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A home offering pristine views and access to Lake Minnetonka is on the market for $1.99 million.

Built in 1920 — and rebuilt and expanded in 2007 — the home includes a three-car garage, four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a master suite with a balcony overlooking the lake. The property has 90 feet of lakeshore and an additional private entertaining space near the water's edge.

The 3,828-square-foot home sits on .22 acres and is located at 3126 Northview Road. Other amenities include a walk-in…

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A small home in Sunnyvale has sold for the highest per-square-foot price that the MLS has ever recorded in its 18 years of data in the city — and the buyer put down all cash.

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A well-known waterfront Mercer Island home built by Gerald “Jerry” Peabody and Penelope “Penny” Peabody was listed at $9.5 million when it came on the market Feb. 19. Four days later it got an offer from a techie.

Gerald Peabody’s daughters Victoria Hansen and Mary Jane Blanton are selling the estate that holds lots of fond memories for this family.

Both Jerry and Penny passed away within 10 months of each other. He died in 2016, and she died in 2017.

These highly respected business and…

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Denver’s high cost of housing and lack of affordable alternatives appears to be city residents’ biggest concern, and a majority are likely to support some increase in property or sales taxes to fix the problem.

That’s the indication of a public opinion poll conducted last month on behalf of All In Denver, a non-profit public advocacy organization that focuses on urban sustainability issues.

For the poll, 404 likely voters in Denver were asked a series of questions aimed at the respondents’…

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Silicon Valley grows despite setbacks, with productivity, pay and job growth prevailing over rising costs and traffic woes.

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A $1 billion pediatric hospital set in a healing campus, a towering new IT center in Midtown, and the revitalization of historic neighborhoods near one of Atlanta's newest attractions were among the deals honored at the 19th annual Atlanta Business Chronicle's Best in Atlanta Real Estate Awards.

About 350 real estate professionals turned out for the event Thursday March 1 at The Fairmont in Atlanta's Upper Westside. The awards honored the most significant deals of the calendar year 2017. Click…

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SWBC Real Estate LLC has purchased 21.3 acres in Rockwall, just outside of Dallas, for the development of The Remington at Rockwall Downes, a new 295-unit Class A multifamily property.

The Remington will be situated within Rockwall’s Technology Business Park, located about a quarter of a mile south of Interstate 30 at John King Boulevard. The entire site consists of 42.6 acres and is planned as a two-phase project, with about 590 new multifamily units total. Each phase will consist of 295 rental…

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Zeppelin Development, a force in Denver’s mixed-use development scene, will soon open its latest office space, attracting tech and creative types to the four-story building in River North through their taste buds.

A food hall and public marketplace will be on the ground floor of Zeppelin Station, a 100,000-square-foot project set to open March 12. The upper floors will host 12 to 15 businesses.

“There’s a lot of momentum for RiNo right now,” said Kyle Zeppelin, co-owner of Zeppelin Development, during a tour of the building. “It’s in the headlines.”

AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver PostKyle Zeppelin speaks before a walkthrough of Zeppelin Station on Thursday, March 1, 2018.Located on Wazee and 35th streets, the building sits along train tracks and next to a pedestrian bridge connecting it to the 38th/Blake Street commuter-rail station. The building was designed to block out the train noises for workers indoors.

The food hall is an amenity for businesses looking to move in, Zeppelin said..

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Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) said Thursday that its 2017 cybersecurity breach affected an additional 2.4 million U.S. consumers that had not been previously identified.

Equifax said the company has confirmed the identities of U.S. consumers whose partial driver's license information was taken.

“Through these additional efforts, Equifax was able to identify approximately 2.4 million U.S. consumers whose names and partial driver's license information were stolen, but who were not in the previously…

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The Weinstein Co.’s woes are growing more costly.

American Express has filed a lawsuit against the film production company, alleging it is owed more than a million dollars.

The Weinstein Co. has not paid the $1.4 million balance on its account, per the lawsuit filed in New York and obtained by Variety. New York-based American Express (NYSE: AXP) suspended the troubled company’s privileges and, in addition to the unpaid balance, is seeking court costs and an award for unjust enrichment.


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