Another new house has changed hands for big bucks on the North End of Palm Beach, this one a lakefront property that just sold for $30.72 million at 1404 N. Lake Way. It’s the third never-lived-in waterfront home to sell since the end of August for more than $29 million. The price was reported Monday in the Palm Beach Board of Realtors Multiple Listing
COLORADO SPRINGS — It’s one of the most difficult crimes to solve right now in the Pikes Peak Region. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in construction materials are being stolen as home builders work to assemble houses in new neighborhoods. Investigators are asking for help to find the suspects. This year thousands of new homes
The Deep Run Business Centre, a 88,118-square-foot two-building property at 3955-3991 Deep Rock Road off West Broad Street in Henrico County, was sold to Feldman Bergin Properties for $12.35 million. Colliers Colliers International reports the following sale: Feldman Bergin Properties acquired the Deep Run Business Centre, a 88,118-square-foot two-building property at 3955-3991 Deep Rock Road,
On California’s Newport Coast, on a hillside dotted with upscale Mediterranean-style mansions, sits a veritable monument to opulence: a medley of onyx, gold and colored glass that wouldn’t look out of place in a palace in Dubai or Saudi Arabia. Designed by a furniture executive known as the “King of Bling,” the home, named Palais
Cottonwood helped arrange a construction loan for Thea at Metropolis. Photo by Hand-out Downtown-based private equity real estate investment firm Cottonwood Management has launched a $750 real estate investment vehicle.Longtime Cottonwood investors have already committed $200 million to launch the fund, named the Cottonwood Founders Portfolio Fund.The vehicle will allow Cottonwood to move quickly on
Several new home-building projects and commercial remodeling work in April resulted in the most robust month for issuance of city and county building permits this year. Nearly $3.1 million of construction value was authorized last month, including about $1.5 million issued by both the city and county codes offices. That was up from a total
Austin-based Real estate startup Homeward has landed $371 million in funding to grow its business, meet demand and expand into new markets. Homeward said it has received $136 million in equity funding, led by Norwest Venture Partners and with participation from Blackstone, Austin’s Breyer Capital, along with existing investors Adams Street, Javelin and LiveOak Venture Partners.