These spots are pouring libations for takeout during the coronavirus pandemic. By Meaghan Habuda and Helen Freund Published Mar. 23, 2020 Updated Mar. 30 Trophy Fish As part of its new Curbside Cocktail menu, the Grand Central District bar and restaurant is now serving an abbreviated drink list composed of some long-running favorites, including Pistachio Mai Tais, Salty Dogs, Fin and Tonics, and Calm Before….
Check out the exclusive Metrostudy data underlying many an M&A conversation going on now among builders. Will COVID-19 impact deals? By John McManus One of the English language’s tiniest, 2-letter words contains countless multitudes of meanings. As coronavirus calculus courses through the economy at a rate blistering enough to make even a supercomputer smoke, the word is unavoidable. If. The word,….
PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 25, 2020 BY SYDNEY LAKE Reston-based construction company Stanley-Martin Communities LLC will acquire the home-building assets of Lexington, South Carolina-based home-building company Essex Homes in North Carolina and South Carolina in a deal expected to close by the end of the month. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Stanley-Martin — a subsidiary of a Japanese firm,….
Transaction Enables Stanley Martin Homes to Expand into Additional Metro Areas in the Southeast RESTON, Va., Feb. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Stanley-Martin Communities, LLC announced today it has entered into an agreement to acquire the homebuilding assets of Essex Homes in North Carolina and South Carolina. The transaction is expected to close by the end of February 2020. Columbia-based Essex Homes was founded in 1985 in Aiken, South….
Builders, remodelers, manufacturers, and market watchers share their predictions for home building in the near future. By Joe Bousquin After briefly peering into the abyss at the start of last year due to the housing pullback of late 2018, home builders were much more upbeat heading into 2020. Indeed, the NAHB Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, a measure of builder confidence,….
City Hall received development proposals for its Municipal Services Center from Blake Investment Partners, Echelon, Lincoln Property Co., and Allen Morris. It asked for proposals after a fifth company, Property Management Group, made an unsolicited bid. The city of St. Petersburg has received two offers for the Municipal Services Center on Central Avenue at Fourth Street N. (Google street view)….