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Building Boom on Mykonos Reveals ‘Wretched’ Side of Greece’s Recovery

Well-heeled vacationers descended from luxury hotels into the gleaming labyrinth of Mykonos’s historic old town on a recent evening, ogling gold jewelry and heading to bars offering pricey bottles of […]




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Selling Luxury Apartments Where Oliver Twist Once Asked for Gruel

When the building was threatened with destruction, in 2007, Professor Black and a charity devoted to Georgian-era architecture tried to get it preserved. They initially failed, but the wrecking ball […]




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Welcome to the Charles Dickens Luxury Apartments

When the building was threatened with destruction, in 2007, Professor Black and a charity devoted to Georgian-era architecture tried to get it preserved. They initially failed, but the wrecking ball […]




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Sears, Struggling to Sell Goods, Markets a Valuable Asset: Real Estate

Shoppers may no longer come in droves for wrenches, watches or washing machines. But Sears, the once-ubiquitous department store that has been battered by the growth of e-commerce, may have […]




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Revitalizing Black Neighborhoods by Preserving Their History

Jevonte Porter grew up hearing family stories about a bustling era of arts and business in the Orange Mound section of Memphis. After World War II, locals flocked to performance […]




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A Second Life for North Carolina’s Shuttered Factories

The High Point project, called Congdon Yards, is an effort to create a year-round gathering spot that will also draw young talent. Along with offices, the space includes a co-working […]




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Hotels Lag in Energy Sustainability. One Project May Change That.

The hotel industry has fallen behind other real estate sectors in adopting energy-efficiency measures, but a Connecticut developer hopes to change that by converting an office building into what could […]