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Summerlin office building developer signs law firm as first tenant

The Howard Hughes Corp. announced Wednesday that law firm Greenberg Traurig would occupy roughly 16,000 square feet on the sixth floor of the suburban Las Vegas building.

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ESPN to debut glimmering NYC studios next spring

Cable sports giant ESPN will open its first New York City studio next spring at the new South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 — the latest advance for Howard Hughes Corporation’s $731 million East River waterfront redevelopment.

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Honolulu's Waiea Tower Makes Waves, Lists Grand Penthouses For $36 Million and $35 Million

Waiea, the first residential condominium completed in Honolulu's Ward Village, made a splash during its debut last year. Now, with 95% of condos sold, it’s time for the big waves—two Grand Penthouses are on the market for $36 million and $35 million respectively.

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The Howard Hughes Corporation® Announces Development Plans for Las Vegas Ballpark at Downtown Summer

The Howard Hughes Corporation® announced today its plans to develop and construct a baseball stadium in Downtown Summerlin® on approximately eight acres just south of City National Arena, the National Hockey League practice facility for the Vegas Golden Knights.

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A New Music, Art, and Tech Festival is Coming to Columbia

OPUS 1 in Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods celebrates the city's past, present and future

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Summerlin one of the country’s best-selling master-planned communities

Summerlin marked the first half of 2017 with strong new home sales, topping last year’s numbers through June 2016 by 28 percent to earn the community the No. 7 spot on a list of country’s best-selling master-planned communities

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5 Things You Need to Know About Seaport Summer

The Seaport District is hosting a summertime celebration known as Seaport Summer, comprised of culinary and cultural experiences to bring visitors to the area as it continues to redevelop.

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