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Dear Gov. Perry, So, yeah, Illinois is certainly not perfect! With our fiscal problems and aggressive taxes, I will admit, it can be a difficult state to do business in. But what Illinois has in common with Texas and the 48 other states of this great...
Taylor Morrison Home Corp. is riding high so far in its Wall Street debut as the newly public home builder benefits from an improved housing market and a renewed appetite for building. Shares of the Arizona firm rose $1.05 from its initial public...
Old Catonsville boasts turn-of-the-last-century buildings and schools, fine restaurants, antiques and music shops, and a library. But scattered among the Victorian structures are Arts and Crafts-style homes built in the early 20th century. It is in one of...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Catonsville
In the brutal cycles of California real estate, the Antelope Valley has been among the last to boom, the first to bust and the slowest to recover. But in the High Desert, separated from downtown Los Angeles by 65 miles and a mountain range, the...
When hearth and home — together with a growing family and an onsite family business — are at the center of day-to-day living, a small and dated one-story farmhouse in Ellicott City begins to burst at the seams. To keep their extended family...
Tags: Pumpkin, Architecture, Ellicott City, Linthicum, Farms
If any line item in the state or federal budgets cries out for more resources, or even just a little more respect, it's the arts and humanities. Never mind that many writers, artists and scholars have the fresh ideas that our times so desperately need....
Today is "Skeptical Reader Day" at the Dan Rodricks column. Today, at no extra charge, I will answer a letter from an anonymous reader who questioned a figure that appeared in this space last week, to wit: "The Department of Natural Resources says...
Foes of a planned Wal-Mart grocery store in Chinatown filed a lawsuit Thursday against the city of Los Angeles seeking to bar the chain market from opening. The Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance L.A., working with the Southeast Asian Community...
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. homebuilders broke the 1 million mark in March for the first time since June 2008. The gain signals continued strength for the housing recovery at the start of the spring buying season. The overall pace of homes started rose...
New residential construction rose significantly in March as builders started more multi-unit dwellings. Housing starts rose 7% from upwardly revised February figures to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,036,000, the Commerce Department said...
Tags: House Building
Home prices are rising faster than incomes in Los Angeles, making it more prone to a new housing bubble than many other major cities, a real estate report indicates. Rising home prices and strong demand are making the market feel particularly bubbly in...
Tags: Inventories, House Building
Situated in the city's Bolton Hill neighborhood is a relatively new development of brick townhouses solidly placed among the late Victorian and early-20th-century structures that once housed the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Woodrow Wilson and, more...
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