Weymouth Landing apartment design gets mixed reviews Proponents of a proposed three-story apartment complex behind Passport restaurant in Weymouth Landing say the building would meet a demand for housing by young professionals, but some residents want the design changed because the structure does not blend
SixForty in River North is pre-leasing apartments for July occupancy SixForty, an architecturally-distinctive apartment tower, has begun pre-leasing for July 1, 2017 occupancy. Studios rent from $1,898, convertibles from $2,291, 1-bedrooms from $2,747, 2-bedroom, 2-baths from $3,890 and 3-bedroom, 2-baths from $5,538.
Disciplined jails chief rents Queens apartment to satisfy residency The head of the city’s jails investigative unit, who was put on modified duty this week over claims he directed workers to spy on city probers, has come up with an unusual living arrangement to meet the residency requirement for his job. The head of
Airport Melee Follows Latest Dispute Between Airline and Its Pilots Passengers at an airport in Florida protested on Monday night after the cancellation of multiple flights, leading to a confrontation with airline employees and sheriff’s deputies who arrested three travelers while attempting to restore order. According
May 10th - 2017 Presidential Politics - Trump Administration Day #111 In an effort to keep the Daily Open Thread a little more open topic we are going to start a new daily thread for “Presidential Politics”. Please use this thread to post anything relating to the Donald Trump Administration and Presidency. This thread
Guest column: Recognizing the 3 components of business fraud As any business leader who reads the news understands, fraud and corruption exist in the business world. Sadly, the very people charged with fulfilling an organization’s mission – its employees – can also be its most significant fraud risks.
What's News: Business & Finance AT&T is suspending all of its advertising spending on Google, except for search, over concerns its ads may have run alongside controversial videos. Activist investor Elliott Management threatened to use obscure Dutch corporate rules to force Akzo
My other apartment is a public library Let there be no damn doubt about it: the library is a venue in which to be enchanted, not to mention one of the few places—if not the only place—where the mind might still wander, uninhibited and free of charge, into amazing, unknown worlds. Most often
Airline's McConathy introduced at school Newly named Airline girls’ basketball coach Lyndzee McConathy eyed her son, Myles, trying to sneak an early cupcake off the table in front of the gathering in the Airline gym on Wednesday afternoon. The theft was thwarted, but McConathy apologized anyway
Joe Scarborough to Donald Trump & Women's March: "Politics Is A Game Of Addition" On Tuesday's edition of 'Morning Joe,' MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said that neither Trump supporters or the women's marchers were playing politics effectively. "Politics is a game of addition," he said.