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    Price cut to $220M for T. Boone Pickens? ranch
    Brokers selling the late T. Boone Pickens? massive Mesa Vista Ranch in the Texas Panhandle have cut the price to $220 million, according to a report in the Dallas Morning News. That?s down from $250 million when Pickens put the 65,000-acre property near Pampa on the market in 2017. The energy tycoon, investor and philanthropist started acquiring the property in 1971 with an almost 3,000-acre purchase along the south side of the Canadian River in Roberts County, the Morning News reported. Pickens?

    Project at Fells Point's former Tutti Frutti factory site changes hands
    The five-story project located between Harbor East and Fells Point includes 31 apartments and street-level retail.

    Howard Bank is exiting the mortgage business
    Howard Bank is exiting the mortgage business so it can focus on commercial banking. Parent company Howard Bancorp Inc. disclosed in its fourth-quarter report Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement with some managers in its mortgage division to release them from their contracts and allow them to form a new company in order to buy Howard Bank's mortgage business. Howard Bank (NASDAQ: HBMD), which became the biggest Baltimore-based bank since Mercantile Bankshares with a $163.4 million purchase?

    $22M East Side community to include 100-plus apartments
    A $22 million development planned for the Clermont County village of Batavia will include more than 100 apartments geared to seniors. Alcore Senior of Dublin, Ohio, intends to spend up to that amount to build 62 assisted-living apartments, 34 independent-living units and 16 stand-alone independent apartments called club cottages. Construction is to start March 1 on 24 acres along Herold Road at the intersection with Ohio State Route 32. The site is close to Mercy Health-Cincinnati's Clermont Hospital. Alcore,?

    How does your home compare to others in your school district?
    A school district?s ability to attract families is greatly affected by the quality of the local housing stock. That's what makes the U.S. Census Bureau's new list of local home values so interesting.

    Crane Watch: Eleven22, Swisher and Beeline lead week's $62 million in permits
    More than $62 million of work was approved in 806 permits for the week starting Jan. 13. Removing the single-family home, condo and town house permits left 187 permits totaling $31.9 million. The five largest permits of the week were: Bradley Bowen Construction received a $15.3 million permit to construct the expansion of The Church of Eleven22's original campus at 14286 Beach Boulevard. The expansion will renovate space vacated by Hobby Lobby and add a 3,000-seat worship center and classrooms.?

    Legal briefs: Municipal hearings on housing programs, funding up for discussion
    The Buffalo Law Journal scans the legal headlines to provide a glimpse at what's happening around the region and beyond.

    Radian CEO: Sale of subsidiary advances 'the evolution of the company'
    CEO Rick Thornberry said the move is part of the company's One Radian strategy that focuses on its core mortgage and real estate businesses while repositioning its services segment.

    Currys snap up S.F. condo in Four Seasons Private Residences
    Steph Curry seems to be settling into his team's new hometown with the purchase of a new luxury condo for his family in the city. The Golden State Warriors All-Star recently paid just shy of $8 million for a 2,800-square-foot space on the 30th floor of the Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission St., the San Francisco Chronicle reported. The home comes in addition to the $31 million Atherton mansion the Currys bought last year. Curry signed a $201 million, five-year contract in 2017 with?

    Another plan emerges for proposed development at King and High
    A St. Louis-based developer has returned with a reduced plan for a new building at the corner of King Avenue and High Street, its latest effort to redevelop the southwest corner of the busy intersection.