Monthly Archives: April 2007

Liberty Lofts | An “Outstanding Example” Of Sustainable Development

ANN ARBOR, MI – The qualities that earned Liberty Lofts the Ann Arbor Historic District Commission’s Adaptive Reuse Award for 2006-2007 make it an “outstanding example of sustainable development,” according to an Ann Arbor city planner. Jeff Kahan, who teaches sustainable land use at the University of Michigan, said, “Liberty Lofts is as good an…
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Condo Sales Set in River North

MODEL NOTES Sales are under way and a model is open for viewing at The Superior at LaSalle, a 14-story condominium development located at 150 W. Superior St. in River North. The architecturally sleek building offers residences with floor-to-ceiling thermal pane windows, 9 1/2-foot to 15-foot ceiling heights, GE SmartHome technology with all-in-one video and…
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SkyLofts MarketSquare | There IS a Doctor in the House

ROYAL OAK, MI – Three young medical professionals working long and irregular hours have discovered that SkyLofts MarketSquare gives them convenience and safety, with fast access to dining, entertainment and downtown atmosphere whenever they choose. Christine Climie, 30, works as a family practice physician in a Southgate clinic affiliated with the Oakwood Healthcare System.  When…
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The Changing Face of Downtown Oak Lawn

Cathy Murray can remember a very different downtown Oak Lawn from the one she sees today. “We used to be a town that people drove through on their way to the country in Orland Park,” says the 25-year resident of the south suburb. “People would say, “Oak Lawn? Where’s that?” But now I hear, “Oh,…
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Welcome Home

U.S. Marine Matt McCarthy had been back from the war in Iraq less than two weeks last October when he bought his first home—a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath “Buckley” design on the second floor at Prairie Town Center. “The opportunity just fell into my lap,” says 24-year-old McCarthy, a corporal who had just completed a seven-month tour…
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