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The Pittsburgh Business Journal covers Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania residential real estate news, whether new townhomes and apartments built in Downtown Pittsburgh and the Strip District or new homes in fast-growing parts of southwestern Pennsylvania like Cranberry Township, Peters Township, Nottingham Township, Collier Township and Ohio Township




Covid to push Hawaii home prices down, UHERO saysOpen in a New Window

Home prices in Hawaii rose in most places in August, but those gains are expected to slow as the drag on the state’s economy caused by the Covid-19 pandemic creates a higher supply of homes for sale and weaker demand, according to the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization’s latest state forecast. UHERO’s forecast, released last week, said Hawaii’s economy won’t see any “meaningful” recovery until the middle of next year under its baseline forecast and noted that the decline…


Coldwell Banker hires new Northern California presidentOpen in a New Window

The residential brokerage, originally founded in 1906 in San Francisco, has turned to a Seattle-area real estate manager to lead its Bay Area operations.


Arturo names two C-suite execs as it builds its AI-powered property data platformOpen in a New Window

The Chicago-based company named Michelle “MJ” Joseph as chief people officer and Nate Ricklin as vice president of engineering.


40 Under 40: Stacy Eakman pushes the limits for construction company growthOpen in a New Window

Stacy Eakman started Eakman Construction Co. because he needed to. Now, it's a growing company in a thriving industry.


Midtown's Press Building sold for $118 millionOpen in a New Window

SKK Developments and DeBartolo Development have sold the 277-unit Press Building in Midtown Sacramento, only a few months after finishing the project.


Investor group proposes $18M mixed-use project for Kansas City's 18th & Vine Jazz DistrictOpen in a New Window

The mixed-use One Nine Vine development represents one of several upcoming projects that could see more than $100 million in private dollars invested within the 18th & Vine Jazz District.


Here’s how the Dallas-Fort Worth and Texas condo and townhome markets are holding upOpen in a New Window

Dallas-Fort Worth condo and townhome sales are down slightly during the pandemic, but that could be turning around in a big way soon.


New owners want to restore Rockefeller Building in downtown Cleveland to its 'glory days'Open in a New Window

Oil baron John D. Rockefeller built the building between 1903 and 1905 and "housed offices of iron, coal and lake-shipping concerns" there, according to the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History.


$35 million apartment complex debuts in Louisville after controversy, lengthy delaysOpen in a New Window

A $35 million apartment complex delayed by a lengthy legal battle is now leasing its first units.


Real estate industry faces cyber threats as hacking risesOpen in a New Window

The FBI saw a 200% increase in cyber complaints after the start of the pandemic.


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