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    Second apartment project in Hughes Landing to break ground in July
    A construction permit for the project indicated the apartments will cost $80 million.

    Hayward log home with 1,000+ feet of shoreline on the market for $1.9 million: Open House
    If you're looking for a getaway, a 13-acre wooded property with a log home and 1,125 feet of shoreline could fit the bill. The property, at 10341N Sandy Beach Road in Hayward, is situated at Round Lake. It has a 1,746-square-foot main home with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It also features a stone fireplace and plenty of woodwork. And it comes with a gazebo and swimmable shoreline with a sandy beach.  The house was built in 1988. Taxes were $20,754 in 2017.  Courtney Johnson of Edina?

    At $1.4M, this new South Baltimore townhome would set a record
    A newly constructed townhome in South Baltimore is on the market for $1.4 million, and if sold, would be a record for houses in the Federal Hill and Riverside neighborhoods. The 4,100-square-foot home at 1417 Webster St. is located less than 1,000 feet from the water's edge. It is surrounded by walkable amenities and historic rowhomes, most of which are less than half its size. Realtor on the property, Eric Figurelle, said it is currently the highest-priced home on the market in the neighborhood,?

    Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Vintage Seward Park waterfront estate listed for $8.5 million (Photos)
    This is a love story and a labor of love story. It?s all about WillowDon, a grand estate built at Seward Park on the shores of Lake Washington in 1927. With its 174 feet of waterfront, this is one of the few grand stately mansions standing today, completely restored to its original elegance, but technologically cutting edge in all its systems and operations. Realogics Sotheby?s International Realty Brokers Mary Norris and Paige Norris have the $8.5 million listing. ?I saw this home?

    Opendoor finds welcome mat for regional office in Atlanta, dubs it ?Silicon Valley of the South?
    Opendoor's gushing over Atlanta's tech community has one Atlanta booster saying that many Bay Area funds tell him they will not invest in California, New York or Massachusetts. The reasons: Deals in those markets are too pricey, tech talent is too expensive and it's hard to get in on the best deals.

    Kolokotronis proposes 737 apartments on former Sacramento Inn site (Renderings)
    In developer Sotiris Kolokotronis? boldest project yet in this cycle, he?s filed an application to build 737 apartments over 25 acres directly east of Arden Fair mall in Sacramento.

    Tour the amenities at The McCarthy, the apartment building atop Hotel ZaZa Memorial City
    Residents get preferred rates at Hotel ZaZa's restaurant and spa and access to apartment amenities, for $75 a month.

    Help us find the Rising Stars of Real Estate and Construction
    Gone are the days of a ghost town city. In the past decade, Birmingham has transformed into a bustling hub of energy and revitalization that is attracting the notice of the Southeast. Behind much of the excitement is a tremendous stock of local real estate and construction talent. That's why we are seeking nominations for the Rising Stars of Real Estate and Construction. We want to honor the next generation of leaders in residential and commercial real estate, construction, design and development?

    8-acre Ladue estate put on the sale block for $7.4 million
    "The Woodlands," an 8-acre estate at 9625 Ladue Road is on the sale block. The home, built in 1925, features five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, three half bathrooms, a master bedroom suite, in-law quarters, maids quarters, a greenhouse, tennis court, pool and pool house. Other features include dome, beamed and custom Italian ceilings, wood-paneled library, and marble, limestone and wood floors. If that isn't enough, the tricked-out kitchen features two islands. The finished lower level has a?

    One of Cincinnati?s largest homebuilders launching Liberty Township community
    One of the largest homebuilders in Greater Cincinnati is looking to start construction this year on a new residential subdivision. M/I Homes of Cincinnati LLC is planning to build a single-family home subdivision in Liberty Township. The new development, which will be called Arbor Park, will have 44 homesites. Greg Williams, president of M/I Homes of Cincinnati, said the homebuilder has a nearly 17.8-acre parcel along the east side of Yankee Road that it plans to purchase in the next two to three?