Are Homes With Private Swimming Pools in Dale City Common?

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Summer is over and for many it one without getting an opportunity to take a dip in a pool. While the vast majority of folks have access to a community pool, COVID-19 social distancing restrictions severely limited access to these community pools this past summer. Although, both Pfizer and Moderna announced promising test results with a COVID-19 vaccine, it may be well past next summer before the vaccine can be mass produced and readily available to the public, compelling folks to go another year without a dip in the pool.

Of course, there are homes that come with their own private swimming pool and in this article we analyzed the detached homes that sold in 2019 and 2020 in Dale City that have their own private swimming pool. We wanted to get a sense

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Stephon Gilmore: House went up for sale because ‘I just wanted to move to the city’

At least he answered the question.

Whether you choose to take it on its face is up to you, but Stephon Gilmore provided a brief explanation as to why his home went up for sale — with a deadline for offers set for immediately after the NFL’s trade deadline.

“I just wanted to move to the city,” Gilmore said. “I like the city . . . That’s why I made that decision.”

Gilmore’s standing with the Patriots has been a topic of conversation since before the season began. He missed a portion of training camp with what was described by those close to him as a “personal matter,” but soon thereafter was handed a $5 million advance in addition to the base salary he’d already been scheduled to receive.

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The Realest Estate Expands To Moonee Valley And Darebin City Councils

South Victoria, AU – The Realest Estate has set the standards in the real estate industry for years. Serving Australians living in Victoria and surrounding areas, The Realest Estate has helped many property buyers take the stress off of their shoulders while also strategically positioning sellers for the best sale at the best prices. By popular demand, The Realest Estate is proud to announce the expansion of its service areas.

Announcing the latest expansion of its service areas. The representative for the real estate agency noted that The Realest Estate will now be addressing the real estate needs of members in Moonee Valley as well as those in the Darebin City Councils.

The latest expansion into the area brings good news to both property buyers and sellers in the newly served areas.

Tanya, the founder of the real estate agency, describing it and also speaking to the expansion effort said:

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The Realest Estate Expands To Moonee Valley And Darebin City Councils – Press Release

South Victoria, AU – The Realest Estate has set the standards in the real estate industry for years. Serving Australians living in Victoria and surrounding areas, The Realest Estate has helped many property buyers take the stress off of their shoulders while also strategically positioning sellers for the best sale at the best prices. By popular demand, The Realest Estate is proud to announce the expansion of its service areas.

Announcing the latest expansion of its service areas. The representative for the real estate agency noted that The Realest Estate will now be addressing the real estate needs of members in Moonee Valley as well as those in the Darebin City Councils.

The latest expansion into the area brings good news to both property buyers and sellers in the newly served areas.

Tanya, the founder of the real estate agency, describing it and also speaking to the expansion effort said:

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Over a year since purchasing building, Marine City looks for contractor to renovate new city hall

Marine City officials are looking for a contractor to renovate for the building slated to be the new city hall — a year and a half after the site was first purchased.



a sign on the side of a road: Marine City officials closed on a new building for city offices, located at 260 S. Parker St., moving the offices out of the Guy Community Center.


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Marine City officials closed on a new building for city offices, located at 260 S. Parker St., moving the offices out of the Guy Community Center.

On Thursday, the City Commission OK’d putting out a request for proposals for work outfitting 260 S. Parker St. The 6,500-square-feet space was previously a fitness center and needs to be redeveloped into offices and a public meeting room.

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It’s the latest step of many since commissioners began looking for alternatives to the city’s current offices, 303 S. Water St., marking 14 years of occupying what was meant to be a temporary home.

According to the RFP, renovations would include demolition, plumbing and electrical upgrades, and

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Midtown Penthouse Condo Boasts Privacy, Amazing City Views

ATLANTA, GA — With a private, rooftop terrace to take in breathtaking city views, this three-bedroom penthouse condominium offers its own two floors of renovated space to create an open concept of modern living that boasts plenty of high-end finishes.

The space includes a stunning flowing staircase, chef’s kitchen and a den that complete this must-see living environment that provides the most in private living in a setting that includes everything downtown has to offer all while also providing the privacy you’ve always coveted in an amazing environment that has to be seen to be believed.

  • Address: 199 14th St NE Apt 3003, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Price: $1,400,000
  • Square Feet: 2406
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3 Baths
  • Built: 1992
  • Features: Live above Piedmont Park’s most iconic Tower! With unparalleled & protected views from Piedmont Park to Downtown from your private rooftop terrace, featuring nearly 1000 square feet of outdoor space. Encompassing two
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City to sell East Village site for $8.5M; developer planning office campus

Kilroy Realty will buy a 20,000 square-foot, partial downtown block from the city of San Diego for $8.5 million. The acquisition will allow the firm to expand an in-the-works office project, ideally appealing to technology and life science companies who want more space for their workers in a post-COVID world.

Tuesday, City Council members voted unanimously to approve the deal for the site known as Popular Market at 951 Park Blvd. in East Village. The transaction, which is now expected to close in early 2021, will require the city to deposit proceeds into a fund reserved for subsidized housing projects.

Popular Market — located on the south side of Broadway between Park Boulevard and 13th Street — is next to the Salvation Army Family Store and is currently home to the 12th and Broadway Restaurant. It’s diagonally opposite the Smart Corner residential building and the City College Trolley Station.

The

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‘When all the parts come together it’s magic’: Condo developer and city offer refuge to Red Door shelter

For developer Chris Harhay his first memory of the old Red Door shelter plays back like a TV commercial.

He was a touring a property formerly owned by the United Church at Queen Street East and Logan Avenue in 2016 with an eye to building condos in what was then the Red Door’s quarters.

“A little kid comes out with a stuffed bear, and I looked around at the conditions of the shelter and they were less than favourable,” said Harhay. “It was in disrepair and it just pulled at your heart strings.”

He immediately thought: “I could build a great shelter for these people at less cost than the city. Here’s an opportunity to do something great.”

In the end, Harhay Developments built 122 condos above streetfront retail space.

But, in a rare confluence of civic flexibility, creativity and goodwill, a new Red Door shelter has also been incorporated

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Tech titan flees San Francisco for Florida, says city is poorly managed

Tech titan Keith Rabois announced this week that he is leaving California’s Silicon Valley and moving to the Floridian metropolis of Miami.

Rabois, formerly an executive at companies like Square and PayPal, announced the decision during Tuesday’s financial Meridian conference.

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“I think San Francisco is just so massively improperly run and managed that it’s impossible to stay here,” he told Fortune’s Robert Hackett.

A recent report from real estate firm FCP and analytics group Orbital Insight said South Florida is one of the top destinations for Americans moving during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rampant homelessness and relentless wildfires have colored the last few years for longtime Bay Area residents. The strain

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City of Norman, partners work toward affordable housing | News

The City of Norman and affordable housing organizations will chip away at a long waiting list for families in need with the construction of three houses on West Johnson and North Stewart.

The Norman City Council approved $653,820 during its Tuesday meeting to help construct three, three-bedroom homes as part of an ongoing partnership with the Norman Affordable Housing Corporation (NAHC) and the Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). Both are not-for-profit organizations dedicated to affordable and handicapped-accessible housing.

According to a staff report, the houses will be built by CHDO and the vacant lots will be donated by the NAHC to the project. Each home will be approximately 1,600 square feet with a single-car garage and will rent for approximately $800 a month. The NAHC will manage the properties. The city’s portion of the funds will come from its HOME fund account.

According to a presentation from the City of

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