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    Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Historic Whidbey Island estate listed for $6.25M
    Jim and Deborah Heg fell in love with 21 acres on the west side of Whidbey Island, on Admiralty Inlet, back in the early 1990s. They bought the property in 1993, built a big home and moved in a year later. Now they are selling the entire place for $6.25 million. Windermere?s Louis Muniz has the listing that includes 246 feet of waterfront, a 5,330-square-foot main house, a guest house, an artist studio, an over-sized, 2,600 square-foot garage with an office, and a picture-perfect secret fenced?

    Construction getting closer at Sacramento Commons project
    The project would be the largest residential development in downtown Sacramento in several years.

    Live where you work in this newly listed $2.5 million luxury property
    Want a luxury home but hate the commute? A newly listed property could solve that problem. NAI Maestas & Ward recently listed a mixed-use/commercial income property located at 5100 Juan Tabo Blvd. NE for $2.5 million. International artist Enrico Embroli and his wife Kathleen Kinkopf were the forces behind the project. It was built in 2004 and features unique design elements including the use of alternative sustainable and low maintenance materials. The first floor of the 7,860-square-foot building?

    Millennial Tower is back
    After months of silence, plans for the Millennial Tower downtown are back on the table. The planned 28-story tower on the southwest corner of Front and Rich streets will go before Downtown Commission Tuesday morning, with developers seeking a certificate of appropriateness for the tower that promises retail space, offices, a hotel, residential units and parking. And yes, it still includes an LED sign and marquee. That marquee had been the sticking point when last we heard about the tower in June.?

    N.C. public records show behind-the-scenes rallying by developers for Atlantic Coast Pipeline
    Amid high stakes, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline continues to be in a holding pattern, as regulators in North Carolina weigh the 600-mile project's implications for the state.

    Where Birmingham ranks for competitive homebuying markets
    When it comes to competitive markets for homebuyers, Birmingham is actually one of the most accessible. That's according to the "Most Competitive Homebuyer Markets for 2018" study from LendingTree. The mortgage resource compiled its list from the 1.5 million purchase mortgage loan requests in the 100 largest cities that came through its marketplace in 2017. Birmingham ranks No. 94 in the study. LendingTree looked at the share of buyers that shopped for a mortgage before a house, the average down?

    In the HQ2 race, cost of living benefits Pittsburgh
    Compare that to Boston or the Washington, D.C., areas, where it's much more expensive to live.

    Student apartment building in Charles Village is up for sale
    The three-story brick building was built in 1900 and retains its original character.

    In the HQ2 race, cost of living benefits Pittsburgh
    Compare that to Boston or the Washington, D.C., areas, where it's much more expensive to live.

    Tesla rideshares, micro apartments on the way as Lake Nona's Pixon tower takes shape (PHOTOS)
    Next-generation amenities are on the way to the fast-growing Lake Nona community as Tavistock Development Co. LLC brings its planned $30.2 million Pixon mixed-use development to life. The residential and retail project's 11-story apartment tower broke ground last summer at the southeast corner of Lake Nona and Tavistock Lakes boulevards, with pre-leasing to begin this summer. Among its amenities are a rideshare program that features the Tesla Models 3s, electric car-charging stations, concierge?