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|Effort to rezone of Sioux Falls farmstead put on hold|
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - A Sioux Falls developer is putting on hold its plans to build a large apartment complex on the site of a century-old urban farmstead. Lloyd Companies earlier this year asked the city to rezone the Lacey Estate property to make way for an apartment complex ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Real estate South Dakota Urban planning House Apartment Property Renting Management
|2 injured in massive fire at Davenport apartment complex|
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) - At least two people have been injured in a massive fire at a west Davenport apartment complex. The fire was reported around 1:30 a.m. Friday in a three-story unit at the Eagle's Crest Apartments. As firefighters arrived they could see flames shooting from the roof of ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | House Real estate Apartment Ancient Rome Condominium
|Police: Man shot in chest in SW Houston dies at hospital|
Police are searching for a suspect after a man in his 20s died Thursday night at the hospital due to multiple gunshot wounds to his chest. The man was shot shortly before 9 p.m. Thursday in a southwest Houston apartment complex near Green Fork and Club Creek.
1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Memorial Hermann Hospital Homicide Texas Medical Center Real estate Life Flight Cherokee Apartment Wound
|Police: N.C. man with machete chases clown into woods|
176 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Winston-Salem North Carolina North Carolina Winston-Salem Journal Apartment Female Condominium Greensboro North Carolina WSJS
|Police looking for armed home invasion suspect in Burlington|
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Police have released the identity of an armed home invasion suspect who somehow eluded officers who were staked out at an apartment complex in Burlington's New North End. A manhunt is now underway to apprehend 24-year-old Dahmir Simmons, who is wanted in connection with Thursday's break-in ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | English-language films House Apartment Real estate The Washington Times Academy Award for Best Actress
|The Latest: Colorado governor rappels down high-rise|
DENVER (AP) - The Latest on Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper's rappel down a high-rise building in downtown Denver (all times local): 5:40 p.m. Colorado's governor has successfully rappelled down a high-rise apartment building in downtown Denver to raise awareness of cancer. Gov. John Hickenlooper descended the 32-floor building Thursday afternoon ...
5 points by The Washington Times | High-rise Apartment Tower block Skyscraper
|‘This American Life’ host Ira Glass has a filthy, infested condo|
Here’s something Ira Glass won’t be talking about.
392 points by Daily News | Real estate Condominium Housing cooperative Apartment Ira Glass This American Life House Public Radio International
|Police: Woman arrested after boyfriend run down by vehicle|
A woman has been arrested in the death of her boyfriend, who authorities believe was run down by a vehicle registered to the couple, according to Metro Police. Lahtijera Howard, 26, was booked today ...
-1 points by Las Vegas Sun | English-language films Victim Howard Wilkinson Leo White Apartment Woman County Urban planning
|Police: Oregon coach who killed 3 had large amount of pills|
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Investigators found an "incredible amount of pills" to treat anxiety and depression at the home of a volunteer high school wrestling coach who last month killed himself, the teenage son of a woman he had dated…
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Umatilla County Oregon Gulf War High school Apartment Hermiston Oregon House 2003 invasion of Iraq Israel
|Several 8-foot marijuana plants seized by cops in Brooklyn bust|
What a buzz kill.
7929 points by Daily News | House Real estate Apartment Condominium
|David Geffen Lists Manhattan Co-op|
SELLER: David Geffen LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $27,500,000 SIZE: (approx.) 5,000 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Now that he’s done with the years long, no doubt frighteningly costly, and excessively-irksome-to-neighbors do over of his titanic, 12,000-square-foot duplex penthouse atop the Parc V building on New York City’s Fifth Avenue... Read more »
21 points by Variety | New York City Apartment Bedroom American Jews Richard Avedon Manhattan Plaza Hotel East Hampton
|Colorado governor to rappel down high-rise for charity|
DENVER (AP) - Colorado's governor is rappelling down a high-rise apartment building for charity. Gov. John Hickenlooper will descend down the 32-floor building in downtown Denver Thursday afternoon to raise awareness for the Cancer League of Colorado . The Democratic governor has never rappelled down a building before. Aides say ...
1 points by The Washington Times | High-rise Apartment Denver Tower block Skyscraper John Hickenlooper
|At least 150 shots fired in deadly shooting|
2 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Apartment Vector space According to Jim
|2d shooting in 2 weeks roils Delco town|
2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | House Constable Real estate English-language films Urban planning The Unit Apartment Chief of police
|Trump Tower condo lists for $12.7 million|
A four-bedroom, 6,850-square-foot condominium unit on the 87th floor of the Trump International Hotel and Tower was listed Wednesday for $12.7 million. Owners Thomas S. Gross, who retired last year as vice chairman and chief operating officer of a unit of Dublin, Ireland-based Eaton Corp., and...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Real estate Apartment Condominium Floor Donald Trump Coffer Flooring Ceiling
|Man impersonating an Uber driver allegedly assaults UMass student|
A Holyoke man was charged with indecent assault and battery after allegedly impersonating an Uber driver and assaulting a female University of Massachusetts student, university police said in a statement Tuesday. On Sunday, police received a report of an indecent assault and battery taking place Saturday morning. Around 3:30 a.m. Saturday, a man allegedly approached the female […]
47 points by The Boston Globe | Assault Battery Crime Assault occasioning actual bodily harm Pride Assault Felony Apartment
|$35M luxury condo building planned for Detroit|
The new 11-story building, the Ashton Detroit, would have 78 condos, five penthouses and a rooftop patio with pool.
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Renting Real estate Apartment Detroit Architectural engineering Construction
|$35M luxury condo building planned for downtown Detroit|
The new 11-story building, the Ashton Detroit, would have 78 condos, five penthouses and a rooftop patio with pool.
774 points by Detroit Free Press | Renting Real estate Apartment Detroit Architectural engineering Construction
|Renovated Mount Vernon Place condo on the market for $257,000|
A rare opportunity to own in the shadow of Mount Vernon's Washington Monument recently became available with an 812-square-foot condominium at 14 East Mount Vernon Place. The one-bedroom, one-bath condo — unit 203 — is on the market for $257,000. Built in 1852, the updated five-story building offers...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Rooms Apartment Room Bedroom Real estate Condominium Table Housing cooperative
|Annapolis shooting victim identified|
Police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting Saturday on Brooke Court in Annapolis. Davon Jones, 25, of Dunkirk, died after he was found shot in his vehicle at about 4:30 p.m., the Annapolis Police Department said in a statement Sunday. Police are investigating the shooting as a homicide,...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Apartment Police House Real estate Condominium Crime Victim Public safety
|NYC housing inspector illegally turned house into four apartments|
A city housing inspector was charged for turning his Queens home into four smaller apartments.
171 points by Daily News | House Endangerment Apartment Basement Real estate Queens New York City Fiscal year
|$35M condo complex planned for downtown|
The Ashton Detroit will open in 2018 in parking lot behind AFSCME building on Lafayette
-1 points by The Detroit News | Detroit River Detroit Michigan Windsor Ontario Ambassador Bridge Michigan Central Railway Tunnel Building Apartment
|Upscale condo building planned for Detroit|
A new 11-story luxury building in downtown Detroit would have 78 condos, five penthouses and a rooftop patio with pool.
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Renting Real estate Apartment Detroit Architectural engineering Construction
|Junot Diaz sells townhouse for $2M after long court battle with ex|
This tale of love and break-up has a rich ending. Pulitzer-prize winning author Junot Diaz was locked in an ugly, five-year court battle over a Hamilton Heights town house he co-owns with his ex-girlfriend, state Senate candidate Marisol Alcantara — a heartache saga first reported in Monday’s Post. It turns out their business acumen, if...
19 points by New York Post | Real estate Columbia University Alexander Hamilton Apartment Manhattan House New York City United States
|West Loop, best loop?|
The Great Recession turned out to be a pretty good thing for Chicago's West Loop. Since 2008, when the housing market collapsed, the neighborhood emerged like a phoenix from the ashes as one of the hottest in the city. These days, the former urban warehouse and manufacturing district is the trendiest...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Real estate Apartment Condominium Chicago Loop Housing cooperative Near North Side Chicago Renting Community areas of Chicago
|Henderson police investigating homicide at apartment complex|
A body was found at an apartment complex near East Warm Springs Road and Center Street.
-1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Apartment
|2 deaths at Maple Shade apartment complex under investigation|
Authorities are investigating after two people were found dead at a Maple Shade apartment complex on Thursday night.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Burlington County New Jersey Apartment Condominium The Philadelphia Inquirer Risk Victim The Inquirer Subscription business model
|Suspect identified in deadly Wisconsin shooting spree|
A suspect arrested in connection with the shooting deaths of four people on Wednesday is a Wisconsin man who was targeting his estranged wife, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin has learned.
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Police Detective Constable Marathon County Wisconsin Sheriff Marriage Criminal Investigation Department Apartment
|In Flint, tenants suffer with shutoff of water|
At Lakeside Apartments in northeast Flint, losing water service is the latest in a series of disappointments
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Renting Landlord Real estate Apartment Lease Property Rental agreement Genesee County Michigan
|Cop among 4 dead in Wisconsin shooting rampage|
One shooter killed four people across three crime scenes in three small Wisconsin towns before being taken into custody following a standoff with a SWAT team. A police officer is among the dead. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Police Wausau Wisconsin Associated Press Marathon County Wisconsin SWAT Apartment Criminal Investigation Department Constable
|Infants found dead in South Jersey apartment complex|
"My twins, they’re like purple," the infants' mother told 911 dispatchers. "They’re not breathing.”
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Apartment House Condominium Bedroom Real estate
|BB gun used to break windows in four houses; squatter claims apartment guest suite: Berea police blotter|
Windows in four houses were broken or cracked between March 17 and early March 19. A BB gun was used to break at least three of the windows. Also, an unwanted lodger occupied a guest suite earlier this month in Talibrook Apartments on Front Street. Carol Kovach, special to Sun News Criminal damaging, West Street-Race Street-Crossbrook Drive: Windows in four houses - two on West and one on both Race and Crossbrook - were broken or cracked between March 17 and early March 19. A BB gun was used to break at least three of the windows. In one of the homes on West, the victim was watching television at about 8:30 p.m. March 17 when she heard two objects hit her living-room window. She found two BB's on the windowsill. The second victim on West called police March 19 about a broken window in her house. She wasn't sure when the window was broken. On Race, the victim heard noises in front of his home at about 8:45 p.m. March 18, then noticed three holes in his front window. Police found BB's in the windowsill. The victim on Crossbrook called police at about 9 p.m. March 18 after hearing objects hit his front window. He believed a BB gun was used but police didn't find the BB's. Breaking & entering, Front Street: An unwanted lodger occupied a guest suite earlier this month in Talibrook Apartments, 478 Front. On March 13, apartment staff found that someone had showered and used all the toiletries in the suite. Also, packets of ramen noodles and a burnt candle had been left on the floor. The apartment manager investigated and learned that the suite "had not been properly secured" prior to March 13, so staff made sure the suite was completely locked. Then, on March 20, staff noticed that a screen in the guest apartment had been broken and the door pried open. More ramen noodle packets were on the floor, and someone had used apartment towels in lieu of toilet paper. Police said they would patrol the area. Burglary, Crescent Drive: More than $1,000 in paper money and rolled coins and nickels were stolen late March 19 or early March 20 from a house. The victim woke up the morning of March 20 and felt a draft in the house. He noticed that cupboards - where he had stored money related to his vending machine business - were open, and the money was gone. The victim told police he had locked his front door before going to bed March 19. Police found a crank window open in the rear of the house. Muddy footprints had been left near the cupboards. Failure to stop after accident-operating a vehicle under the influence, Pulaski Street: A Berea man, 31, was arrested March 17 after the Honda Civic he was driving rear-ended a Ford on Pulaski at High Street. The victim said he was driving on eastbound Pulaski at about 10:30 p.m. He pulled over to park on the right side of the road, just short of High Street. The victim checked his rear-view mirror and saw the Civic coast into the rear end of his car. The Civic's driver had his head down, as if he were asleep, before the collision. The victim and his girlfriend, who was in the passenger seat, stepped out of their car and told the man he should not be driving. The man became angry and backed up his car, nearly hitting the victim's girlfriend. Then the man drove forward, almost hitting the victim, and sped away. The victim recognized the man and told police he lived on Sprague Road. Police went to the man's apartment building and saw the Honda Civic, which had a damaged front bumper and bent license-plate bracket. The man walked out of the building and said to police, "I assume you guys are here for me." He tossed a BB handgun into the snow, saying he carried the weapon because someone was following him. Criminal damaging, Front Street: Someone smashed the side mirror and dented the roof of an Acura TL parked outside Hamilton House apartments, 375 Front Street. The damage was reported at about 4 p.m. March 17. Police found dirt and debris on the car's trunk and roof, indicating that someone had climbed on top of the car. Operating a vehicle under the influence, Prospect Street: A Berea woman, 46, was arrested at about 3 a.m. March 18 after police saw her Ford Focus almost hit a curb and travel left of center on Prospect near Crosby Street. The woman told police she was trying to turn on her fog lights and access her Bluetooth, which caused her to drive erratically. She said was looking for a place to eat because she had "the munchies." Police smelled marijuana in her car. She tried to hide hypodermic needles with heroin residue in her hand. Officers found a bottle of wine in her trunk. The woman later admitted using heroin and swallowing sleeping pills. Theft, East Grand Street: A TV and Epson projector were stolen between March 13-18 from a vehicle parked in a lot outside Baldwin Wallace University's Carmel Hall. The victim believed he had locked the vehicle but there were no signs of a break-in. Operating a vehicle under the influence, West Bagley Road: A Columbia Station man, 48, was arrested at about 2:30 a.m. March 11 after police saw his Jeep Grand Cherokee drift out if its lane and travel straight through a left-turn lane on West Bagley. At first the man told police he had not consumed any alcoholic beverages. Then he admitted drinking one beer and a glass of wine with dinner the previous evening. Operating a vehicle under the influence, North Rocky River Drive: A Lorain man, 37, was arrested at about 11:55 p.m. March 10 after police saw his Chrysler Pacifica weaving on North Rocky River near Emerson Drive. The man also nearly stopped at a green light. The man told police he had consumed two beers. Operating a vehicle under the influence, Front Street: A Brunswick man, 32, was arrested at about 1 a.m. March 17 after police saw his Jeep Wrangler weave, jerk and drift left of center on Front near Fifth Avenue. The man smelled of alcohol but when asked if he had been drinking, he said, "No, not at all." Police later found beer in the Jeep. To comment on this story, please visit Thursday's crime and courts comments page.
-1 points by The Plain Dealer | Ramen Honda Civic Jeep Grand Cherokee House Apartment Jeep Instant noodles Honda
|The High Line divides neighborhood along class lines|
The co-creator of the High Line, who claimed he had shafted the residents of Chelsea with his world-renowned park has in fact divided the neighborhood — with wealthy apartment dwellers moaning about the crowds but residents of the Chelsea-Elliot housing project loving the high life. Last week, Robert Hammond told the CityLab site he had...
68 points by New York Post | Renting House Apartment Hotel Chelsea Rental agreement Real estate 23rd Street High Line
|Details emerge as student, 18, held without bail in Brighton Park shooting that left 3 dead|
A Cook County Judge on Saturday ordered held without bail an 18-year-old high school student in connection with a failed drug heist that ended with five people shot, three fatally. Three days after the shooting in a Southwest Side home in the Brighton Park neighborhood, Torrence Reese, of the 900...
30 points by Chicago Tribune | Apartment Cook County Illinois Academy Award for Best Picture Academy Award for Best Actor Ballistic trauma Bedroom Academy Award for Best Actress Tower block
|Could Detroit soon have too many new apartments?|
After years of market-rate apartment scarcity in greater downtown Detroit, supply is starting to catch up with demand.
447 points by Detroit Free Press | Apartment Renting Real estate Detroit House Penthouse apartment Studio apartment Basement apartment
|Man practicing Parkour falls 40 feet down chimney in Denver|
DENVER (AP) - A 26-year-old man says he was making an action video with friends when he fell 40 feet down the chimney of a downtown Denver apartment building. Dustin Hinkle tells KCNC-TV (https://goo.gl/DJSZVB ) that he and a couple of friends were making a Parkour video on the roof ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Brick Fence House Fall Apartment
|Gas leaks discovered at Medina apartment complex involved in fatal explosion|
Medina Fire Chief Bob Painter said Columbia Gas of Ohio was called back to the scene at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Watch video MEDINA, Ohio - Columbia Gas of Ohio and Medina Fire Department discovered several gas leaks at Medina Village Apartments almost a week after a fatal apartment explosion killed an 18-year-old bedridden man. Medina Fire Chief Bob Painter said the department called the gas company back to the complex about 10 a.m. Wednesday after a resident complained of a natural gas smell. Investigators discovered that six of the eight units in one building had leaks. Columbia Gas was expected to check all of the buildings for leaks, Dan Gladish of the Medina Building Services and Code Enforcement office said. Several stoves and gas heaters were red tagged for leaks, Painter said. Columbia Gas and the fire department officials went building to building to check for more leaks. The investigators shut off gas to the apartments which means there is no hot water and heat for residents, Painter said. Some residents abandoned their apartments because they don't feel safe. Workers discovered that some gas lines were uncapped, while others found a small leak by a stove and gas lines with a missing valve, Painter said. Painter couldn't give the total number of leaks found during their investigator. The apartment's management company, Integrity Realty Group, is responsible for addressing the maintenance issues, Gladish said. Attempts to reach Integrity Realty Group were unsuccessful. Once the lines inside the apartments are repaired, crews will restore the gas and conduct an inspection to make sure appliance and house lines are safe, Columbia Gas said in a statement. The company added that the explosion didn't damage the gas mains connected to the apartment complex. The explosion happened about 3:15 a.m. Feb. 9 at the apartment complex on Springbrook Road. The teen who died as been identified as Jacob Drake. Drake's parents suffered burns over 80 percent of their bodies. They were still listed in critical condition as of Thursday afternoon, a MetroHealth spokeswoman confirmed.
-2 points by The Plain Dealer | House Real estate Condominium Natural gas Apartment Leak
|Beacon apartment tower in downtown Cleveland aims for spring construction start (photos)|
Stark Enterprises received another round of design approvals Thursday for the 187-unit apartment building planned on Euclid Avenue. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A city design-review committee greenlighted refined plans Thursday for a 187-unit apartment tower on Euclid Avenue, where developer Stark Enterprises hopes to start construction in the spring. The basics of the Beacon project, a 19-story residential building that will perch atop the 515 Euclid parking garage downtown, haven't changed. But some aesthetic details have shifted since Stark obtained more preliminary design approvals in September. The most notable adjustment is the color. The metal-clad tower still has an ombre look, transitioning from deeper tones at the base to lighter ones toward the top. But the original reddish-brown palette is gone. The Beacon has morphed into a bronze-to-silvery building - a switch that some members of the Downtown-Flats Design Review Committee didn't love. "With the red colors, we really had concerns, and so did our architects, about it becoming pink. A giant, pink building," said Rebecca Hegyes, vice president of development for Cleveland-based Stark. "That is not something that we were interested in." Committee members described the earlier look as more "vibrant" and expressed concerns that the sparkly metallic coating on the metal panels will become more muted with time and exposure to downtown smog and grime. "You've got a choice between giant pink and giant grey," said Thomas Zarfoss, a landscape architect who sits on the committee. Architect Jeffrey Bogart questioned how often Stark will have to clean the building to maintain its sheen. "You've got a bunch of professionals up here telling you that we don't think this neutral, beige-colored building is going to stand the test of time," he said, though he ultimately joined his colleagues in giving the designs a thumbs-up. "We pride ourselves on our product and how it looks," Hegyes said of Stark, the developer and manager of projects including Crocker Park in Westlake and Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere. "I can't overstate the amount of time we've spent looking at color palettes," she told the committee. Architects at Boston-based Nadaaa and Westlake Reed Leskosky in Cleveland also tweaked the lighting scheme and the layout of the building's roof, where mechanical areas will be partially concealed behind a screen and residents will have access to a party room, outdoor deck and small dog park. Some of those changes were responses to earlier feedback from the design-review committee and the Cleveland City Planning Commission. Other adjustments, such as eliminating a canopy over the storefronts and residential entrance on Euclid, were driven by cost-cutting, said Joshua Haney of Westlake Reed Leskosky. "Overall, I think it's fantastic," committee member Tom Yablonsky said, noting that nearly 600 apartments are coming online or being planned along East Sixth Street between the Leader Building and Garfield Building redevelopments and the Beacon. Stark, which separately is pursuing a much larger project called nuCLEus barely a block away, aims to close on financing for the Beacon in late April or early May and start construction soon after. If that schedule holds, the apartments will be complete in fall of 2018, Hegyes said. The planning commission is scheduled to review the Beacon designs Friday.
10 points by The Plain Dealer | Cleveland Cuyahoga County Ohio Architect Construction Pink Floyd Apartment
|Concrete slab tilts on SF high-rise; 16 buildings evacuated|
Sixteen office buildings were evacuated and several streets were shut down in San Francisco during rush hour Wednesday afternoon after a crane malfunctioned and a giant concrete slab started tilting atop a skyscraper under construction. San Francisco Fire Department spokesman Jonathan Baxter said...
15 points by Los Angeles Times | Building Real estate Construction House Apartment General contractor High-rise Architect
|Micro-housing fears drive Denver chttps://www.denverpost.com/2017/02/14/?preview=trueouncil members’ calls for stricter changes to parking exemptions|
Denver City Council members are nearing the end of a seven-month moratorium on the city's small-lot parking exemption. But agreeing on a fix may not be easy.
130 points by The Denver Post | Councillor City council Parking Denver Parking space Apartment Colfax Avenue Proposals
|Berkeley considers tiny apartments for homeless|
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - City officials in Berkeley are considering helping low-income homeless people find a place to stay with tiny assisted-living apartment units. KNTV-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2lPgxHi ) that the City Council is considering a proposal to house some homeless people in prefabricated "micro-unit" buildings. The buildings would feature 160-square-foot ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Apartment Real estate House English-language films Poverty Studio apartment Renting San Francisco Bay Area
|Chicago's downtown apartment construction boom may be nearing peak|
The massive apartment construction boom in downtown Chicago is starting to show signs of saturation, and rents will likely start to decline by fall, Appraisal Research Counselors reported Tuesday. Rents fell about 14.7 percent during the fourth quarter to $2.89 a square foot for the top-quality,...
115 points by Chicago Tribune | Renting Apartment Condominium Rental agreement Real estate Building Leasing Housing cooperative
|Jules Wainstein’s estranged hubby ordered to sell UWS penthouse|
Former “Real Housewives of New York” star Jules Wainstein’s estranged husband, Michael Wainstein, must look for a new home.
14 points by New York Post | New York City Jury Supreme Court of the United States Upper West Side Real estate United States Apartment New Jersey
|Person in critical condition after jumping from Brooklyn building|
First responders raced to a Brooklyn housing project early Tuesday after someone leapt from an eight-story apartment tower, officials said.
580 points by Daily News | Brooklyn Linden Boulevard New York City Apartment Housing estate East New York Brooklyn Queens Real estate
|Inside Bethenny Frankel’s growing real-estate empire|
Ms. Frankel has acquired three new homes in the past four years: a loft in Soho, a house in the Hamptons and a rented Soho apartment.
-2 points by New York Post | Apartment Real estate The Real Housewives of New York City House Jim Beam Condominium Desperate Housewives Bedroom
|Dryer at Columbia apartment complex burns|
A dryer fire was reported at an apartment complex in Columbia early Tuesday, Howard County fire officials said.Fire crews responded to the 5300 block of Harpers Farm Road before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, where the apartment building had been evacuated after a fire in a dryer unit, according to the Howard...
4 points by Baltimore Sun | House Real estate Traffic Apartment Condominium Urban planning
|Neighbors voice concern about proposed development near Lake Roland|
With hundreds of wooded acres, walking trails and a dog park, Lake Roland Park has served as a green retreat for Robert Macht and others for years. Now a Baltimore developer's plan to turn a sleepy Falls Road shopping strip that backs into the park into a bustling "village," with restaurants, offices...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Baltimore County Maryland Zoning Parking Parking space Road Apartment
|S.C. firefighter delivers baby girl on emergency call, adopts her|
A firefighter was working through a slow day at his Myrtle Beach fire station when he received a call that would change his entire life.
7172 points by Daily News | Pregnancy Adoption Infant Childbirth Woman Apartment Mother Harley Allen
|No arrests made in Euclid fatal stabbing investigation|
No arrests have been made in the investigation into a fatal stabbing that happened last month at a Euclid apartment complex, police said. EUCLID, Ohio - No arrests have been made in a fatal stabbing at a Euclid apartment complex, police said. Cheryl Denise Hill, 57, was found dead Jan. 16 at the Cultural Gardens Apartments on Lakeshore Boulevard. Her death has been ruled a homicide, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office said. Hill died of a stab wound to the thorax with a heart injury and manual strangulation, the medical examiner's office said. An apartment manager found her unresponsive just after 10 a.m. A family member requested a welfare check that day, police said Friday. Detectives have not released any additional information about the killing. The investigation is ongoing, police said Friday. If you'd like to comment on this story, visit Friday's crime and courts comments section.
5 points by The Plain Dealer | Death Apartment Cuyahoga County Ohio Police
|9 left homeless after massive Oak Park apartment fire|
At least nine people were left homeless when a massive fire tore through an apartment building early Friday in west suburban Oak Park.
46 points by Chicago Sun-Times | House Real estate American Red Cross Distress signal Apartment Department store