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$1B, 3-tower project proposed in Orlando
posted on Feb 13 18

A developer in Orlando has submitted a Notice of Proposed Construction to the Federal Aviation Authority for a $1 billion, three-tower project. One tower would reach 540 feet, surpassing the height of Orlando's tallest downtown skyscraper. Read The Business Journals story here

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Margarita bar planned for BeltLine residential development
posted on Feb 13 18

Guac y Margys, a new margarita bar concept, will open on the ground-level of Inman Park's Residences at Studioplex, a development of 19 luxury townhomes, in late May or early June of 2018. Guac y Margys has dubbed itself "Atlanta's Margarita Bar" and will focus on Mexican food and, of course, margaritas. Read the What Now Atlanta story here

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Calif.’s College Plaza to get Hobby Lobby as anchor
posted on Feb 13 18

College Plaza in Oceanside, Calif., is a 150,000-square foot retail center that will become the site of a Hobby Lobby anchor. Cushman & Wakefield arranged the transaction for more than 58,600 square feet of existing space, which was formerly occupied by Dick's Sporting Goods. Read the Commercial Property Executive story here

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Boutique hotel project moving forward in L.A.’s Arts District
posted on Feb 13 18

A new 66-key boutique hotel was approved for construction on South Alameda Street in the Arts District, just outside Skid Row. Development in the Arts District has picked up in recent years, with its borders stretching farther out. Read The Real Deal online story here

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Wisconsin landmark’s new life set to begin in summer
posted on Feb 12 18

After some delays, the renovated Hotel Retlaw in Fond du Lac, Wis., is expected to open this summer. The 1923 structure underwent a $25 million makeover that includes a restaurant, espresso cafe, wine bar and luxury spa along with 127 renovated guest rooms. Read the WBAY-TV story here

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