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Economy · Washington

Biggest US cities lost population during pandemic, Sunbelt saw gains, census data shows

61% Center coverage: 31 sources
Eight of the 10 largest cities in the U.S. lost population during the first year of the pandemic. New York lost more than 305,000 people, while Chicago and Los Angeles contracted by 45,000 residents. Only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents, but they added only about 13,000.See the Story
Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend to start wet, dreary, but then sun comes out

59% Center coverage: 27 sources
Nearly 2.2 million Floridians will travel 50 miles or more for this Memorial Day weekend. About 90-percent of them are expected to hit the road, according to AAA. The average for a gallon of regular unleaded going into the holiday weekend is $4.58 in Florida.See the Story
Business · Florida

Legislature passes Surfside-inspired condo inspection bill

65% Center coverage: 20 sources
Florida would require statewide recertification of condominiums over three stories tall. The bill is a response to the Surfside building collapse that killed 98 people. The Champlain Towers South was going through the 40-year-recertification process required by Miami-Dade County when it collapsed.See the Story

Amazon opens its first physical retail clothing store in Los Angeles

Coverage: 2 sources Inc.has opened its first-ever physical retail clothing store in the Los Angeles area. The Amazon Style store at The Americana at Brand in Glendale, California debuted May 25. Amazon Style offers a selection of women’s and men’s apparel, shoes, and accessories and focuses on personalization, using machine learning algorithms to produce tailored, real-time recommendations for customers as they shop.See the Story
US & Canada · Tampa

31-story luxury apartment tower coming to Downtown Tampa in spring 2024

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
A 31-story luxury apartment tower is being built in downtown Tampa. The 334-unit high rise is situated across from the Straz Center for the Performing Arts. The tower will be home to street-level shops with 13,688 square feet of ground-level retail space.See the Story
Real Estate

Buying a home in Dallas-Fort Worth turning into a 'demoralizing' experience for some

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Families splashing into summer safely to celebrate Memorial Day weekend Pools in Central Alabama are opening for the holiday weekend. Health officials remind people to be safe while COVID-19 cases are on the rise. Most are in Homewood, where students are enjoying the pool for Memorial Day.See the Story
Business · Boston

A 5-court pickleball bar is headed to Southie

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The sport that's still unknown to many, yet which surged in popularity during the pandemic, is about to come to Boston in a big way.See the Story
Real Estate

See the former UWM Alumni House after massive renovation by tech exec Andy Nunemaker

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Get a look at the remarkable renovations of the historic Tudor home, which overlooks Lake Michigan on the city's east side.See the Story
Real Estate

Lake Norman has highest price tag in Charlotte region at nearly $7M

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A secluded estate on the banks of Lake Norman came on the market as the most expensive home for sale across the Charlotte region at just shy of $7 million.See the Story

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