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The sale of a penthouse condo at Falls Tower Camperdown was completed Nov. 24 for $2,970,000, according to multiple real estate listing websites and the agent representing the buyer.

The more than 5,400 square foot residence is listed with the address 355 S. Main St. Unit 1501 and is one of two top-floor units, according to the development’s website. The seller, IMI Worldwide Properties, was represented by Bruce Fine, senior vice president of residential brokerage services. Tyler Hudzik of the Yukich Group at Keller Williams DRIVE was listed as the buyer’s agent. Both were listed on redfin.com and realtor.com.

Hudzik confirmed the sale by email. No further information was immediately available.



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With construction on the overall Camperdown project moving toward completion, 11 additional upper-floor condos in Falls Tower ranging from $1.2 million to $2.7 million are listed on real estate website Zillow as ‘pending sale.’ Three more units

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Big Bend is ground zero for a thriving black market for native plants

This article first appeared on Texas Highways. Click here to view the article in its original format.

Retired Big Bend National Park biologist Raymond Skiles spent a lot of time hiking the desert and mountains in the 1,252-square-mile park during his tenure. One of his favorite routes followed a ridge near the Rio Grande, where ocotillo dot the rocky limestone and the high ground offers views of the river and Sierra del Carmen mountains. For years, he enjoyed spotting various cacti along the way, including living rock cacti, a small spineless plant that blends in with the rocks. But around 2006, something curious started happening.

“On a walk one evening, I noticed a small pit, maybe 6 inches deep and wide,” Skiles says. “Then another, and another. Then dozens over a few hundred yards. I realized I was no longer seeing any living rock plants. They were all gone. It

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Chesmar Homes and GHBA break ground for charity fundraiser

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Chesmar Homes’ groundbreaking ceremony for their seventhGreater Houston Builders Associations’ Benefit home was held with a limited number of attendees, but each individual plays a significant role to ensure the Benefit home is built at cost savings.

The groundbreaking took place on Nov. 5 on the homesite in Lago Mar, a Land Tejas community in the Texas City area. Representing the builder’s team from Chesmar was Scott Merovitch, city president; Jeff Johnson, division president; Jessi Espiritu, vice president of sales; Aaron Oakley, home building manager and Randy Jakubik, construction manager. Chesmar also included a number of their Houston staff.

Representing Land Tejas was Tim Johnson, director of community sales and marketing; Susan Brown, director of marketing, and Daniella Franco, marketing coordinator. From the GHBA was Casey Morgan, CEO, and from the two charities receiving the funds raised through the sale of the home was Carole Brady,

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The Jews in Dubai preparing the ground for Israeli tourists

We sat down with Dubai-based Jewelry designer Sarah Besnaino and her husband Steve Ben-Shimol, a real-estate entrepreneur who develops hotels and luxury condos. They have been living in Dubai for the past 5 years, where they maintain their Jewish tradition and rich community life. 

As the owner of an international Jewelry business in the Emirates, do you have any advice for Israelis who wish to start a new business there?

This is a very organized country, everything is very clear here, we have rules, we have great leaders that understand the importance of maintaining a free market, so it’s very easy to work here if you do it right. It’s extremely important to follow the rules and to do everything by the book. Although it might sound daunting, it’s definitely worth it. 

 

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We are happy to have the borders open and very
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