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Coronavirus chaos — wrecked economy, less office space demand, scarce financing — challenges Chicago’s megadevelopments 16.5.2020 Chicago Tribune: Business
Chicago’s decade-plus construction cycle has altered the skyline and emboldened developers to draw up some of the costliest real estate plans ever seen in the city. Now the coronavirus pandemic leaves in doubt whether those megaprojects can continue an already lengthy construction boom or if they’ll be pushed into the next construction cycle — or never happen at all.
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Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza to be sold to CIM Group 29.4.2020 LA Times: Business

The sprawling shopping center has lost its anchor tenants, Walmart and Sears. A remake will add offices but not the housing that had previously been approved.

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Mpls. officials clarify position on city ownership of Upper Harbor Terminal land 13.3.2020 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
The City Council will decide as early as June whether to approve a plan to redevelop the 48-acre former barge terminal into a mixed-use destination.
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Colorado’s housing crunch reaches beyond Front Range, as mountain and plains communities struggle to provide affordable options 16.2.2020 Denver Post: Local
The chronic housing shortages that have put intense pressure on metro Denver residents and clamped down on workers in the state's resort towns in recent years are being felt in distinct and stubborn ways in small Colorado towns from Buena Vista to Limon.
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Fight over Westminster farmland gets real with first hearing 14.1.2020 Denver Post: Local
A mounting fight over what happens to a large parcel of undisturbed farmland in the middle of Westminster is set to break into the open Tuesday, when city officials hold the first public hearing on the proposed 2,350-home Uplands development.
Denver airport warns of development “creep” as Aurora gives blessing to new houses nearby 12.1.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Aurora last week gave a green light to the construction of potentially hundreds of houses less than half a mile from Denver International Airport's next planned runway.
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Los Angeles Times printing plant sold to New York real estate developer 12.12.2019 LA Times: Business

Atlas Capital Group paid about $240 million for the 26-acre site on Olympic Boulevard alongside the Santa Monica freeway.

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A new food hall (yes, another one) is opening this spring near Denver University 9.10.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Junction will bring 10 restaurant stalls, a coffee shop and a bar to Colorado Center this spring.
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Denver opens the door for tiny homes. Will mobile homes be next? 8.10.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The Denver City Council voted on Monday to make it easier to build tiny-home communities in most of Denver.
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Superior trustees to discuss project that would bring 300 homes to downtown 9.9.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The Superior Board of Trustees will discuss and vote Monday on a project that would add 300 homes to a site southeast of Central Park Way in Downtown Superior, along with open space and parks.
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Taix restaurant, an L.A. institution, is sold to a luxury apartment builder 23.8.2019 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

But don't cry into your French onion soup: The country French eatery vows to stay open as part of the new complex.

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Superior Planning Commission to discuss downtown project 20.8.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
The Superior Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday night to discuss a potential project in Downtown Superior.
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Cesar Pelli, architect of Wells Fargo Center and Minneapolis library, dies at 92 20.7.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Famed Argentine-American architect Cesar Pelli, known for designing some of the world's tallest and most iconic buildings — including several works in Minnesota — has died. He was 92.
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Broncos Stadium development — sprouting from its parking lots — could stretch all the way to Federal Boulevard 18.6.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The Denver City Council on Monday approved the broad strokes of the new neighborhood that could rise from some of the parking lots around Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
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Pizzeria Locale, Postino among 10 restaurants announced at upcoming 9th & Colorado 11.6.2019 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Pizzeria Locale, Gelato Boy, Postino Wine Cafe, a yet-to-be-named coffee shop and Clean Juice are all slated to open by the end of 2019.
Four Hours: Shop, dine, chill, repeat at the Row DTLA 7.6.2019 LA Times: Commentary

Part of the appeal of the Row DTLA is that it’s different every time you drop by.

A year ago, the sprawling mixed-use development at 777 S. Alameda St. in the heart of historic downtown felt like a ghost town. Today, thanks in part to the recent opening of Tartine Manufactory, it has become a lively...

Jordan Downs housing project’s little-told history is embraced as immersive theater 23.5.2019 LA Times: Commentary

Standing in the courtyard of the Jordan Downs recreation center, cast member Marcenus M.C. Earl opened Cornerstone Theater Company’s latest production by cutting right to the heart of the predicament facing the 2,600 residents of the historic housing project: Their 700-unit development in Watts...

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Denver’s Elyria-Swansea getting 700-home development, but some residents want to keep it industrial 7.5.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
On Monday night, Denver City Council considered a rezoning that would allow one of the neighborhood's first major developments.
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Denver has a plan for 2040, but what happens today? 29.4.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
The Denver City Council on Monday approved the Denveright Blueprint plan that will guide the city through a new urban era through the year 2040. Now what?
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Loveland City Council gives go-ahead on new DDA development 24.4.2019 Denver Post: Local
The Loveland City Council gave the Downtown Development Authority the informal go-ahead Tuesday night to commence with negotiating an agreement with developers looking to build a three-story mixed-use building at the corner of Fourth Street and Garfield Avenue.
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