The four biggest projects receiving building permits from Champaign and Urbana in 2014 were all student apartment complexes — with three of those going up along Green Street.
While Green Street appears ripe for more development in 2015, watch for more student apartments to take shape along University Avenue.
General Growth Properties, which owns regional malls nationwide including Market Place Shopping Center in Champaign, saw its stock price reach 52-week highs this past week.
Over the past year, the stock price has marched upward from $20 a share to the $28.50-a-share range, an appreciation of more than 40 percent.
Listed are recent permits for all commercial and industrial work, all new single-family and multifamily residences and all residential remodeling over $50,000. Permits are listed by applicant, description, location and cost.
Rave Homes, new single-family home at 4810 Vahalla Drive, $331,875.
Classic Home Consignment will have a new owner come Thursday.
The store at 1912 Round Barn Road, C, which carries gently used furniture and home decor, was founded in October 2006 by Susan Holleman.
Holleman said she wanted to retire, noting that she had to spend evenings and weekends searching for the right merchandise.
These applications for assumed business names were filed at the Champaign County clerk's office:
Saphire's House of Spins, 510 N. Neil St., C, by Nicole Pearson, 1401 Chateau, St. Joseph, and Shardai Shelton, 301 N. Lincoln St., Thomasboro.
Q: Am I liable if my guests get drunk and injure themselves or others in an accident?
A: No — with two exceptions.
Our Supreme Court stated the general rule in 1995: "For over a century, this court has spoken with a single voice to the effect that no social host liability exists in Illinois."
CHAMPAIGN — Illinois American Water has begun making more than $6 million worth of upgrades to its approximately 50-year-old water-treatment plant on North Mattis Avenue in Champaign.
Watch for Urbana True Tires to move from its longtime location north of the Urbana City Building to the former Arrow Glass building on North Cunningham Avenue.
Richard E. Rollins, manager of the store at 202 S. Vine St., U, said it will likely be early February or early March before the dealership relocates to 608 N. Cunningham Ave., U — across from McDonald's.