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International Business Park in Carrollton is set to add new retail spaces by year-end, featuring amenities like drive-throughs, patios, and green spaces, at a development cost of $3 million.
McDonald's is working on a second "On-The-Go" drive-thru location in North Texas, to be completed by August, focusing on speed and convenience without a dine-in option.
Mill Creek Residential has started preleasing for Modera Trinity, a luxury seven-story apartment complex in West Dallas, featuring high-end amenities and skyline views, set to welcome residents soon.
San Antonio residents are invited to attend public sessions and provide input on potential City Charter changes, including ethics, council compensation, and City Manager tenure.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is beginning the Highway 9 expansion project in Milton, set to continue through 2027, with landscaping and utility work included.
A colorful 4,160-square-foot South End townhouse, renovated by C&J Katz Studio and listed for $6.5 million, combines historic charm with modern luxury and vibrant hues.
The City of Newnan has initiated the Murray Street Project to provide affordable housing, funded partly by the ARPA, with a ceremony acknowledging the community's effort.
Brooklyn Park is updating its zoning regulations and land use policies, a first since 2000. Officials invite residents to help shape the future of the city by participating in public hearings and providing input online.
The Daly City Council approved JUHSD's redevelopment of the Serramonte Del Rey Campus to include more affordable housing and amenities. Mayor Manalo supports the project's benefits, which include local jobs and a childcare facility.
The Woodlands Township has initiated a task force to address rising homelessness, aiming to assess the local situation and improve public safety and access to social services.
Austin is inaugurating a new joint Fire/EMS station, the Goodnight Ranch Fire/EMS Station, to improve emergency response in Southeast Austin on February 29th.
Metro Phoenix home prices set a new record despite high mortgage rates, with the median reaching $455,000 and January's average at $590,845. Inventory remains below normal levels but is healthier than last year's historical low.
Philadelphia teachers are protesting a discipline policy regarding the use of their 10 sick days, arguing that it forces them to work while ill and doesn't consider their health needs.