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Young Developer Michael Emem Aims to Revitalize Neighborhoods

For as long as he can remember, Michael Emem knew he wanted to design and construct houses and buildings. As a kid, he liked working with wood, tools and materials. He spent countless hours stacking plastic cassette tape cases to build office towers as high as the ceiling in his home. By middle school, his …

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NYCHA Announces Minority-Led Firms For Harlem Redevelopment – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Harlem housing project has a new look on the horizon. The New York City Housing Authority just announced the developers for a $260 million investment into the Frederick Samuel Apartments, and the partnership is marking a turning point for how projects are prioritized. READ MORE: 7-Year-Old Jefferson Pesantez Joins NYPD’s …

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New partnership could give Duluth Armory major makeover

DULUTH, MN. (KBJR6) – On Monday, the Duluth Armory Arts and Music Center announced a partnership with Sherman Associates to rehabilitate the historic Duluth Armory building. The new partnership will develop the building into a new community-centered space. Sherman Associates, a real estate development firm will help make the nearly $25 million project possible. Current …

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Sports City Scheme In Noida Led To Losses Worth Rs 9,000 Crore: CAG

Urban planning officials of Noida, a booming industrial township in Uttar Pradesh, granted undue benefits of more than ₹ 9,000 crore to the allottees of Sports City plots, to the corresponding detriment of New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (NOIDA). For the failures in meeting the stated objectives of creating a Sports City and the huge …

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After 28 years in tacos, Hayward restaurateur takes fine dining leap

Inside Casa Del Toro, the new upscale Latin American restaurant in Hayward, the shelves are lined with top-notch tequilas, by far the largest selection in town. A classically-trained Oaxacan chef makes ceviche and paella with halibut. And discerning diners dig into $56 dry-aged ribeyes. It’s not what you’d expect from a restaurateur who “made an …

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Conesville stacks razed for industrial park

COSHOCTON —  Three towering concrete stacks that were the most visual reminders of Conesville’s defunct coal-fired power plant came down Sunday morning, the next step in creating prime space for the development of a new industrial park. The 805-foot structures loomed over the Conesville Power Plant, a 2,085-megawatt power generation facility, which closed in May of …

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Newsmakers: Week of Dec. 20, 2021

Beck Redden in Houston announced that partner Tom Ganucheau has been awarded the 2021 Founders’ Award from the Texas Association of Defense Counsel (TADC). The Founders’ Award seeks to recognize an individual whose service to and for the association has earned favorable attention for the organization and effected positive changes for the association. The award …

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Urban Academy purchases school building – WPXI

PITTSBURGH — One of Pittsburgh’s oldest charter schools, the Urban Academy of Greater Pittsburgh, announced on Friday that it has closed on a $12.5 million municipal bond that will allow it to purchase the school building it operates from E Properties and Development. The school, which was founded by the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh …

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