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Obama zeroes in on library site, small cities lead way on rent increases … and more

Snapshots of real estate news from around the U.S.
By Brendan O’Connor | February 09, 2015 04:50PM

From the February issue: The University of Chicago, one of four institutions to submit bids to build Barack Obama’s presidential library, has proposed two locations on Chicago’s South Side, developers are planning more than 4,200 new apartments in Downtown Houston, which until now has been almost exclusively the domain of office towers and more in this month’s national market report. [more]