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9/14/2019 8:43:38 AM

The luxury home at 4321 Willow Creek Circle in Bellbrook has 10,000 square feet of living space. There are five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The home was built in 2001 — in the Willow Creek Farm subdivision — by Beavercreek custom home builder G.A. White Homes. Note: Click through the gallery above for photos of the estate The five-acre estate includes formal living and dining rooms, as well as many relaxed, lounge areas on the main and lower levels. There are two fireplaces, a private study,…

9/13/2019 3:15:00 PM

A storied address — 96 Cascade Key — in Bellevue’s Newport Shores is on the market for $7 million. The estate is owned by the family of Pacific Northwest business leader, the late David Jacob “Dave” Heerensperger, known widely for his piston-powered ’73 Pay ‘n Pak hydroplane. Heerensperger, who died last year at 82, was one of the founders of Emerald Downs race track in Auburn. He started Eagle Electric Plumbing & Supply in Spokane in 1960, which he merged into Pay 'n Pak stores,…

9/13/2019 2:52:49 PM

A Telegraph Hill luxury home with San Francisco television pedigree has just come to market. Located at the base of Coit Tower and boasting views of the Golden Gate Bridge from every level, the 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence is now being listed for $4.25 million. Far from a mansion in its early days, the home was originally one of the city’s earthquake shacks built after 1906. In 1975, it was also featured in an episode of the hit TV show "The Streets of San Francisco" with Michael Douglas. In…

9/13/2019 2:52:13 PM

The CEO of one of the biggest construction companies in Silicon Valley has seen his company's labor and material costs increase by almost 20 percent since last November, mainly driven by a labor shortage.

9/13/2019 2:03:56 PM

Midtown Sacramento apartment and retail development 16 Powerhouse could be getting a little more housing power.