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Major lakeshore developments, property deals top the most-read real estate stories of 2021

West Michigan’s lakeshore is in the midst of several major redevelopment projects that include grandiose plans for lakefront reconfigurations spanning Manistee to Grand Haven. The projects in Manistee, Muskegon and Grand Haven all rank among MiBiz’s 10 most-read real estate stories from 2021 based on web traffic. Meanwhile, a Spectrum Health deal to purchase a …

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55-story Chicago tower valued at over $1 billion after Oak Hill Advisors purchase

Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. A venture led by Oak Hill Advisors has agreed to buy a controlling interest in a new 55-story office tower in Chicago in the latest sign that investors are paying up for modern, amenity-rich office buildings despite uncertainty over the return-to-office.  Oak Hill has agreed to buy 110 North Wacker …

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That Sudbury Sports Guy: The Ottawa Gee-Gees Hockey House, merging the worlds of Mike Corneau

Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports Local Sports Hockey Author of the article: Randy Pascal For The Sudbury Star Publishing date: Dec 27, 2021  •  33 minutes ago  •  4 minute read  •  Join the conversation Mike Corneau Photo by Supplied Article content Like most young, talented Canadian hockey players, Mike Corneau did not make a living playing …

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Central Luzon bounces back | The Manila Times

The year 2021 saw Central Luzon (Region 3) on the recovery path amid the continuing threat of the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the continuous challenges brought by the health crisis, the regional economy is starting to bounce back following the easing of movement of people, goods, and services. The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) noted …

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Building sector is unregulated in standards, technologies, says Izam | The Guardian Nigeria News

Prof. Yohana Izam is the Vice Chancellor, Plateau State University and new President, Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB). He spoke to VICTOR GBONEGUN on how to prevent building collapse, ensure self-sufficiency in construction workforce and enhance performance of the construction sector. Collapse of structures has become a recurring incident in major cities of Nigeria. What’s …

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See how the Lake Houston-area real estate market fared in October 2021

By Hannah Zedaker Editor, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood Hannah joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor of the Spring/Klein edition and later became the editor of both the Spring/Klein and …

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Architectural urbanicide | Nikos A. Salingaros

Biological life transforms energy from the sun into complexes of organic materials that either metabolize while remaining relatively fixed, or move about and eat each other. Human energy creates the analogous case of artifacts and buildings, which give us a healing effect akin to the feedback experienced from our interaction with biological organisms. This positive …

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The Editorial Board: With or without changes to Route 198, Scajaquada Creek must be rehabilitated | Editorial

The council, acronym GBNRTC, released an in-depth study of traffic and mobility in the corridor area, which it calls Region Central. The “Mobility Experiential Guide,” released in October, relied on varied sources of information, including smartphone location data. Among the report’s findings was that vehicle volume in the area, on the expressway and other main …

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School enrollment projected to drop over next five years

By Mike Berger In a reversal from previous projections made just a few years ago, Canton school administrators are now anticipating a slight decline in total school enrollment over the next five years with a projected net loss of 69 students across grades K-12. In a presentation given at last Thursday’s School Committee meeting, Stephen …

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