For the second time in two years, this historic Wichita restaurant is closed, for sale

Jack’s North Hi Carryout is closed… again.

And it’s back on the market… again.

The most recent owner of the little burger restaurant that’s operated across from North High School since 1951 says that he’s had to shut it down. Jack’s has been closed since late September.

Armin Ghoddoussi, who’s owned the restaurant at 603 W. 13th St. for nearly two years, says there are a couple of reasons for the decision, and perhaps not surprisingly, COVID-19 is one of them.

Business has taken a hit since the pandemic started, he said. A big part of his customer base — North High students — have been attending classes online instead of at school across the street.

Plus his mother, Akhtar Gharagozolo, who’d been running the restaurant for him, is having trouble keeping up.

“The reasons are mostly my mother having a hard time managing it and also getting a bit

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Museums and Historic Homes: 2021 Discover Richmond Annual Guide | Disco-rich-body


Agecroft Hall hosts the Richmond Shakespeare Festival.

The Richmond region is rich with museums and historic homes that preserve local history and beauty, and many offer seasonal concerts and activities. Days and hours can vary (and may be limited for some sites), so call or check websites before visiting. (Area code 804 unless otherwise noted.)

Agecroft Hall: The 15th-century English Tudor mansion was dismantled in Manchester, England, and rebuilt in 1925-26 on a 23-acre site in Richmond. Collection includes documents, furniture, ceramics, textiles and more. Also home to the Richmond Shakespeare Festival in the summer. (4305 Sulgrave Road; 353-4241;

American Civil War Museum: Collection of artifacts, documents and sites related to the war and its legacy, reflecting multiple perspectives: Union and Confederate, enslaved and free American American; soldier and civilian. Collection also features more than 3,000 items relating to African American history and military, social and

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Preservation group acquires 6 historic homes in Indiana city

WABASH, Ind. (AP) — A preservation group plans to renovate the exteriors of six run-down homes in a northern Indiana city and put them on the market next year in hopes of spurring a historic neighborhood’s rebirth.

Indiana Landmarks said it acquired the historic homes, built in Wabash between the 1870s and the early 1900s, during an auction. The Indianapolis-based nonprofit said the homes illustrate a range of architectural styles in the city’s East Wabash Historic District.

“There truly is something for everybody, from a modest, wood-frame house to larger Victorians. It’s a mad mix of styles and sizes,” said Paul Hayden, director of Indiana Landmarks’ northwest office in Wabash.

Hayden will lead the renovation of the homes’ exteriors and the effort to put them back on the market in early 2021. The properties recently served as rental housing, and most were divided into apartments.

Wabash has a vibrant downtown,

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Historic Colorado castle listed for sale

After selling at auction in 2016, the historic castle near Carbondale, which was built in 1902, is once again for sale.

REDSTONE, Colo. — If you have millions of dollars to spare, the historic and recently renovated Redstone Castle near Carbondale could be yours.

First built by Charles Osgood in 1902, the 24,000-square-foot, 42-room castle had primarily been a secluded private residence, but was updated and improved with its history preserved in 2018.

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It’s now listed for sale for $19.75 million. According to that listing, there’s more than 20,000 square feet of living space and a total of 15 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms. It also boasts garages, a carriage house and a horse arena on its 150 acres.

It’s not the first time the castle has been up for sale in recent years. Steve

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Covid drives historic demand for life sciences real estate and these REITs, report says

  • Venture-capital investment in the life sciences sector grew to a record rolling annual total of $17.8 billion in the second quarter.
  • Covid-19 is accelerating an already growing demand for real estate in the sector.
  • “The biotech sector may be the single most attractive subsector within commercial real estate today,” said Spencer Levy, chairman of Americas research and senior economic advisor for CBRE.

a person standing in a room: Research associate Sachi Johnson works at Sorrento Therapeutics where efforts are underway to develop an antibody, STI-1499, to help in prevention of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in San Diego, California, May 22, 2020.

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Research associate Sachi Johnson works at Sorrento Therapeutics where efforts are underway to develop an antibody, STI-1499, to help in prevention of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in San Diego, California, May 22, 2020.

All the fundamentals are aligning for the life sciences industry, as Covid-19 accelerates already growing demand for real estate in the sector.


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Rents are rising for lab space, vacancies are plunging and research and development, and employment and new development are expanding further, thanks to strong venture capital investment. 

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This Historic Home Doubled in Value After a Subtle Renovation

It doesn’t matter how perfect your home is—if your listing photos don’t stand out, potential buyers won’t come by to take a look. In our series “Lessons From Listing Photos,” we dissect the smart updates sellers have made to their homes, and how their listing pictures highlight the home’s best assets.

There’s something remarkable about an original Craftsman house—especially in a city like Portland, OR, where the old houses are as treasured as the beautiful landscape. The neighborhood of Irvington, in northeastern Portland, is actually home to the largest collection of historical homes in the state, including this massive five-bedroom, three-bathroom Craftsman built in 1912.

Through the decades, the owners had maintained many historical architectural touches, but the property was desperately in need of updating in 2013, when it was sold for $762,000. Luckily, the buyers knew exactly how to modernize it while honoring its past. And when it came

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Historic house where former PM John Diefenbaker was born in southwestern Ontario up for sale

For less than the price of a small Toronto condo, you could be the owner of a historic house where John Diefenbaker was born.

a tree in front of a house: John Diefenbaker’s birthplace in Neustadt, Ontario.

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John Diefenbaker’s birthplace in Neustadt, Ontario.

A real estate listing for the four-bedroom, one-bathroom house in Neustadt, Ontario, entreats prospective buyers to “own a piece of history” for just $369,900.

“This lovingly maintained historical home was the birthplace of John Diefenbaker, the 13th Prime Minster of Canada,” the posting says. “The current owners have felt privileged to live here and were careful to maintain the character and nostalgia of this 19th-century home while savouring a peaceful life with gardens and animals and reminders everywhere of days gone by.”

Diefenbaker was born in the house in 1895, which is located about two hours northwest of Toronto, and about 90 kilometres north of Guelph, Ont. His family, though, moved to what would later

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JFK’s townhouse and other historic homes for sale

From architecturally designed wonders to ancient European castles, historic homes deliver style and stories in bucket loads. As memorable as their former residents or designers, these discerning dwellings have played host to monks, Queens and A-listers, making them both beautiful and worthy of their eye-watering price tags. Click or scroll to discover their amazing stories…

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Buyer of $10M historic Charleston home is having a furniture sale | Business

The new owners of the Sword Gate House are looking to put their a personal touch on the historic dwelling by clearing out some of the items that came with the downtown Charleston property.

Atlanta-based Hindman Auctions said last week it’s been hired by the as-yet-unidentified buyers to put the goods on the block at a virtual sale to kick off the work week, including Federal-style furniture and various decorative objects that filled some of the rooms at 32 Legare St.

The online sale is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. Monday.

None of the furniture being offered for sale is original to the South of Broad property, said Corbin Horn, Hindman’s senior specialist and director of furniture and decorative arts department.

“The other portions of the collection are decorative items that, like many of Sword Gate’s residents, lived for a time in an exceptional home on one of

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Historic former Victorian ‘home for girls’ with sweeping city views is up for sale in Mumbles

A former ‘home for girls’ dating back to the Victoria era is up for sale in Mumbles.

Mount View can be found at 53 Overland Road and is currently on the market for £829,950.

The property, with a total of seven bedrooms, has a fascinating history, having been established in 1885 by the Waifs and Strays Society.

It was opened as an industrial school for girls, and became known under various names, including the ‘Swansea Girls’ Home’ and ‘The Mumbles Home for Girls’.

It offered accommodation for 25 girls aged between seven and 15, and it was officially opened by the Bishop of St David’s on July 1, 1885.

a view of a city: An aerial view of the property

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An aerial view of the property

a house with trees in the background: It offers stunning views of the city

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It offers stunning views of the city

The ground floor had been used for school rooms, a kitchen, pantry, scullery and a bathroom, whilst the first floor

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