D.C. Attorney General Brian Schwalb sues 14 major landlords, including JBG Smith, Bozzuto and others
The District's top prosecutor alleges landlords and software company "illegally colluded" to jack up rents, squeezing residents for "millions of...
St. Louis construction firm blames roofer for $1.5M in damages
A large St. Louis construction company claimed in October that it's out at least $1.5 million due to the actions of a roofing firm it hired.
WeWork falls behind on rent payments at BeltLine and Decatur locations
After incurring over $7.6 billion in net losses over the last three years, WeWork warned of a bankruptcy risk in August.
Levcor completes renovation of Post Oak Plaza, adds new restaurant and retail tenants
Houston-based Levcor has completed the renovation of Post Oak Plaza, which was first announced in 2021, making way for three new tenants.
Beauty company L'Oréal moves office into downtown Minneapolis' Dayton's Project
L'Oréal has moved into the Dayton’s Project, becoming the downtown Minneapolis' building's newest tenant.
Bally's on track to open permanent casino in Chicago by September 2026
The clock has started for Bally's Corp. to open its permanent casino in Chicago by late 2026, and casino leadership seems confident the project...
One of St. Louis' largest real estate agencies expands to Kansas City through merger
One of St. Louis’ biggest real estate agencies is officially expanding into Kansas City by merging with an affiliated company there.
Cuyahoga County eligible for a new round of Ohio building demolition grants
A new round of the Ohio Building Demolition and Site Revitalization Program is offering $150 million in grants to raze dilapidated commercial and...
Senior property tax freeze becomes law in St. Louis County without Page's signature
A property tax freeze for St. Louis County seniors became law Wednesday after the deadline for County Executive Sam Page to sign or veto the bill...
Hillsborough County seeks master developer for MOSI's 67 acres
The county last issued a RFP for MOSI's property in 2019, then iced redevelopment places in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.