As the number of homeless people rises in Seattle one nonprofit, Mary's Place, is leasing properties to use as shelters and permanent housing. A landlord partner is leveraging the program and putting people to work.
Ross Stores Inc. (Nasdaq: ROST) beat analysts expectations for its second quarter earnings and posted a 4 percent gain in same store sales.
Ross' earnings came in at 82 cents per share. That is up from 71 cents a year ago and beat Wall Street expectations of 77 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters.
That sent Ross’ stock up almost 11 percent in Friday trading where most investors started off nervous about President Donald Trump’s agenda and the Barcelona terrorism attack, but were later…
After a merger last year, Komatsu Southwest was already setting up a New Mexico presence, having bought three New Mexico branches of a machinery equipment company. Now it is looking to establish more permanence in the state with the purchase and renovation of its Albuquerque headquarters.
It has been nearly a year since the Chicago-based construction and mining machinery company purchased four Road Machinery Inc. locations, three of them in New Mexico. Phoenix-based Road Machinery Inc. was leasing…
An Austin energy consultancy has filed suit against developer Chris Milam, alleging he took their trade secrets and then fired them. Meanwhile, the controversial entertainment venue project at The Backyard in in limbo.
Bulldozers, backhoes and construction crews are "turning sand" along State Highway 361 in Port Aransas where the $1.3 billion expansion of the beachfront master-planned community Cinnamon Shore is underway.
Click the slideshow to see the new development in Cinnamon Shore
The project is the second of three master-planned communities by Port Aransas-based developer Sea Oats Group on Mustang Island.
Located along the gulf side of the island, Cinnamon Shore's "classic coastal architecture" and…
A massive project to redevelop Loveman Village, a public housing property in Titusville, should break ground in a couple of months.
The Birmingham Times reports that Housing Authority of the Birmingham District officials, along with those from the city of Birmingham and Hollyhand Development, said this week that they expect to begin work soon.
As previously reported, HABD plans to redevelop Loveman Village into a less dense community that resembles the surrounding neighborhood. The project also…
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