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    Menlo Park construction unicorn beefs up management as it grows through M&A
    Katerra named a General Electric veteran as chief financial officer, about a month after hiring a new chief operating officer.

    Four-story Pacific Heights home with roof deck lists for $9.7M
    A modern revisioning of a century-old Pacific Heights home has hit the San Francisco market for just under $10 million. Originally built in 1911 and later remodeled, the six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is actually a two-unit building designed as a single-family home with over 7,000 square feet across four levels. The main level is designed for entertaining, while the upper levels serve as sleeping quarters. Past a floating glass staircase is a large, formal dining room accented by a neon sculpture. The?

    Denver City Council approves Loretto Heights development
    Denver City Council voted 11-1 Monday night to approve a Loretto Heights development plan. Candi CdeBaca, the newly elected councilwoman representing District 9, was the sole no vote. Late last month, a Denver City Council committee advanced the Loretto Heights Area Plan, a development blueprint to turn the Loretto Heights campus and the surrounding area in southwest Denver into a live-work-play community. The recommendation came after the council also moved forward service plans for six quasi-municipal?

    Cupertino bids welcome to the underserved with new housing for low-income seniors
    Editor's note: The following story is part of the Business Journal's 2019 edition of Silicon Valley structures, the annual awards program honoring the region's top real estate developers, dealmakers, projects and deals. The print edition of the section publishes on Sept. 20. Honorees will be awarded at a Sept. 19, awards gala in downtown San Jose. Click here for tickets. Amid all the uproar over allowing for new construction in the city, Cupertino has one project that serves an underrepresented?

    Austin area home prices rising as supply decreases
    As the prime home-selling season drew to a close, sales in the Austin area increased 5.8% to 3,189 home sales in August compared to the same month last year.

    Acts Housing plans $3M expansion to Beloit; sets goal of helping 150 families become homeowners
    Acts Housing, the Milwaukee-based organization that provides financial counseling, loans and real estate brokerage services, is launching its $2.9 million-budgeted expansion in Beloit this weekend, where it plans to help 150 families with limited incomes attain homeownership over the next five years, said Michael Gosman, the executive director of Acts Housing. Supporting Acts Housing on the expansion are the Hendricks Family Foundation, Beloit 200, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation and?

    18-unit townhome project planned in Hapeville
    Atlanta's Miller Lowry Developments LLC says it has helped redevelop some of Atlanta's most historic neighborhoods.

    Vitner: Most of the signals remain strong for Carolinas economy
    The national economy is solid and signs of a recession aren't high, but there are a few concerns for the Carolinas, Wells Fargo & Co. senior economist Mark Vitner said at the Winthrop University Economic Forecast Breakfast on Tuesday. The national concern ? or data point that is concerning ? is the well-documented yield curve inversion, which in the past has been followed by a recession, usually in the following two years. For the Carolinas, signs of trouble include the decline in the number?

    Johnsons Park redevelopment, tiny veterans homes advance in Milwaukee
    Developers of a $2 million community of tiny homes for veterans and new affordable apartments on Milwaukee?s northwest side gained endorsements Tuesday to buy foreclosed city properties. Both projects would be built on land currently owned by the city of Milwaukee. Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin would buy 7 acres on North 60th Street near Mill Road for $35,000. It plans to build up to 48 tiny houses there for veterans who are homeless or at risk. Each house would have 240 square feet, sinks and?

    PBJ Cribs: See inside Valley PR exec's renovated Arcadia-area home
    DRA Collective President Michelle McGinty bought her Arcadia-lite home in 2004 for $225,000, and has since remodeled the residence, which is filled with fun, funky art and furniture pieces.