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    Google-leased property poised for 300 new residential units in Mountain View sells at big premium
    The sale comes as the 7.15-acre site and Mountain View?s entire Terra Bella neighborhood is poised for big transformation.

    Houston-based multifamily developer names first CEO
    Allied Orion Group, a Houston-based multifamily investment, construction and property management firm, announced that it has created a new leadership role to oversee the company and plan for the future. The firm named Ricardo Rivas as CEO, according to a March 19 press release. In this newly created position, Rivas will oversee the overall operations of the firm, lead the executive management team and establish business relationships to expand the company. Rivas joined Allied Orion in 2001,?

    Apartments planned for $300M Legacy Central development
    With offerings ranging from a massive food hall to Toyota?s North American headquarters, leisure and business visitors are flocking to Plano. Now, developers are hoping to keep those visitors in the city with apartments planned on a former Texas Instruments campus. Trammel Crow Residential plans to build a 5-story apartment complex at Legacy Central, a $300 million refresh of TI?s former Plano facility, reports the Dallas Morning News. The mixed-use development is located at I-75 and Legacy?

    Buffalo ranks third nationally for millennial homebuyers, study finds
    A look at the buying patterns of millennials by LendingTree puts Buffalo near the top of the top 100 largest cities. The nation?s leading online loan marketplace ranks Buffalo third, behind only Des Moines, Iowa and Pittsburgh LendingTree analyzed mortgage requests and offers for borrowers ages 35 years and under between Feb. 1, 2017 and Feb. 1, 2018, along with requests from the total population of mortgage-seekers based on the location of the property to be mortgaged. The rankings are generated?

    42-unit apartment building approved for Jeffrey Park development in Italian Village
    The Italian Village Commission approved the next building in the substantial Jeffrey Park development just north of Downtown ? a 42-unit apartment building at 750 N. 4th St. Jeffrey Park is the 41-acre site that Wagenbrenner Development has been building out for years. Rob Harris, an architect for Wagenbrenner, said the building would give the appearance of condos or townhomes in its raised appearance. And a proposal to add a grass-covered roof over at least part of the parking lot also was?

    SABJ presents the top Real Estate Agents for the 2018 Residential Real Estate Awards
    The San Antonio Business Journal will recognize the Top 100 Residential Real Agents and Teams in San Antonio, determined by gross closed sales volume in 2017, at an awards presentation on April 18 at Pearl Stable in the following categories: Luxury Real Estate Agents, Individual Agents, Residential Real Estate Teams and Farm & Ranch Agents. Two weeks ago, we revealed the top agents and teams in all four categories in alphabetical order exclusively to subscribers and so far this week, we've revealed?

    Top of the Market: Memphis area's 5 most expensive listings
    Since the beginning of the year, a spate of million-dollar homes has sold in the Memphis area. It started, seemingly, with Richard Smith selling an 8,200-square-foot home in East Memphis for $1.9 million in early January. It continued with the sale that same month of a 15,000-square-foot Collierville home for $1.25 million and a 5,300-square-foot Germantown home for $1 million. In February and March, the sales continued: $1.6 million for a 7,400-square-foot home next to Highpoint Church in East?

    Local firm buys Northeast San Antonio apartment complex
    Local multifamily investment firm DJE Texas Management Group bought its fourth value-add property in San Antonio. The 106-unit Terrace Apartments sits on 5.3-acres at 11300 Roszell St. in Northeast San Antonio. Built in 1974, the complex includes a mix of one, two and three-bedroom units, as well as a pool, two laundry facilities, a playground, gated access, picnic areas and a business center. While the purchase price was not disclosed, the Bexar County Appraisal District most recently assessed?

    Portland developers could collect tax breaks through expanded affordable housing program
    Looking to encourage more affordable housing development, the city is looking to expand a tax exemption program for new projects.

    Exclusive: Butler service included in the rent at this new high-end luxury apartment tower in SoMa
    The competition for renters in this city is heating up so much that a new San Francisco apartment tower offers butler service included in the rent. Developer Hines offers a service known as "Hello, Alfred" that provides weekly cleaning and grocery delivery services at its new 33 Tehama Street tower. The butler service is also on call to organize closets or pantries, run errands, order catering for a dinner party or score theater tickets, all for an additional fee. ?This is a whole new level?