Sturm Foundation funds construction of Sisters Cabin, the first new hut in 20 years.
The director of the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network lists his $3M mansion in Crestmoor Park.
After 36 years of running a program to train household help for the world’s wealthiest, Mary Starkey is ready to downsize in Cap Hill.
The future of the former Catholic Charities headquarters building is starting to take shape.
A Peter Pan-inspired book seller is tripling its retail footprint with a move away from Tennyson Street.
The Kentucky-based developer of a new hotel and office complex on North Broadway has offloaded half of it.
Popping up in the city’s hottest neighborhoods are homes that ditch the boxy design and flat roofs that have long dominated the scrapes-and-rebuilds in favor of a roof with a serious slope.
Troy Reynolds wants the neighborhood’s Starbucks loyalists to have another option on their daily commute.
Two firms from the Windy City and Big Apple teamed up to buy a recently renovated tower and four-story parking lot.
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