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Queen Mary: In the March 22 Business section, an article about a planned $250-million entertainment complex next to the Queen Mary said that developer Urban Commons has a 56-year lease to operate the ship. The lease with the city of Long Beach is 66 years. Marion “Suge” Knight: In the March 24...

Preserving an urban treasure along Baird Creek

Charlie Frisk found himself in Rick Berken's basement in March 1997 plotting to preserve 40 acres of woodland along Baird Creek Drive. At the time, a developer had asked the … Click to Continue »

Potential closure of Rikers Island is opportunity for developers

last weekNews : NY Daily News

It would present the kind of opportunity for urban planners — a 400-acre tract of land that could be turned into anything imaginable.

Steve Harvey Defends Trump Again, Says Black People ‘Need To Respect’ New Regime

Comedian Steve Harvey is continuing his staunch defense of Donald Trump following his controversial urban land development meeting with the Commander in Chief earlier this year. In the wake of a separate contentious media moment brought...Show More Summary

A Proposed Cut to HUD

Vanessa Brown Calder, Caleb O. Brown The proposed cuts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development amount to a tiny fraction of total federal welfare spending. Vanessa Brown Calder comments.

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 launching on March 30th

Tate Multimedia, the developer behind Urban Trial Freestyle 2, has revealed that the title will be seeing release on March 30th. It should see release in both NA and EU on the same day.

Morning Bits

  The excuses are weak. “The White House budget requests a $6 billion cut to Housing and Urban Development, which MSNBC reporter Peter Alexander said went against Trump’s promise to urban black voters that he would rebuild the nation’s inner cities. [Office of Management and Budget chief Mick] Mulvaney argued that the cuts to HUD were […]

Trump’s 2018 budget calls for 13.2% cut to Department of Housing and Urban Development

The proposed 2018 budget released by the Donald Trump administration seeks to provide for "one of the largest increases in defense spending without increasing the debt," stated in the opening message from President Trump...

Housing Starts Rose 3.0% in February, Exceed 1.2 Million for Fourth Time in the Past 5 Months

The Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said that new housing starts rose 3.0 percent in February. More importantly, it has now exceeded 1.2 million...

HUD explained

Ben Carson, potential budget cuts, and how federal housing policy works During the nascent Trump era, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. The president’s choice to run the agency,...Show More Summary

How big SF would be if it were as dense as other cities

Is San Francisco too dense? Not dense enough? The debate rages on among urban planners, open-space advocates, real estate developers, smart-growth proponents and NIMBYs.

Senate Democrats put pressure on Carson over potential HUD budget cuts

Several Democratic senators denounced potential cuts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development in a sharply worded letter Friday to Secretary Ben Carson, calling the steep budget reductions being considered by the Trump administration “unconscionable” and warning that they could pose health risks. Show More Summary

$6B in proposed HUD cuts: Real estate industry reacts

The Trump administration is considering slashing the budget of Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by $6 billion, The Washington Post reports, citing preliminary budget documents...

Ben Carson Tries To Reassure Staff About Trump's Proposed $6 Billion Cuts To HUD

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ? Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson tried to reassure staff that they will not necessarily see a $6 billion cut to the agency Thursday, after The Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump was considering...Show More Summary

Showy Spanish Revival apartments open in Pasadena, renting from $1,839

Complete with tiled fountains and wrought-iron chandeliers What’s this? A colonial outpost in New Spain? The set of a new Zorro film? Nope. It’s a new apartment complex in Pasadena’s Playhouse District. Developed by Mack Urban and Mill...Show More Summary

Why You Should Definitely Not Let Ben Carson Drill a Hole in Your Head

Click here for reuse options! The neurosurgeon-cum-politician's latest claims about electrodes are completely ludicrous. Ben Carson, recently appointed US Housing and Urban Development secretary, is a qualified neurosurgeon. You therefore expect him to have some impressive expertise on the brain. Show More Summary

Trump likely to cut $6 billion from HUD budget

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

President Donald Trump’s administration is likely to cut $6 billion from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which provides about 5 million Americans with some form of housing assistance, according to a preliminary budget plan, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. The...

Trump Looks at Cutting HUD Budget by $6 Billion

“The Trump administration has considered more than $6 billion in cuts at the Department of Housing and Urban Development,” according to preliminary budget documents obtained by the Washington Post. “The plan would squeeze public housing support and end most federally funded [...]

Paper: Preliminary budget would cut $6 billion from HUD

Preliminary budget documents obtained by The Washington Post show the Trump administration is considering more than $6 billion in cuts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The newspaper … Click to Continue »

Ben Carson compares slavery to immigration to America

WASHINGTON (AP) — Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson on Monday compared slavery to immigration in the United States, a view that experts on slavery called a misleading read on American history.

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