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    Milwaukee Housing Authority's latest townhomes to be manufactured out-of-state
    Up to 138 townhouses will be built in an Indiana plant and trucked to Milwaukee starting next year as part of the city housing authority?s Westlawn Gardens redevelopment.


    What $1 million will get you in today's housing market in Arizona
    It's no secret homeowners in metro Phoenix get more bang for their buck when compared with coastal cities such as New York and San Francisco. Zillow Group Inc. recently released a study that looks at exactly how much space a homeowner can get in 100 of the largest cities across the country. The study found that $1 million can buy a nice mansion in 10 of the largest U.S. cities ? with four of those cities are in Texas. But $1 million only covers the cost of a 900-square-foot condo in San Francisco. The?


    Luxury Washington Township home hits market for $1.14 million
    A luxury home in Washington Township has hit the market for $1.14 million. The home, located at 6200 Hempstead Mews, has 9,270 square feet of living space. The house dates back to 1988 and features five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Note: Click through the gallery above for photos of the estate. The two-acre estate features formal living and dining rooms, along with lounge areas on the main and lower levels. There are five fireplaces, open floor plans with vaulted ceilings, 17 skylights and walls?


    46-acre estate north of Superior with three cabins, private island, listed at $1.7M: Open House
    A 46-acre estate that includes a private island and three cabins right on the the shore of Lake Vermilion in northern Minnesota is selling for $1.7 million. Developed in 1962, the property at 8481 Wakemup Narrows N. in Cook, Minnesota ? some 80 miles north of Superior ? adjoins state lands and includes a private bay and island. Its main cabin features large windows looking out onto the water and four bedrooms, while another cabin, and a sauna with a bunkhouse both include bedrooms of their?


    This $2.75M Lynnfield mansion has a pool, apple orchard and wine cellar
    A 7,000-square-foot home in Lynnfield is listed for sale for $2.75 million. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house is located at 365 Essex St. The home was constructed in 2015 and features a salt water pool, basketball court, petite apple orchard and 2,000-bottle temperature-controlled wine cellar. Other features include a three-car garage, au-pair suite, fitness area and steam room. ?The custom kitchen is built for the discerning chef, centered by an oversized quartzite island, black granite?


    PHOTOS: Inside some of the most expensive homes sold in the last quarter
    The top home sale in the third quarter of 2019 for the Albany region claims one other distinction: the highest residential sale in Columbia County since 2013. A Kinderhook estate set on 90 acres overlooking the Catskills sold for $8 million. It's just one of the many homes sold between July and September whose sale prices run well into the millions. We rounded up a few of these pricey pieces of real estate to give you a look at what's selling in the Albany region. Check them out in the slideshow?


    Harbor Towers, CLF lawsuits over waterfront head to trial
    A Suffolk Superior Court judge cleared the path for lawsuits filed by downtown residents and the Conservation Law Foundation against the state and the Chiofaro Cos. to move forward.


    $1M homes in Seattle are among the smallest nationwide
    In Seattle, $1 million won?t buy you much in terms of home size. According to a Zillow Group analysis, Seattle has the 10th-smallest typical $1 million home at 2,090 square feet and three bedrooms. The national average is 2,200 square feet with four bedrooms. ?Owning a $1 million home was once a status symbol,? Zillow senior economist Cheryl Young said in a statement. ?But now, due to escalating home prices, it feels closer to the price of entry for homeownership in parts of the country.? Many?


    Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Gaming CEO lists 'Forest House' for $3.5M
    Rahul and Asma Sood have listed their manse in Sammamish for $3.49 million, nine years after they bought it and raised their three children there. The couple has downsized and moved to Bellevue. Windermere Broker Laine McNerney has the listing. Rahul Sood, 46, is CEO and founder of Unikrn, a gaming and e-sports company based in Bellevue. He created the company in 2014 after working four years run at Microsoft, where he had executive roles in the divisions for Xbox, Bing and Microsoft Ventures,?


    Elliott Homes, Silverado Homes swap $20 million of Elk Grove land
    A long-planned residential development in Elk Grove has a new owner, after two recent property sales.