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Hilton closing quarter of rooms in Hawaii tower for first phase of time-share conversion

The Hilton Waikoloa Village is the largest hotel on the Big Island, with 1,243 rooms.

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Fair-Haired Dumbbell comes to artistic life at the Burnside Bridgehead (Photos)

It's hard to miss the new swirl of color that's splashing up at the east end of the Burnside Bridge. A few weeks ago, the exterior painting of the Fair-Haired Dumbbell creative office building began in earnest at the Burnside Bridgehead, and as of last week, the first face of the building was nearly complete. The Dumbbell, a project from local developer Kevin Cavenaugh of Guerrilla Development, sits on a trim lot at 11 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd amidst all the bustle of construction that's transforming…

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Ibotta doubling office space in 1801 California

Ibotta Inc., a Denver-based tech company, will double its space in 1801 California St. in order to add nearly 100 staff members before the end of the year. Ibotta provides an app that facilitates cash back on purchases. It was founded in 2011 by CEO Bryan Leach and relocated its headquarters to the fourth floor of 1801 California in downtown Denver last year. The company leases 38,000 square feet in Denver's second-tallest tower, and will increase that to 76,000 square feet with a lease that was…

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Sprouts will anchor Stapleton's new TOD

The first lease has been signed at Stapleton's transit-oriented development and it will bring a new grocery option to the neighborhood. Sprouts Farmers Market has leased 30,000 square feet for a store in the 3500 block of Central Park Boulevard as part of a swath of mixed-use development announced earlier this month. That development is the first phase in what Stapleton's master developer, Forest City Stapleton, expects to eventually be a 4 million-square-foot TOD. Specifically, Sprouts will be…

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Inside Pr. George's first marijuana plant set to open this summer

We finally know when the first medical marijuana will become available in suburban Maryland.

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Outgoing Prosper Portland commissioners on the agency's recent past and future

Tom Kelly and Mark Edlen wrap up their terms on Prosper Portland board as the agency evolves

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Envisioning a Portland that grows 'UP not OUT'

Just-released 2035 Comprehensive Plan aims to address explosive population growth

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Coastal Construction will expand into Central and North Florida with Orlando office

Miami-based Coastal Construction Group, one of the Southeast’s leading privately held construction companies, will open a Central Florida office in Orlando led by Sean DeMartino as president of the company's new Central and North Florida division. DeMartino has worked for more than 30 years in construction, and most recently served as division president for Balfour Beatty Florida, according to a news release. He has headed commercial projects in sectors including hospitality, entertainment, corporate…

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Physicians Realty Trust in Milwaukee announces $800M in pending deals

​Milwaukee real estate investor Physicians Realty Trust announced its latest round of medical building acquisitions, which includes an Appleton medical office building among the 25 properties.

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The Corners considers adding a movie theater

Developers behind The Corners of Brookfield are exploring the possibility of bringing a nine-screen movie theater to the recently opened lifestyle center located off Interstate 94. Earlier this week, a representative from The Corners sought a recommendation from the town of Brookfield's plan commission for a conceptual plan that includes the creation of a movie theater at the 750,000-square-foot mixed-use retail complex. The commission decided to table the decision on Monday night, said Brookfield…

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