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  • Phoenix-based Republic Services Inc. announced plans to expand to Charlotte, North Carolina, and open a customer-service center. The Fortune 500 waste-management company will hire 350 people and spend $6.8 million to open the back-office operations center. Republic (NYSE:RSG) has leased 82,375 square feet in a building near the University City area of Charlotte. Phoenix Business Journal sister paper, the Charlotte Business Journal, first reported in October that Republic Services was leasing space…

  • The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra can often fill all of the 2,305 seats at Uihlein Hall at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. But its sellout concert Thursday evening was a little more unusual. The MSO’s “Secret Symphony” took place on the sixth floor of a downtown Milwaukee office building. See the attached slideshow to view scenes from the special concert. What’s more, the audience wasn’t expected to be the regular Marcus Center ticket buyers. The event was geared toward young…

  • Hawaii’s Stanford Carr Development has plans to develop a six-story office building as part of the planned “Kakaako Innovation Block,” a 5.5-acre mixed-use project near the Honolulu waterfront, one of the partners in the project confirmed to PBN. In November, the Hawaii Community Development Authority, the state agency regulating development of Kakaako, sent out a request for proposals for the project, which is a partnership between the HCDA and the High Technology Development Corp. HCDA owns…

  • The Queen Liliuokalani Trust has purchased two commercial condominium units at the Alakea Corporate Tower in Downtown Honolulu from Mid-Pac Petroleum for a total of about $2.25 million, an executive from the trust confirmed to PBN Friday. The private trust was founded in 1909 to serve orphan and destitute children with preference given to Native Hawaiian children. It is consolidating some of its children’s center and administration and endowment staff under one roof. The trust already has office…

  • The proposed Parkside at Shelby Farms development might be controversial, but one local retail broker believes it would be “fantastic” for Memphis. Shawn Massey, partner with The Shopping Center Group LLC, said the $200 million project would help integrate open space with denser, quality mix-use — thus attracting both millennials and retirees. “[Shelby Farms Park] is an economic generator, and we want to bring more development to the park edge,” Massey said. “Across the country, densification…