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Jamestown CC eyes property for expansion
Jamestown Community College would like to acquire 127.7 acres of land adjacent to its Jamestown campus for future development.
Business First of Buffalo - by Dan Miner of Bizjournals
Half-empty downtown Phoenix high rise sells for $22 million
A group involving Sunbelt Holdings’ John Graham and a wholly-owned subsidiary of home builder Lennar Corp. paid $22 million last week to buy a half-empty, lender-owned office high rise in the heart of downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix Business Journal - by Kristena Hansen of Bizjournals
Dallas' Statler Hilton gets $43.5M in city incentives for massive redevelopment
It's finalized. The historic Statler Hilton received $43.5 million in tax increment financing funds Wednesday to help the massive $175 million redevelopment take shape. 

"I was betting on it and I thought it would (pass City Council) and it did," said John Crawford, president and CEO of Downtown Dallas Inc., which recently held its annual luncheon Tuesday. "We are thrilled it got passed. It's another step for us in the right direction and another older building being redevelope
Dallas Business Journal - by Candace Carlisle of Bizjournals
Houston-based investor buys Mesquite Town Centre
Houston-based QEH Mesquite LLC beat out a bidding war to purchase Mesquite Town Centre Plaza for an undisclosed sum.

The 209,766-square-foot retail property sits on nearly 15 acres at 1330 N. Town East Blvd. in Mesquite. It attracted multiple strong bidders, which illustrates the demand for property in the Town East trade area, said Tom Salanty, an executive director with Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc.'s Dallas capital markets group.

"Mesquite Town Centre Plaza was a
Dallas Business Journal - by Candace Carlisle of Bizjournals
Chicago-style hot dog joint, Farkles, re-opens in Honolulu's Chinatown near Grondin Restaurant
Farkles, the seven-month-old hot dog joint in Honolulu's Chinatown, has found a new home at 56 N. Hotel St. after recently leaving its digs at the corner of Hotel and Maunakea Streets when its six-month lease ended.
Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - by Jenna Blakely of Bizjournals
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