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    Architects envision apartments, grocers for Milwaukee's Uptown Crossing: Slideshow
    The Uptown Crossing neighborhood at North and Lisbon avenues in Milwaukee won recent victories toward attracting folks to visit for a good time and interesting food. Now local businesses are trying to stack up more. The Tusk restaurant opened in recent months, offering small plate and cheese boards. Vennture Brew Co. last summer opened a craft beer brewery and coffee shop. Bittercube, a Milwaukee maker of artisanal bitters, opened a tasting room. That recent activity prompted the neighborhood?s?

    HomeSpotter makes first acquisition, hires former Kidizen CEO
    Real estate tech startup HomeSpotter has completed its first acquisition, snapping up a Canadian company that makes digital tools used by real estate agents for open houses. Minneapolis-based HomeSpotter didn?t disclose terms of its deal to buy Spacio, whose mobile app serves as an alternative to the paper sign-in sheets Realtors often use to collect contact information from people touring open houses. HomeSpotter pursued Vanouver-based Spacio partly because the company's tools complement its?

    Washington Fine Properties lures new CMO away from Compass
    Washington Fine Properties has tapped Kathleen Wilks as its chief marketing officer, a newly created position. Wilks joins the D.C.-based real estate brokerage from upstart Compass Inc., which acquired her previous firm, Wydler Brothers Real Estate, in November. At Wylder, a Chevy Chase firm with $413 million in sales volume in 2017, she was president and CMO. It's just the latest move in the residential real estate market, where Compass, a New York-based brokerage with a focus on technology, is?

    Longtime Eastside Realtor Lorraine Ficken dead in double-murder-suicide
    Authorities said Lorraine Ficken and husband Bob Ficken, an author and historian, were killed Jan. 10, and that their son committed suicide five days later.

    West Midtown's giant Tilford Yard marketed for redevelopment
    CSX Corp. is marketing its sprawling railyard in West Midtown for a new redevelopment. The decision comes almost a year after it selected real estate services firm Colliers International-Atlanta for guidance on a strategy for the nearly 300-acre property, Tilford Yard. The more than 60-year-old terminal stretches just west of Marietta Road northward toward Cobb County. See the marketing video below. CSX Corp. could not be reached immediately for comment. The area around Tilford Yard is filled?

    Wyndham Championship's charitable group buys $1 million home
    The charitable group over the Triad?s Wyndham Championship has purchased a million-dollar home at Sedgefield Country Club, envisioning the property as a hospitality or similar venue that positions the golf tournament for future expansion and amenities. A deed recorded Jan. 8 shows that the Piedmont Triad Charitable Foundation purchased the home at 5400 Dorchester Road from Sandy Dean Freeman for $1,045,000.  ?We bought this house to provide room for our PGA TOUR event to grow,? Tournament?

    What experts predict for Houston's housing market in 2019
    Interest rates, affordability, oil prices and inventory will continue to be issues of concern for homebuyers, developers, builders and sellers alike.

    On the market: The most expensive homes in Wentzville
    This week?s on the market takes a look at some of the most expensive homes currently for sale in Wentzville.  In 2018, there were 831 closed home sales in Wentzville, according to Maris MLS (multiple listing service). The median sale price was $255,000, up 7.4 percent year over year. Homes stayed on the market for an average of 39 days. Here?s a sample of the priciest homes currently on the market in Wentzville:  14 Avondale Meadows Court, $1.3 million: Built in 2006, this 6,147-square-foot?

    Here are Opendoor's most popular homebuying ZIP codes in metro Phoenix
    Most of the cities that made the list are in the West Valley.

    North Carolina company buys student housing community
    While the price was not disclosed, the property was last assessed for $14.8 million.