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A partnership that includes one of the region's largest commercial builders will convert buildings along the Rensselaer riverfront into market-rate apartments and commercial space that could include a restaurant and boat services.

Controversial Concord developer Albert Seeno III asked the City Council to either approve his team's plan or to “set us free”— and the council opted for the latter.

The New York developer came to town on Saturday and hinted that availability — both for residences and office space — is quickly running out.

It was a busy week in real estate news. Here's a roundup of last week's biggest headlines.

Three projects on one property were added to this month’s update of Project Watch. Get the details on those and hundreds of local developments with this interactive map.

Barry Bevers is the third general manager in the Hawaii Island private residential club's history.

The founders of Gilbert-based scorpion fighters Slick Barrier said they will be able to take their startup to the next level after scoring a big funding deal on 'Shark Tank.'

Tiny Sedalia is poised to get bigger. The Douglas County town of 200 will expand and stretch towards Castle Rock as two nearby ranch properties redevelop into luxury housing.

“We’re seeing a blending of the historical old west Colorado with new, modern living,” says Inger Hiller, a real estate agent with 8z.

“That particular area offers beautiful western views. It has that quintessential Colorado feel.”

Hiller says the Sedalia area appeals to people who want larger homes with more space, especially families with middle- and high-school-age children. It’s also attractive to people who work from home or retirees.

“It can appeal to anyone,” she says. “There’s easy access to U.S. 85 to get into Littleton and Denver. There’s also the appeal of having more space near Castle Rock, which is growing rapidly and adding new amenities.”

The Keep
The Keep is a new gated luxury home community of 64 environmentally-friendly plots. The development sits on 1,100 acres of rolling plains and wildflo..

More than 40,000 people attended the stadium's grand-opening celebration in August 1940.