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    San Jose wants to end our car culture and slash downtown parking. Is that too much to ask?
    Understanding parking ? how it?s paid for and how it shapes how we get around and use the limited supply of land in San Jose, especially downtown ? is critical in figuring out how government and business are trying to shape the city?s future.


    Southie power plant proposal cuts initial housing units by more than half
    The development team behind South Boston?s Edison Power Plant have again submitted updated plans to the city for the redevelopment of the vacant 15-acre site ? and the plan slices the initially proposed number of housing units by 60 percent.  The latest plan by real estate firms Redgate and Hilco Redevelopment detail a 1.78 million-square-foot mixed-use development across nine buildings. That includes 960,000 square feet of office/research and development space, and up to 636 residential units.?


    Two homebuilders buy lots for new neighborhood in Celina
    Grand Homes and First Texas Homes have purchased sites for houses in a new residential community in fast-growing Celina. The homebuilders, both based in Dallas, plan to construct 126 houses in the Wellspring Estates development on Frontier Parkway/FM 1461, roughly three miles north of U.S. Highway 380 and Preston Road. First Texas will sell homes starting at about $360,000, and Grand Homes will start at $410,000. Total square footage ranges from 2,500 to 4,800 square feet. Celina has been North?


    Deals & Dealmakers: Watershed lands new fitness tenant; Golden adult apartments sell
    Plus: DMAR CEO honored; Denver firm grows senior housing portfolio.


    Visit by Dash owner leads to new luxury downtown apartments
    The developer is coming off a successful opening of a neighboring downtown community.


    Ultra-wealthy condo investors have huge opportunity in Houston, panel says
    Houston is ?primed? for the development of high-end condominiums catering to the ultra-wealthy, according to panelists participating in a Nov. 13 discussion of the city?s condo market.


    FSCJ struggled in first year downtown, but eyes future success
    FSCJ took on heavy losses in the first year of its downtown location, but the future looks sustainable.


    Photos: Former longhorn ranch east of Dallas repossessed by lender and back up for sale
    The storied 365-acre T-Bar-W Ranch near Mineola, 90 miles east of Dallas, has sold via foreclosure auction and is back on the market. The property was sold Nov. 5 on the steps of the Wood County courthouse in Quitman, according to Icon Global Group, which is now marketing the property. The property was immediately seized after the auction and secured by security teams and locksmiths. Entry gates, homes, offices, barns and buildings were rekeyed, and the property repossessed, according to Dallas-based?


    What's behind the continued investment in Glens Falls
    Glens Falls has attracted more than $200 million in real estate investments over the past 10 years. Apartment developers, office builders and restaurant operators continue to see opportunity in the Warren County city of 14,400. The resurgence of Glens Falls has been a steady evolution, said real estate developer Peter Hoffman, who started restoring properties downtown in 2004 and has introduced about one new project a year during that time. "Everything has to come up evenly and that is what Glens?


    Huge changes on East Austin's horizon
    Austin's east side is changing by the day. It's a playground for developers big and small, the subject of Austin's gentrification discussions and has offered some of the best real estate investment opportunities in the past decade. But East Austin ain't seen nothing yet. On the horizon are dozens of game-changing projects that will take the area to new heights. Below are details on a few of the big changes in store; the projects were also highlighted on Nov. 14 at Austin Business Journal's inaugural?