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The Paradise Valley home of an apartment developer has plenty of space and amenities, and it topped the list of home sales the Phoenix Business Journal reported in January.

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The Granite Building might be the most majestic structure in Larimer Square.

Built at the southeast corner of 15th and Larimer streets in 1882, the striking red and beige stone building is a four-story welcome mat for the city’s first and most celebrated historic district. It sits on the same plot where Denver founder Gen. William Larimer built his log cabin home in 1858. In 1882, it was home to a dry goods store. Today, its tenants include the Comedy Works comedy club, and, allegedly, a ghost.

At a distance, the Granite Building looks good for its age, crowned with an ornate cornice, its slender windows wreathed in stonework. Upon closer inspection though, pieces of the building are beginning to crumble under the weight of its 136 years. It’s hardly the only building on Larimer Square beginning to show its age.

Because of that wear, and how Larimer Square’s private owner is seeking to fix it, the block faces an uncertain future in 2019 despite a pair of historic preservation ordina..

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The Dallas Business Journal is pleased to reveal the finalists for the Best Real Estate Deals of 2018, in addition to the program's Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

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A five-acre estate in Walworth County with an indoor gymnasium large enough to host multiple sporting activities recently hit the market at $1.65 million.

The home, at 2986 Theatre Road in Delavan, is roughly 7,000 square feet and features seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, an exercise room, sun room, office, game room and a spacious mudroom with multiple lockers.

Lake Geneva-based Lowell Custom Homes built the Prairie/Craftsman-style home in 2017. The lower level includes a wet bar,…

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Business leader Mike Carpenter’s 3.44-acre private estate in the Woodlands area of Redmond has come on the market for $3.8 million.

Carpenter owns Redmond-based MGC Technical Consulting Inc., a telecom engineering company that provides services for fiber optic providers worldwide.

He bought the house from Trevor Blake, the New York Times bestselling author who wrote “ Three Simple Steps: A Map to Success in Business and Life.”

The 7,640 square-foot manse has five bedrooms, six bathrooms,…

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Metro Denver residents are more inclined to dance the hokey pokey when it comes to homeownership. They put their left foot in and then pull their left foot out, they pack the moving van and head the family out.

Out of the 50 largest metros in the country, metro Denver residents stayed in their homes the fifth shortest amount of time on average, according to a new study from LendingTree, an online mortgage brokerage.

Metro Denver homeowners sit on their abodes an average of 6.63 years, according to the study, which is based on the latest American Community Survey put out by the U.S. Census Bureau. That average includes all the stalwarts who have stayed put 50 or 60 years. So the households that do move around are probably spending less time than that average in one place.

Only owners in Las Vegas at 6.36 years; Phoenix at 6.43 years; Austin, Texas at 6.49 years; and Orlando at 6.59 years put down shallower roots after purchasing a home.

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The company's newest EVO Entertainment complex was first announced in May as the anchor tenant to the 95-acre mixed-use Wiederstein Ranch development.

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After buying the site last year, a Massachusetts developer wants to build nearly 1 million square feet.

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