capital LLC want to build 4,709 multifamily units, 600 hotel rooms, 4 million square feet of office space, 435,000 square feet of ground-floor…


Hackers hit Travis Central Appraisal District website
The Travis Central Appraisal District has been malfunctioning for about a week after it was hit by a cyberattack on Sept. 11.

The agency on Sept. 19 confirmed the attack. Chief Appraiser Marya Crigler said in a statement its computer systems were attacked at 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 11. The attack affected “website property search, phone, email, and Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal systems,” Crigler said.

The district is responsible for providing appraisals of properties throughout Travis County,…


Cover Story: Is Columbus ready for the next recession?
There are signs of another recession on the horizon, leaving many to wonder what an economic downturn will do to Columbus, which already faces pressing concerns over poverty, affordable housing and other issues.


Former Lennar leader joins rival homebuilder
He has more than 30 years of experience in homebuilding.


Triangle surges toward best in nation for 2020 real estate prospects
The Triangle has surged ahead once again in a new study by the Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers.


Columbus is a Midwestern bright spot and a 'market to watch,' investors say
Central Ohio's growth is attracting more attention from the national real estate world.

The city has been named a market to watch in 2020 by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute. Those organizations' annual "Emerging Trends in Real Estate" report – based on a survey of 1,5000 real estate investors nationally – ranks the metro 27th of 80 around the country for its real estate potential.

"I always looked at Columbus as being very similar to Austin, Texas, as a state capital and…


Brokerage founded by 'Shark Tank' star opens first office in Miami-Dade
The company already has offices in Palm Beach County, where it has sold many high-end mansions.

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