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The city of St. Paul and Ryan Cos. US Inc. have reached an agreement on a $1.4 billion redevelopment of the 122-acre former Ford Motor site in the Highland Park neighborhood.

That agreement includes a subsidies package that starts at $60 million for infrastructure and could include as much as $142 million more for affordable housing both at the Ford site and across the city (city officials have not specified how exactly the affordable housing dollars would be allocated).

Though city leaders…

“Memphis has always been on our radar,” the company's development manager said. “We’re very excited to finally have a presence.”

The developers of Strata, a 25-story office tower proposed for 13th and Main streets in Kansas City, put together a reworked incentives request after facing resistance from the newly elected City Council and Mayor Quinton Lucas.

Weingarten Realty Investors (NYSE: WRI) recently acquired two properties, one in San Jose, California, and another in Houston, and sold two others amid efforts to improve its portfolio before the end of the year.

Since the end of the third quarter, Weingarten bought both shopping centers for a total of $127 million, per a press release. The Houston property, Shops at Hilshire Village, is a Kroger-anchored shopping center at the northwest corner of Wirt Road and Westview Drive in the Memorial Villages…

Formerly known as Eightfold, the rebranded Austin Viie campus — which once vied for Amazon HQ2 — is being marketed to big technology companies. The intriguing design and the scope of the developer's plans stand out in a city already brimming with ambitious real estate projects.

The grant helps add legitimacy to the big-ticket projects underway in the county, the developer of the Inland Port of Arizona said. Two vehicle makers are already planning to build major production facilities in that area.

The Dayton Business Journal has begun releasing its list of Who’s Who in Real Estate for 2019.

This special report, compiled by the DBJ editorial board, includes more than 100 honorees from seven industries that play a role in the important real estate sector in the Dayton region:


Note: Click on the above slideshow to see part 4 of this year's list.

The full list will be in the Nov. 15 weekly print edition of the DBJ.


Epcon Communities is preparing for another of its dense developments targeted to adults over 55.