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  • "Drury plans a 242-room hotel near City Hall" - BizJournals.com"Drury Southwest Inc. plans a 242-room hotel at the site of the former Kansas City Public Library and Board of Education building in Downtown. Located at 1211 McGee St., the project would include 5,000 square feet of meeting space and a 176-space parking garage, according to a documents filed with the Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City. Kansas City Public Schools owns the building, which has been vacant since the district moved the Board of Education offices to its current location, 2901 Troost Ave. The requested TIF plan would cover demolition of the 11-story building and construction of the hotel..."
  • "Why Charlotte trails Raleigh in new ranking of best cities to raise a family" - BizJournals.com"A new ranking of the best U.S. cities for raising a family may give Charlotte high marks, but the Queen City doesn't register as the top spot in North Carolina..."
  • "More Seattle-area home sellers lower list prices as market cools way down" - SeattleTimes.com"Homes are sitting unsold for weeks. Bidding wars are becoming less common. More sellers are even dropping their asking price to attract buyers. For the first time in four years, the Seattle-area real-estate market is finally starting to trend in a positive direction for buyers, though only after many were already priced out following years of punishing price hikes..."
  • "Real Estate 2.0: San Antonio Housing Market Sees Emergence of Tech" - TheRivardReport.com"An increasing number of technology companies are turning their eyes toward the booming San Antonio real estate market. REX Real Estate, an artificial intelligence- and big data-powered real estate brokerage, is gearing up for an Aug. 13 launch. The company is one of several recently that aim to take the real estate agent out of the home buying and selling process to cut down on costs..."