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New Orleans tower being converting into a hotel
posted on May 22 19

Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences broke ground this month on a $460 million project to renovate the former World Trade Center in New Orleans and transform it into a residential hotel. Construction is expected to finish early next year. Read the Curbed/New Orleans story here

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Urban Air plans location in Bangor, Maine
posted on May 22 19

A 41,635-square-foot mall space in Bangor, Maine, could become the latest location for Urban Air Adventure Park. Slated to open in the spring, the park would include trampolines, dodgeball courts, a ropes course, an indoor roller coaster, a tumble track, a slam dunk area and a cafe. Read the Mainebiz story here

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Construction to start next year on $8B mixed-use project in Calif.
posted on May 22 19

Related Cos., the developer of New York's Hudson Yards, intends to begin construction next year on a roughly $8 billion mixed-use project just north of Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. Once complete, the 240-acre development will include 700 hotel rooms, more than 1,600 apartments and 5.4 million square feet of office space. Read the San Francisco Chronicle story here

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$5.5B redevelopment begins in Baltimore
posted on May 21 19

Officials and executives broke ground on South Baltimore's Port Covington community, and land grading for the first phase of the $5.5 billion waterfront redevelopment is imminent. The initial phase is expected to cost $600 million to $700 million and will include office, residential, retail and hotel space. Read The Baltimore Sun story here

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Retailers announced for first phase of N.C. mixed-use project
posted on May 21 19

Developers will break ground this summer on the first phase of a 69-acre mixed-use facility called Fenton in Cary, North Carolina. Phase I will feature a movie theater, a food hall, 350 apartment units, a Wegmans grocery store, office space, a 175-room hotel and eateries like Crawford Brothers Steakhouse and Honeysuckle Gelato. Read the Shopping Center Business story here

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