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Nine new local businesses set up shop in Ward Village

“It’s wonderful to see our neighborhood continue to grow while creating opportunities for local businesses to adapt and be positioned to thrive in the years to come,” said Francis Cofran, vice president of management and operations at Ward Village, in a statement.

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Las Vegas’ homebuilding market keeps heating up

Builders reported 4,113 net sales — newly signed sales contracts minus cancellations — in Southern Nevada during the first three months of the year, up 32 percent from the same stretch in 2020.

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The Woodlands is ranked “#1 Best City to Live in America."

After several years in the top 10 of the best cities in the nation rankings, The Woodlands Township has ascended to the No. 1 spot for 2021 by Niche.com.

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Five companies announce move to Downtown Columbia by end of March

The Howard Hughes Corporation announced that five new businesses will be relocating their offices to Downtown Columbia by the end of the first quarter.

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The Howard Hughes Corporation Accelerates Growth Across Portfolio Of Master Planned Communities

The Howard Hughes Corporation (NYSE: HHC) today announced the acceleration of plans for approximately two million square feet of development across the company's portfolio of master planned communities (MPCs).

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Delicious Design: The Best Outdoor Dining in New York City

Dante, the iconic Greenwich Village cafe voted North America’s best bar two years in a row, is serving guests its award-winning cocktails at The Greens, the waterfront rooftop of the Seaport District’s Pier 17.

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Howard Hughes CEO Sees a Renewed Desire for Walkable Communities

The pandemic prompted some developers to tap the brakes on new projects. That’s not the case at Howard Hughes Corp.

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Howard Hughes Corp. 'really excited about what we can create' at Landmark, new CEO says

It's been a long time coming, but the real estate investment trust's new chief executive believes the pieces are falling into place for a redevelopment of the shuttered Alexandria retail center.

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