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December 20, 2007

Forest City in the News

The Albuquerque Tribune, Mesa del Sol water plan could be approved tonight

Under a plan that could get approval tonight, every house built within Mesa del Sol would be charged $1,250 to receive water service.

Developer Forest City Covington, once opposed to paying for the water rights that would bring water to the community in far southeast Albuquerque, now sees it as an investment in the city's future.

Cleveland Leader, Is This Forest City’s Bow-out & Jackson’s Cash Cow

Frank Jackson apparently wants to be the Mayor of Tower City.

As I’ve said before, doing favors for Sam Miller is a full-time job.

It’s one explanation I can see in offering Forest City Enterprises and others the opportunity to repay long-term loans at a discounted rate. In other words, long-term loans via the city would be repaid by the borrowers (fat cats) at far below the amount of the original loans.

Denver Business Journal, Magazine likes Stapleton neighborhood

Natural Home magazine has named Denver's Stapleton neighborhood as the third-best "green" housing development in the country.

The magazine, produced by Ogden Publications Inc. of Topeka, Kan., selected Stapleton because it's the largest urban infill redevelopment project in the country. The project is the mixed-used redevelopment of Denver's old Stapleton International Airport, which was replaced by Denver International Airport. The lead developer on the massive, multiyear project is Forest City Enterprises Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio, encompasses 4,700 acres of reclaimed land.

Posted by lumi at December 20, 2007 4:16 AM