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Anchor Health Properties Acquires 275,000 Square Feet of Medical Office Buildings

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., June 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Anchor Health Properties (Anchor) has maintained an active status in healthcare real estate investment activity in 2018 with the recent acquisition of three Class A medical office buildings in Charlotte, North Carolina; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Boston, Massachusetts. The investments were made on behalf of one of Anchor’s existing institutional joint ventures and come on the heels of other 2018 transactions in the MSAs of Washington D.C., Denver, Philadelphia, New York and Charlotte. To date, Anchor has acquired over $250 million of new investments in 2018.

14135 Ballantyne Corporate Place, Charlotte, NC

Anchor acquired a 47,000 square foot fully leased outpatient building in the Ballantyne submarket of Charlotte, leased primarily to Novant He...

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Henderson to Host Shark Tank-Style Competition

More than a dozen teams comprised of high school students from across the country will take on a Shark Tank-style challenge May 25-27 in Henderson, Nev. at the 17th annual SAGE USA Tournament.

Teen entrepreneurs, representing regional champion teams from 13 high schools from across the nation, will meet at The Westin Lake Las Vegas to compete for prize money, trophies and the right to represent the USA in Durban, South Africa in a global competition in August.

The event is co-hosted by California State University, Chico SAGE team and the City of Henderson Economic Development and Tourism Department.

The two categories of competition are Best Socially-Responsible Business and Best Social Enterprise...

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Sun City Anthem in Henderson, NV

The views can’t be beat in this friendly retirement community. (Credit: Larry Swette)

People are retired and enjoying the good life. The houses are on small hills. There is plenty of sun and no snow or ice. Great amenities, recreation center, fitness center, golf — and it is 15 minutes away from Fun City USA: Las Vegas.

Stories About Sun City Anthem

I worked for (and presided over for years) a group of volunteers who were on call for tasks that had become difficult for some seniors (changing HVAC filters and light bulbs, adding salt to softeners, etc).

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Nevada high court sends death penalty case back to judge

Death row inmate Scott Dozier appears before District Judge Jennifer Togliatti during a hearing at the Regional Justice Center on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, in downtown Las Vegas. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph
Death row inmate Scott Dozier appears before Judge Jennifer Togliatti during a hearing about his execution at the Regional Justice Center on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, in downtown Las Vegas. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph
District Judge Jennifer Togliatti gestures during the hearing of two-time killer Scott Dozier at the Regional Justice Center on Sept. 11, 2017, in downtown Las Vegas. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph
Two-time killer Scott Dozier leaves the courtroom after his hearing at the Regional Justice Center o...

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APNewsBreak: Trump lawyer loaned to taxi mogul in weed biz

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, whose business dealings are being investigated by the FBI, and the lawyer’s father-in-law have lent $26 million in recent years to a taxi mogul who is shifting into the legalized marijuana industry, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.

Semyon "Sam" Shtayner, a longtime business associate of Michael Cohen’s father-in-law, created Nevada-based Cannaboss LLC the day before the 2016 election. A few months later, he took a majority position in a company that is provisionally licensed to cultivate medicinal marijuana and produce edibles, the records show.

"He personally manages over 500 taxi medallions, but he is looking to transition from the medallion business to the cannibas (sic)," according to the personal narr...

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Henderson 5th-grader heading to National Spelling Bee

Nevada State Spelling Bee champion Mischa Abad’s first place trophy at her Henderson home on Thursday, March 29, 2018. Patrick Connolly Las Vegas Review-Journal @PConnPie

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When Mischa Abad heard the word, she was pretty confident.

She just wasn’t sure whether the word ended with “et” or “ette” based on the pronunciation. So she asked the origin. It was a French word.

Knowing that, the 11-year-old fifth-grader spelled “palmette” to win the Nevada State Spelling Bee, held March 17 at Bishop Gorman...

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North Bay professionals news: Quattrocchi Kwok, Exchange Bank, Carneros Resort, Terra Firma and more

Quattrocchi Kwok Architects of Santa Rosa has announced five promotions.

John Dybczak joins the firm’s executive leadership as its fifth principal in the firm’s 32-year history.

With nearly 25 years of education design experience, Dybczak has managed numerous modernization and new construction projects for public schools and community colleges throughout Northern California, including a new school for the San Mateo Union High School District and as project lead for the new Lila Bringhurst Elementary School in Fremont. Dybczak holds the LEED Accredited Professional certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Kevin Chapin has been promoted to associate from project manager...

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Forest City completes first phase of mall divestitures to QIC – Cincinnati Business Courier

CLEVELAND, April 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Forest City Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: FCEA) today announced the closing of the sale of its interest in Westchester’s Ridge Hill, a 1.2 million-square-foot, open-air regional lifestyle center in Yonkers, NY; The Shops at Wiregrass, a 748,000-square-foot outdoor lifestyle village in Wesley Chapel, FL; and Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

The sale of the two lifestyle centers mark the fifth and sixth mall divestitures, respectively, to close as part of Forest City’s previously announced 10-mall portfolio transaction with QIC. The gross selling price for all the first tranche assets – six regional malls, plus the Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World – was $1.243 billion, or $667...

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Henderson Assisted Living

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Henderson

Gentle mountain slopes surround the city of Henderson, including the McCullough Range which is covered in black rock from a volcanic explosion that happened millions of years ago. Having evolved into a metropolis of more than 270,000 residents, Henderson is the second largest city in Nevada. This community, located in the southeastern part of the Las Vegas Valley, has a small-town feel that makes it something very special. Seniors who choose assisted living in Henderson are happy to call this place home.

Henderson Attractions

A variety of things to do and visit await residents of assisted living in Henderson. The Hoover Dam is an extremely popular destination which has been offering guided tours since 1937...

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Coalition: Nevada rental housing is least affordable in US

RENO, Nev. — Rising housing costs have broken a 10-year-old record in Reno, and the most recent data shows Nevada ranks last among all states for providing affordable rental housing for its poorest families.

A report released this week based on 2016 figures also ranks Las Vegas last among U.S. metropolitan areas for the second year in a row in terms of affordable rental housing. It’s the fourth year in a row Nevada has finished last statewide in that category, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition.

The Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors says the combined median price for an existing single-family home in Reno and Sparks reached $370,000 last month.

That tops the previous record of $365,000 set in January 2006 during the height of the housing bubble.

Diane Yentel, presiden...

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