Thursday, May 12 2022

Proposed apartments would increase available housing, but could displace current tenants | News

Anna J. Jacobs

Another Moab trailer park is scheduled for redevelopment within the next year. Provo-based development company 2nd Story Capital has received […]

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Committee approves new Walkerville condo on former church site despite neighborhood opposition

Anna J. Jacobs

Breadcrumb Links Local News Artist’s rendering of the proposed Devonshire Court condo complex on the site of a former church. […]

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Five-story apartment building approved across from Maggie Walker site

Anna J. Jacobs

The proposed five-story building now features a darker facade with a brick base and added architectural elements. The structure was […]

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Spartanburg City Council undecided on short-term rentals in neighborhoods

Anna J. Jacobs

SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA) – The fate of short-term rentals in Spartanburg is still up in the air after Monday night’s […]

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Condo owners raise traffic and trespassing issues at Silver Creek development meeting

Anna J. Jacobs

With a large development proposed on Highway 26 from the community of Lighthouse Point, residents are asking if the Collingwood […]

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City considering zoning changes to steer payday loan companies away from vulnerable groups

Anna J. Jacobs

In 2019, Shelly-Ann Allan’s bank refused to lend her the money she needed to pay for her father’s funeral, so […]

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If rent control, what strategy?

Anna J. Jacobs

The Twin Cities area, home to some of the nation’s most aggressive advocates for rent control, doesn’t appear to have […]

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Rezoning approved for new apartment building near Notre-Dame

Anna J. Jacobs

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – At a meeting Tuesday evening, the South Bend Planning Commission voted unanimously to rezone the […]

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Charges laid after investigation into building fire

Anna J. Jacobs

“I would also like to thank all the emergency personnel who worked courageously, calmly and diligently on a dangerous scene […]

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28-story condo tower planned for Vancouver’s River District

Anna J. Jacobs

Another phase of the redevelopment of the River District is taking its next steps, with local developer Wesgroup Properties recently […]

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Readers’ opinion: give your opinion on January 4 and 5 on the 24-unit apartment project in the city center

Anna J. Jacobs

Support our community by speaking out against the request for PLN2021-0066, for the 24 unit apartment at 605 and 611 […]

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Approved condos and office towers with youth center at Oakridge-41st Avenue station

Anna J. Jacobs

The future of downtown Oakridge continues to take shape with the recent approval by Vancouver City Council of a major […]

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Order Amending the Town of Howell Residential Rental Property Order

Anna J. Jacobs

December 28, 2021 By Jessica Mathews / [email protected] An ordinance is being updated to clarify the registration and landlord requirements […]

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What you need to know about New York’s new short-term rental registration law – Commercial Observer

Anna J. Jacobs

the New York City Council passed a bill last week requiring homes listed on short-term rental sites like Airbnb at […]

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WMNF | St. Pete approves two rental housing ordinances

Anna J. Jacobs

Last week, dozens of residents with the St. Pete Tenants Union urged St. Pete City Council to vote against two […]

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Hancock City Council Holds Public Hearing to Consider Industrial Development District | News, Sports, Jobs

Anna J. Jacobs

Nick Wilson / Daily Mining Gazette Members of Hancock City Council, including (L to R) Richard Freeman Jr., Paul Labine, […]

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Parma Heights considers tax break for new apartment complex

Anna J. Jacobs

PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio – An empty horror for more than a decade and a half in Parma Heights is about […]

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Laredo aims to develop affordable housing site on Hillside Road

Anna J. Jacobs

The city council voted unanimously last week to move towards creating more affordable housing in Laredo. Council member Ruben A. […]

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Burlington’s attempt to regulate short-term rentals is coming to an end

Anna J. Jacobs

A sign lists an apartment rental website in Burlington on Friday, November 19, 2021. Photo by Glenn Russell / VTDigger […]

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Newcastle Council PROHIBITS landlord from renting moldy and ‘infested’ house

Anna J. Jacobs

Newcastle Council PROHIBITS landlord from renting moldy and ‘infested’ house after RATS gnawed electrical wiring and left family of 11 […]

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A2 residents rally for housing rights and increased funding in Washtenaw County

Anna J. Jacobs

Bundled up in hats and gloves and with coffees in hand, dozens of Ann Arbor community members braved the crisp, […]

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Orange County man sends anti-vax message to Venice Beach

Anna J. Jacobs

A small political stance from Huntington Beach has been transplanted north to Venice Beach in recent weeks, and criticism from […]

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Planning Board Takes Second Crack In Big Mountain Development

Anna J. Jacobs

A proposal for a large housing development at the base of Big Mountain is presented to the Whitefish Planning Board […]

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Developer will buy Thousand Oaks shopping center if city council approves the complex

Anna J. Jacobs

Application for a 7-storey apartment complex in TO deemed incomplete Planners determine that the request is incomplete; Developer Rick Caruso […]

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Lewiston housing committee says city should relax secondary suite rules

Anna J. Jacobs

LEWISTON – City staff may soon be working on ordinance changes aimed at alleviating the housing shortage in the area. […]

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Santa Ana activists rally against efforts to overthrow rent controls

Anna J. Jacobs

Rent control advocates at Mariposa Park in Santa Ana tied ropes around the buckets to turn them into makeshift drums […]

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Cap rents at 3% per year? St. Paul’s rent control advocates, critics go to the polls – Twin Cities

Anna J. Jacobs

Voters in St. Paul went to the polls on Tuesday to determine whether residential rent increases will be capped at […]

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Valley News – Lebanon plans to ease additional apartments for owners to ease housing crisis

Anna J. Jacobs

LEBANON – Over five years ago, the Revs. Michael and Susan Thomas decided to convert a stable at their home […]

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A catch-all of juicy local measures in the November 2 poll in the absence of statewide initiatives

Anna J. Jacobs

There are no statewide initiatives on the November ballot in Oregon and Washington state. It’s a change from usual, but […]

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Renovations underway at Ocean City housing complex

Anna J. Jacobs

The five-story Bayview Manor building is undergoing modernization by the Ocean City Housing Authority. By DONALD WITTKOWSKI Bayview Manor, an […]

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Huntington Beach mobile home owners fear rent increase

Anna J. Jacobs

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif .– Creating a plan to pass a rent control ordinance in the town of Huntington Beach is […]

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An apartment building could rise on the former site of the Albatross pub

Anna J. Jacobs

An architect’s rendering shows the proposed project for 1820 San Pablo Avenue. Credit: Gunkel Architecture The West Berkeley building that […]

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Valley News – The conversion of the building into a condo at the Claremont plant continues after delicate financing

Anna J. Jacobs

CLAREMONT – An 83-unit apartment complex under construction in the envelope of a historic mill overlooking the Sugar River is […]

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Governor Hochul announces completion of $ 91 million affordable housing development in the Bronx

Anna J. Jacobs

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the completion of Arthur Avenue Apartments, a new $ 91 million affordable housing development with […]

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City council clears way for downtown apartment complex | Winchester Star

Anna J. Jacobs

WINCHESTER – The developer of what would be the largest apartment complex in downtown Winchester was given the green light […]

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Development of 54 units approved by planning committee as neighbors raise concerns

Anna J. Jacobs

OCEANSIDE, Calif .– A four-story condominium project received the green light Monday night from the Oceanside Planning Commission after much […]

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$ 36 million conversion of vacant city land slated for March construction | Local News

Anna J. Jacobs

MANKATO – A 48-unit apartment building for tenants of various incomes, along with a row of townhouses, is slated for […]

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Cowlitz County ex-inmates struggle to find housing after incarceration | Local

Anna J. Jacobs

Bradley Gott of Woodland has two associate’s degrees, a full-time job, and enough money for a down payment on a […]

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Legion plans new branch in apartment building

Anna J. Jacobs

Breadcrumb Links Local News Author of the article: Brian kelly Rendering of the planned apartment building on the Great Northern […]

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Housing experts debate Twin Cities rent control vote this fall – WCCO

Anna J. Jacobs

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Residents on both sides of the Mississippi River will vote on rent control measures this fall. St. […]

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Are LA’s Housing Policies Worsening the Housing Crisis?

Anna J. Jacobs

My presentation at the Neighborhood Convention: In my weekly Planning Watch columns, I often debunk shady claims that housing policies […]

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New restrictions on short-term rentals in Oahu advance to city council

Anna J. Jacobs

The fate of short-term vacation rentals in Oahu is once again in the hands of Honolulu City Council. The Honolulu […]

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Last chance to vote on the 750-unit SI apartment complex project at the city council hearing on Friday

Anna J. Jacobs

STATEN ISLAND, NY – After River North – a project that will bring the tallest residential developments in Staten Island […]

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The town of Opelika passes a rental ordinance; properties must be saved

Anna J. Jacobs

OPELIKA, Alabama (WTVM) – After nearly two months of controversy, a new Opelika rental ordinance will be a game-changer for […]

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End of an era as second funeral home passes Haverhill council for conversion to condo units

Anna J. Jacobs

Click on the image for the Haverhill City Council agenda. A Salem, New Hampshire company that recently got approval to […]

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Ann Arbor owners sue over new early rental restrictions

Anna J. Jacobs

Several landlords and leasing companies in Ann Arbor sue town of Ann Arbor for city council arrangement adopted on August […]

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Growing Pain: Multi-Family Housing Options Rise in Twin Falls, Demand for More Persists | Local

Anna J. Jacobs

The availability and cost of land make it difficult to launch projects without some kind of partnership, such as a […]

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New Kensington officer recognized for bravery in saving woman from house fire

Anna J. Jacobs

Kathy Swanger wishes there were more people like Matt Saxman in this world. In August 2020, Saxman, a detective sergeant […]

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Developer continues development of hotel and condo in Fort Trumbull, New London

Anna J. Jacobs

September 18 — NEW LONDON – A developer who launched the idea for a hotel and conference center on the […]

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The need for rental housing is exploding, but the towns of the Valley are resisting: what now?

Anna J. Jacobs

A place to live in the Greater Phoenix is ​​getting harder and harder to reach. While homeowners have enjoyed a […]

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Marin Executives Prepare for Housing Policy Crisis

Anna J. Jacobs

The towns and villages of Marin prepare to update key housing policies as a historic housing crisis looms. Local governments […]

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Amherst planners consider apartment building zoning reviews

Anna J. Jacobs

Posted: 9/8/2021 08:51:17 AM AMHERST – Apartment buildings are not banned in downtown Amherst, but revisions to the zoning by-law […]

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Affordable senior housing complex to rise in Moiliili

Anna J. Jacobs

Mahalo for his support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! A cluster of nearly century-old houses in Moiliili […]

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Short-term rental providers face tougher rules in Orinda

Anna J. Jacobs

ORINDA – Short-term housing rentals without a host are prohibited in this city, the city council ruled, making a temporary […]

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Editorial – A closer look: Apartment incident raises questions about roaming, rental units | Editorials

Anna J. Jacobs

The abrupt closure of an apartment complex in Watertown two weeks ago revealed some serious issues. On August 8, the […]

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Northwest Austin Cave prompts ZAP to defer vote on apartment complex

Anna J. Jacobs

With more questions than answers available to consider a multi-family development project at a closed Luby’s cafeteria site in northwest […]

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Syracuse leaders listen to Walt Dixie’s plan to ‘shake it up’ and revive poor areas

Anna J. Jacobs

Syracuse, NY – Walt Dixie has a plan. On the surface, the executive director of Jubilee Homes is proposing several […]

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Lewisville could partner with Denton Housing Authority to redevelop Oak Tree Village apartments

Anna J. Jacobs

Currently, 55 units of Oak Tree Village Apartments have been booked with rental rates adjusted for residents with incomes of […]

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Apartment project at 25 and Vine could contribute to affordable housing plan

Anna J. Jacobs

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – Over the next few years, a vacant lot at 25th and Vine strewn with gravel and […]

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Affordable housing project in preparation in Greenburgh

Anna J. Jacobs

A project to build 45 affordable housing units on approximately 2.3 acres at 1 Dromore Road in Greenburgh is back. […]

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Rochester City Council agrees to sell old Dooley site for $ 1.4 million

Anna J. Jacobs

Rochester City Council voted on Monday to approve a purchase agreement with Powers Ventures for the former Dooley site – […]

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Silverthorne pre-approves new apartments and townhouses

Anna J. Jacobs

The northwest corner of the Wave on the Blue residential property at 700 Blue River Parkway is shown in a […]

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developer is considering apartments for the old city market | Business

Anna J. Jacobs

While highway crews work to transform downtown’s busiest intersection, a Front Range developer is hatching plans to transform one of […]

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Port Aransas City Council Begins To Address Short-Term Rental Issues

Anna J. Jacobs

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The wait was definitely building up in Port Aransas. It was a full room at the […]

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“THE HOUSING CRISIS IS REALLY REAL” | CAUSE seeks to stabilize rents in Ventura – VC Reporter

Anna J. Jacobs

Pictured: Lucia Marquez, Senior Policy Counsel at CAUSE, speaking about the housing crisis at a Bell Arts Factory Ventura City […]

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Hawkshaw developers get Pensacola CRA OK for 200-unit apartments

Anna J. Jacobs

Developers of the Hawkshaw property got the green light from Pensacola City Council on Monday to move the development to […]

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Condo design rejected by lake forest preservation commissioners

Anna J. Jacobs

LAKE FOREST, IL – The Historic Preservation Commission voted on Monday to allow the demolition of a house on Westminster […]

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Healthy, affordable housing remains scarce in Kansas City

Anna J. Jacobs

Sakinah Cooper considers herself lucky. She loves the place where she lives with her two young children and her boyfriend. […]

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Workers are billed outside many communities. More affordable housing is essential statewide.

Anna J. Jacobs

BDN’s Editorial Board operates independently of the newsroom and does not set policies or contribute reporting or editing articles elsewhere […]

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Why UC Berkeley Is So Wrong About 1921 Walnut St

Anna J. Jacobs

1921 rue Noyer. is a rent-controlled building built in 1904, comprising eight large apartments, six of which are currently occupied. […]

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60 condos approved for construction along Railroad Canyon Road

Anna J. Jacobs

LAKE ELSINORE, CA – Lake Elsinore City Council has unanimously approved a project that will bring a 60 unit condominium […]

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Hoover council adopts temporary moratorium on vape shops, pawn shops and payday lending centers

Anna J. Jacobs

Hoover City Council voted 4-3 tonight to adopt a temporary moratorium on the issuance of business licenses to vape shops, […]

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Selma votes to ban new payday loan companies

Anna J. Jacobs

Selma prohibits the opening of new payday loan businesses, but current businesses will not be affected. SELMA, AL (WSFA) – […]

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