Developer Mehrdad Moayedi buys land for homes at Rowlett’s Bayside project

A North Texas developer known for some of the region’s biggest projects has bought sections of the Bayside development on Lake Ray Hubbard.

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Mehrdad Moayedi’s Centurion American Development Group purchased land in the Rowlett project on Interstate-30 for two residential projects.

In the works for more than five years, the 262-acre mixed-use development on the lake was originally planned to include everything from high-rise hotels to apartments and single-family homes.

The centerpiece of the $1 billion project was an 8-acore Crystal Lagoon waterpark to be built on the shore of Lake Ray Hubbard.

But after changes in ownership, Bayside has so far not met those ambitious plans. Parts of the project have been rechristened Sapphire Bay by the City of Rowlett.

Centurion American Development has purchased four acres in two tracts across the freeway from where the Crystal Lagoon is being built.

“This is on the north side

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Outstanding 5+- acre parcel ready for development! Septic in place with a small clearing in the woods with gravel laid down ready for building or Trailer!!! Mcrae School District just south of Hwy 13/ HWY 167 interchange. This tract is at end of road with no development behind or on either side!! This Hardwood tract will not last long due to scenic beauty and location.

5 Thousand, Six hundred, and forty eight square foot home on 150+- acres with both sides of Wattensaw Bayou in Praire County, Arkansas. Outstanding hardwood timber on 40 acres surrounding house. CRP covers 50+- acres of property with yearly payment of 5,000 dollars per yer.

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Midtown Miami Land In Foreclosure Listed For Sale

3601 North Miami Avenue with Francisco Arocha (Credit: Google Maps)

3601 North Miami Avenue with Francisco Arocha (Credit: Google Maps)

The developer of the planned Triptych project that straddles the border between Midtown Miami and the Design District is listing the site for sale.

HES Group, which is facing foreclosure from its lender, is looking to sell or find a joint venture partner for the 1-acre property at 3601 North Miami Avenue, said Francisco Arocha, CEO and managing partner of HES.

“We’re working in good faith to find a good solution,” Arocha said. “We own the land and we control the land. Our goal is that during the next few weeks, the economy will come back during the election.”

Miguel Pinto of Apex Capital Realty

Miguel Pinto of Apex Capital Realty

Miguel Pinto of Apex Capital Realty and Daniela Lainville of Yaffe International Realty are co-listing the site.

In early September, LV Midtown LLC filed a foreclosure lawsuit against Aventura Hotel Properties LLC and QR Triptych

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UA land sale questioned by critics

A central question raised by critics of the planned sale of a portion of a state agriculture research station is: Can the land even legally be sold?

The University of Arkansas System board of trustees on March 11 approved the sale of 6,300 acres — or nearly half — of its Agriculture Division’s Pine Tree Research Station just west of Colt (St. Francis County). The sale price, according to the agenda item for the board that day, was for at least $16.5 million, to Lobo Farms LLC in Fisher (Poinsett County).

The Agriculture Division has held the land since 1960, having bought it from the U.S. Forest Service. It developed the 11,300 acres into the Pine Tree station.

The deed, however, states:

“Subject further to the condition that the above-described land shall be used for public purposes, and if at any time said land ceases to be so used, the

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River View Estate On George Washington’s Land Up For Sale

FORT HUNT, VA — River View, a waterfront estate on part of George Washington’s original land, is up for sale in Fort Hunt.



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This property includes 16.5 acres of the first president’s land. The home was rebuilt as a 21st-century recreation of the historic estate. Your first impression will be a good one as you enter from the stone-lined driveway into the Federal-style residence. Terraces with river views are accessible from many rooms, and a circular room offers views of both the Potomac and gardens. There’s plenty of modern entertainment packed inside, an indoor resistance pool, spa, steam room, sauna, home gym, 15-seat movie theater and more. Aside from the main home, there is a guest house, reconstituted carriage house with four car spaces and a studio apartment, and a waterfront dock. English Boxwood and rose gardens were recreated with inspiration from old blueprints.

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Sale docs land for Crescent’s pathology, bids in four weeks

The bankers said ACL serviced more than 85 hospitals, making it the largest private pathology provider for hospitals, including long-term contracts with Healthscope and St John of God. There was news of $80 million to upgrade the company’s central labs, including a “highly automated” lab in Adelaide, and use of Siemens and Roche platforms.

Revenue has increased to about $500 million a year, up from $262 million in 2016, helped along by acquisitions of St John of God and Perth Pathology in late 2016, while growth options included a recently won Defence contract, and its preferred relationship with Australia’s fastest growing GP network.

Fresh face wanted

What the flyer doesn’t talk about – but is material to the process – is the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Australian pathology is highly consolidated, with the big three players Sonic Healthcare (44.5 per cent of the market), Healius (34.4 per cent) and

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Embattled video gambling owner was in line for $2.5 million, taxpayer-funded windfall by flipping land. Now it’s off the table.

Tinley Park has not fared well in its dealings with video gambling operator Rick Heidner over the last year.



a large green field with trees in the background: Land at the northeast corner of Harlem Avenue and Vollmer Road in unincorporated Rich Township is seen on Sept. 30, 2020.


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Land at the northeast corner of Harlem Avenue and Vollmer Road in unincorporated Rich Township is seen on Sept. 30, 2020.

First, the southwest suburb signed onto Heidner’s plan to build a horse racing track and casino on state-owned land, only to have Gov. J.B. Pritzker derail the project after a Tribune investigation revealed Heidner’s long-standing business ties to people connected to organized crime.

Now, the Tribune has learned that Tinley Park officials have been secretly negotiating a real estate deal that would provide Heidner a $2.5 million windfall on land he purchased less than a year ago as a possible alternate casino site.

Under the proposal, Tinley Park was prepared to pay $7.5 million for 114 acres — about $2 million more

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For These Indigenous Artists ‘Land Back’ Is Both A Political Message And A Fundraising Opportunity

When Katy Grable Gonzalez, 29, beads the words “Land Back” into a pair of earrings to sell she is simultaneously referencing three different land reclamation movements fought by her relatives. On her father’s side, the Yaqui are fighting against a border wall between the Mexican state of Sonora and the Southwestern United States and Native Hawaiians are resisting the construction of a telescope on sacred mountain Maunakea. On her mother’s side, the Huichol have clashed with the Mexican government over mining and drilling operations on their sacred lands.

When the earrings are sold, Grable Gonzalez donates the majority of the proceeds to organizations on the frontlines of the movements for Black lives and Indigenous sovereignty, as well as to the Navajo Nation COVID relief fund. She also transfers funds directly to individuals in need of

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Japan’s Land Prices Drop for First Time in Three Years as Coronavirus Hurts Demand | Investing News

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese land prices have fallen for the first time in three years, marking an average decline of 0.6% nationwide after the coronavirus pandemic weakened demand, a government survey found.

Prior to the pandemic, land prices had been making a steady recovery with demand for hotels and other commercial properties particularly strong due to robust tourism and ahead of the now delayed Tokyo Olympics. An increase in demand for offices from companies had also helped.

But commercial land prices slipped 0.3% in the year to July 1, their first decline in five years, the land ministry’s annual survey found.

“Land prices related to hotels and shops showed relatively big changes but price changes for many other types of areas were smaller,” a land ministry official said.

Residential land prices, which have been declining since 1992 in the wake of the bursting of Japan’s bubble economy, accelerated their pace

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