Golden Valley Real Estate News
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Thursday Dec 11 | via Star Tribune
Just Listed brings you the latest news and information from the Twin Cities-area commercial and residential real estate market and beyond from veteran reporters Jim Buchta and Kristen Leigh Painter. L&H Station Development is moving through the city of Minneapolis approval process with its mixed-use project that could redefine the lightrail stop and intersection at Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue. Comment?
Saturday Nov 22 | via Star Tribune
Aeon CEO Alan Arthur and Hope Community head Mary Keefe have worked together to redevelop Minneapolis' Franklin and Portland intersection. Nearly 15 years ago, Alan Arthur, CEO of community developer Aeon, met with members of the neighborhood organization Hope Community about turning around the blighted corner of E. Franklin and Portland avenues in south Minneapolis . Comment?
Nov 20, 2014 | via Star Tribune
When I visited Lucy Craft Laney School in Minneapolis a few weeks ago, Principal Mauri Melander told me one of the biggest challenges her students face is homelessness. Up to 20 percent are homeless. Comment?
Oct 1, 2014 | via Business Journal
Owner Mike McCaw paid $750,000 for the 13,000-square-foot building at 917 Fifth St. N. where he will expand his fast-growing firm. His firm now operates out of a 2,600-square-foot headquarters at 1121 Jackson St. NE., which it will keep. Comment?
Sep 26, 2014 | via Politico
STATES USE IT TO INTEGRATE MEDICAID WITH OTHER SERVICES : David Pittman reports: Renting an apartment for a month costs less than a day in the hospital, so Minneapolis Medicaid officials have made a shrewd calculation. Instead of waiting for their poorest, chronically ill patients to get sick enough to go to the hospital, officials provide housing for them so the patients can take care of themselves and avoid acute episodes. Comment?
Friday Dec 19 | via Star Tribune
Grant money for programs to fight teen pregnancy and provide housing for the poor went for handbags, designer jeans, and a son's rent, etc. The two nonprofit programs for poor Minnesotans that Roberta Barnes started up in 2002 and 2008 touched the heartstrings and she was rewarded with $1.7 million in state grant funds to underwrite her efforts. Comment?
Thursday Dec 18 | via KSTP
A St. Paul woman pleaded guilty to using two non-profits to steal almost $500,000 in state and federal grants, the U.S. Attorneys Office said. Barnes obtained $1.7 million in grants from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency through her nonprofits with promises to use the money for philanthropic purposes. Comment?
Thursday Dec 18 | via Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal
As I see it, the real point at issue here is that Alan Blinder on the one hand and Jeff Madrick and Arnold Packer on the other have very different ideas of what the "mainstream" of modern American economics is. Alan Blinder believes that the "mainstream" is his brand of economics--MIT-Princeton-Berkeley. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via TwinCities
Minnesota patients seeking medical marijuana come July 1 can expect monthly bills of $100 to $500 for their treatment, according to estimates from the state's manufacturers. With no hope of insurance covering even a fraction of those bills, the potentially high costs will leave some patients and their children with the painful choice of cutting expenses elsewhere or forgoing a chance at relief. Comment?
May 17, 2011 | via KMBZ-AM Westwood
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Tuesday Nov 25 | via Glenwood Springs Post-Independent
Governments are two-handed creations. The more they're involved in anything, the more they give with one hand, and take away with the other. Comment?
15 min ago | via MSN Money
If you're considering selling your home in 2015, you should know that a lot has probably changed in the real estate market since you last sold. Knowing what works today - and resolving to put the tips and advice of the past to rest - will help you sell your home quickly and for top dollar. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seeking Alpha
I wrote about Annaly Capital near the start of the month to point out that the share price was dropping too far below the expected book value . In my opinion, fair value of the market securities should be a strong factor in pricing an mREIT. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seeking Alpha
WMC is kicking butt for shareholders this year in a battered sector. It remains a dividend king. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Credit.com
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