- Developer has high hopes for Charlotte building restoration Updated: Feb-12-16 5:21 pm
CHARLOTTE, Michigan - A developer hopes his plans to restore a pair of nearly 150-year-old buildings will help transform a north-side neighborhood in Charlotte.
- Feds: Luxury apartments weren't built for disabled people Updated: Feb-12-16 5:09 pm
NEW YORK - The first Manhattan high-rise residential rental building constructed after the Sept. 11 attacks is promoted online as offering "well-thought out" luxury one-, two- and three-bedroom units to accommodate a comfortable and sophisticated lifestyle. But federal prosecutors said Friday the real estate development company that created it left out some important details that would exclude some disabled tenants.
- Hogan submits funding for plan to fight Baltimore blight Updated: Feb-11-16 4:43 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan budgeted $18 million on Thursday to support a plan to address urban blight in Baltimore by demolishing thousands of vacant buildings over four years.
- Kenai Peninsula remains top location for affordable housing Updated: Feb-11-16 7:25 am
KENAI, Alaska - While the price for homes is cheaper in Fairbanks, purchasing a home in the Kenai Peninsula Borough may be the most affordable option statewide.
- Nuns who help homeless face eviction in costly San Francisco Updated: Feb-10-16 1:11 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - Sister Mary Benedicte wants to focus on feeding the hungry lined up outside a soup kitchen in a gritty part of San Francisco.
- House panel OKs bill restoring children's health insurance Updated: Feb-09-16 7:50 pm
PHOENIX - A bill to provide health insurance for thousands of Arizona children cleared a hurdle Tuesday as lawmakers unanimously passed a measure to lift the temporary freeze on a program restoring coverage to low-income kids.
- Welcome to the 'agrihood': homes built around working farms Updated: Feb-09-16 10:53 am
Gated communities with houses clustered around golf courses, swimming pools, party rooms and fitness centers are common in many suburban areas. But homes built adjacent to functioning farms?
- UP student apartment building sold to Colorado investors Updated: Feb-08-16 12:45 pm
EUGENE, Oregon - Two student apartment complexes near the University of Oregon have been sold to a Colorado investment group for $30.6 million.
- Village store, summer home added to historic places list Updated: Feb-08-16 10:09 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Village buildings, a store, and a summer home are among the properties being added to the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places.
- 11 new buildings planned for downtown Portland Updated: Feb-08-16 12:19 am
PORTLAND, Oregon - Portland real estate owners have revealed a plan to bring $1.5 billion in investment to transform one of the city's oldest neighborhoods.
- Nonprofit teaches construction trades to at-risk youths Updated: Feb-07-16 6:09 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - In his No. 1 dream, Quinton Mayle makes it big with his music. "I want to be at the Grand Ole Opry," the Franklinton teen said, grinning shyly.
- Connecticut Housing Finance Authority planning bond sales Updated: Feb-07-16 11:30 am
ROCKY HILL, Connecticut - The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority is planning two bond sales to raise funds to finance about 750 single-family mortgages.
- Hawaii lawmakers take step to legalize industrial hemp Updated: Feb-05-16 10:31 pm
HONOLULU - Hawaii residents say legalizing industrial hemp could spur business ventures ranging from home construction to selling hemp seed candy bars at Hawaii airports.
- Townhome where mass killers lived to be sold Updated: Feb-05-16 3:41 pm
REDLANDS, California - Doyle Miller says he's ready to sell the townhome he rented to the couple who committed the Southern California terrorist massacre.
- Troopers seize illegal drugs, stolen guns at home in Tok Updated: Feb-04-16 5:51 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - An estimated $35,000 in illegal drugs and at least 15 stolen guns have been seized by Alaska State Troopers serving a search warrant in Tok (tohk).
- Businessman pleads guilty to embezzling $1M from restaurants Updated: Feb-04-16 4:47 pm
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - A Florida businessman has pleaded guilty to charges he embezzled nearly $1 million from the bankruptcy estate for a company that operated more than two dozen Popeyes fast-food restaurants in Louisiana, Alabama and Florida.
- Judge rejects plea agreement for accused deer poacher Updated: Feb-04-16 12:27 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - A Circuit Court judge has rejected a plea agreement for a man accused of killing a trophy deer in a Jackson Hole residential neighborhood.
- Delaware's largest homeless veterans facility planned Updated: Feb-04-16 11:40 am
WILMINGTON, Delaware - A nonprofit group is targeting a long-vacant nursing home in Wilmington to be the state's largest facility dedicated to housing homeless veterans.
- Short-term home rentals not allowed in Savage Updated: Feb-04-16 8:31 am
SAVAGE, Minnesota - One community in the Twin Cities metro has taken a strong stand against online home rentals, and it's not sitting well with all its residents.
- Fire destroys large warehouse building in Highland Park Updated: Feb-03-16 8:04 pm
HIGHLAND PARK, Michigan - A fire destroyed a large warehouse building in the Detroit enclave of Highland Park, sending clouds of smoke into the air that forced some living nearby from their homes.
- The Latest: Suspected tornado damages Army post in Georgia Updated: Feb-03-16 7:20 pm
The Latest on the winter storm system affecting a broad swath of the Midwest and Southern U.S. (all times local):
- Shipping container homes coming to Boise area this spring Updated: Feb-03-16 1:06 pm
BOISE, Idaho - A neighborhood of homes built from old shipping containers is planned for a city near Boise.
- Developer submits plans for residential building in Portland Updated: Feb-03-16 7:02 am
PORTLAND, Maine - A developer has submitted plans for a six-story residential building in Portland.
- Indiana AG sues 3 companies in alleged tax-sale scheme Updated: Feb-02-16 5:28 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana is suing three out-of-state companies for allegedly orchestrating a scheme that bilked dozens of state residents out of millions of dollars after their homes were sold in tax sales.
- FEMA approves more than $6 million for flood assistance Updated: Feb-02-16 3:14 pm
ST. LOUIS - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved more than $6 million in grants to help nearly 1,000 Missourians whose homes were damaged by the winter flood.