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    Dream Homes: Minneapolis condo on the market for $2.2 million
    A condominium unit just across the Mississippi from downtown Minneapolis is on the market for $2.2 million.  Located in the Phoenix on the River building at 222 2nd Street SE, unit No. 901 has views of the Minneapolis skyline, two bedrooms and three bathrooms. It also has a large covered and recessed terrace and a second terrace off the bedroom suites. The 2,740-square-foot condo, designed by architect Thomas Whitcomb, was last sold in February 2009 for $1.6 million, according to Hennepin?


    Developer touts experience, community engagement in first pitch to lead Colony Park project
    Catellus, which turned Austin's old airport into the Mueller neighborhood, is the frontrunner to develop Colony Park, which could have more than 3,000 homes. Now it's asking residents who live nearby for input.


    After decades churning out aluminum and failed HQ2 bid, $250M Central Texas ranch seeks new life
    With its aluminum-smelting plant shut down and a long-shot bid to land Amazon's second headquarters extinguished, Sandow Lakes Ranch could become a green energy hub, a large-scale commercial development or even homes. More than 31,000 acres cut a dramatic swath across ranch land an hour east of Austin.


    High cost of living is forcing lower-income Californians out of the state
    California is losing more residents than any state except for two. In 2015, California had a population of 38.8 million. By 2016 (the latest year available), it shrank to about 38.6 million, resulting in a net drop of 136,000 people. This trend has been the case for awhile, as lower and middle-income Californians have been moving out of the state for years. This exodus from California is due to many factors, the top ones cited by experts being the high taxes paired with a high cost of living,?


    Meet real estate's Most Influential Women in the Bay Area
    This year?s roster of Most Influential Women highlights several leaders from the construction, architecture, brokerage and development industries. The Business Times recognized 130 women business leaders from a broad range of professions this year who selected for their professional success along with how they?ve made their mark on the Bay Area community. Learn more about their lives, careers and insights by clicking through our slideshow of women leaders from the real estate sector. To?


    Illinois is losing more residents than any state except for one
    Illinois is losing more residents than any state except for one. In 2015, Illinois had a population of 12.17 million. By only 2016 (the latest year available), it shrank to about 12.15 million, resulting in a net drop of 138,000 people. This trend has been the case for awhile, as Illinois citizens have been moving out of the state for years. This exodus from Illinois is due to many factors, the top ones cited by experts being high taxes, high cost of living, high in-state tuition, and a poor jobs?


    Creekview plan in Roseville would drop commercial development, add more single-family homes
    The Creekview Specific Plan in Roseville would include no commercial development and less housing other than single-family homes, under changes requested by the developer.


    River Vista leasing exceeding expectations, Laham spokeswoman says
    The first residents to move into the River Vista Apartments in downtown Wichita did so earlier this month. The entire complex is expected to be complete this summer.


    Top of the Market: ServiceMaster CEO buys in Germantown
    The CEO of ServiceMaster Global Holdings Inc. recently spent $1.8 million on a home in Germantown, enough for the No. 1 spot on our weekly home sales roundup. In a rare occurrence, two Downtown homes also made the top five. The week's No. 5 home, which sold for $785,000, is located on Windstone Way in Germantown's ZIP 38138. The 2005 home has five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms in 5,700 square feet. A home on Riverside Drive in Harbor Town ? which you can view above, courtesy of Realtor.com?


    Here's another reason Phoenix will see more renters than homeowners
    Why renters will continue to outweigh homeowners in metro Phoenix