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7/16/2019 10:02:07 PM

Atlanta’s central city had the largest share of gentrifying neighborhoods behind only Washington D.C., Portland, and Seattle.

7/16/2019 8:17:43 PM

The building is best-known for its rooftop peach and has long been seen as an eyesore overhanging the interstate and Buford- Spring Connector.

7/16/2019 4:59:01 PM

The Honolulu Museum of Art is planning to put the historic Spalding House estate in Makiki Heights, the former Contemporary Museum and home of the museum’s founder, on the market for sale. The museum is working on winding down operations at the property at 2411 Makiki Heights Drive by the end of the year. “This is a very difficult decision that comes with a lot of mixed emotions,” said Mark Burak, museum trustee and interim museum director, in a statement. “From a fiduciary standpoint,…

7/16/2019 3:29:36 PM

The development, called Pabst Farms Apartments, could add 475 residents to the city and $600,000 in annual tax revenue.

7/16/2019 3:16:41 PM

Inspirato, a luxury destination club that has booking agreements at several luxury resort properties and vacation homes in Hawaii, has launched a subscription pass that allows unlimited stays at properties around the world for a monthly fee. For $2,500 a month — or $30,000 a year — a subscriber can hold one active reservation at a resort or vacation home and pay “no nightly rates, taxes or fees.” Upon checkout, a member can make a reservation at another property for anywhere from two to…