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    Norfolk Southern sold Gulch property to developer CIM Group for $115 million
    Norfolk Southern Corp. sold its land in Atlanta?s ?Gulch? for $115 million, one of the highest prices paid for a downtown development site in recent memory, according to local real estate information firm Databank Inc. The transaction details were released by Databank on Dec. 11. Los Angeles developer CIM Group paid slightly more than $7 million an acre for the 16.3 acres Norfolk Southern owned in the Gulch, a collection of parking lots and railroads between downtown attractions Mercedes-Benz?


    Housing market research firms Metrostudy and Meyers Research merge
    A New York private equity firm has bought and consolidated the parent companies of two housing research firms active in the Houston market, Metrostudy and Meyers Research. MidOcean Partners announced Dec. 12 it acquired Washington, D.C.-based Hanley Wood LLC and California-based Meyers Research LLC, which was a subsidiary of global real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson. The deal will combine both the data products of Metrostudy and Meyers Research?s Zonda platform, to offer ?data?


    Want to buy a home in Aspen, Boulder or Washington Park? Here's how much you'll need to earn.
    If you're thinking about buying a home in one of Colorado's priciest neighborhoods, there's a good chance you have at least a six-figure salary to your name. In case you don't, here's confirmation that the price of entry for Colorado's most desirable neighborhoods isn't cheap. The 25 most expensive ZIP codes in Colorado demand minimum salaries ranging from roughly $120,000 to $200,000 in order to afford the median home price, according to a Business Journals analysis of more than 15,000 ZIP codes?


    Birmingham homebuilder unveils new office
    Birmingham homebuilder Harris Doyle recently moved into a brand new custom office. The company built a new construction building to house its team as well as a design showroom at 3111 Timberlake Road in the Blue Lake area of Vestavia Hills near Patchwork Farms. You can see images from the new Harris Doyle space in the gallery above. The office project allowed the growing company, which was acquired by Clayton Properties Group in 2017, to have more space for its employees as well to cater to buyers?


    Triad apartments sell for $21.25 million to familiar buyer
    Arcan Capital of Marietta, Georgia, bought Northwinds Apartments at 1373 Lees Chapel Road in northeast Greensboro from an LLC connected to Southwood Realty of Gastonia.


    Milwaukee-area 2018 home sales will finish about even with 2017
    Total homes sales in the four-county Milwaukee region this year will be about the same as 2017, according to numbers from the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors. So far, there were 19,346 sales between January and November of 2018, compared with 19,402 for the same period in 2017, despite there being fewer homes on the market in 2017. A recent uptick in sales could help put 2018 within 1 percent of last year's total. In November, sales were up 0.6 percent in the four-county area, the?


    What it takes to afford a home in the priciest Twin Cities neighborhoods
    Edina, Wayzata and Shorewood have median home values of $757,900, $596,800 and $558,500. Here's how much you have to earn to afford to live there and seven other exclusive Twin Cities housing markets.


    Want to buy a home in your dream Nashville neighborhood? Here's what you need to earn.
    To see what is driving the wave of California residents moving out of the state, look no further than the price of housing; the Golden State dominates the list of U.S. neighborhoods with the most expensive home values. Of the top 20 U.S. ZIP codes with the highest median home value, 15 are located in California. The Bay Area city of Atherton, ZIP code 94027, was tops on the list with a median home value of $6.8 million, according to research compiled by Zillow Group (Nasdaq: Z). That?s about?


    Baltimore's $20 million affordable housing fund becomes official
    The city's renewed push for development of more affordable housing units took a giant step forward Wednesday. An 11-member commission was appointed to oversee the effort by Mayor Catherine Pugh, who established a $20 million affordable housing trust fund Wednesday by signing a law passed recently by the City Council. "We want to make sure we have housing for anyone who lives in this city," Pugh said. "This is a path to lifting most of our city residents." The commission includes private developer?


    Bullish investor snaps up midtown Phoenix apartment
    The complex, which is in the popular central corridor, had already changed hands in 2017.