Houston-based developer Hines is ramping up its industrial building operations with a project planned in Lewisville.

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Hines – which has been best known in North Texas for its high-profile office and apartment developments – in the last two years has worked to expand its industrial footprint in the area.

The commercial real estate firm has just filed plans for a four-building industrial park at 810 Round Grove Road near State Highway 121.

The Bison Grove Business Park project would contain almost 900,000 square feet of space and is valued at more than $32.5 million, according to filings with the state.

Construction is set to start early next year. Architecture firm Ware Malcomb designed the project.

The Denton County industrial complex is just the latest warehouse and distribution deal by Hines in the D-FW area.

Hines just leased a more than 1 million-square-foot building located south in southern Dallas

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GRAND RAPIDS, MI — A Columbus, Ohio-based development company want to demolish a funeral home on Grand Rapids’ Northwest Side and build two, four-story apartment buildings for low- to moderate-income residents.

Craig Patterson, senior vice president of Woda Cooper Companies, said his firm plans to apply for state low-income housing tax credits to finance the two buildings at 585 Stocking Ave. NW and 601 Stocking Ave. NW.

The buildings would contain 58 apartments.

If financing is secured and all necessary approvals for the estimated $16.7 million project are received, Patterson said his company would demolish the Arsulowicz Brothers Mortuary building at 585 Stocking Ave. NW.

Stephen Arsulowicz, of Arsulowicz Brothers Mortuary, could not be reached for comment Tuesday afternoon. In addition to the Stocking location, the company has locations at 937 Michigan Ave. NE and 3535 Remembrance Rd. NW in Walker.

Patterson said the project is important because there is

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ESPOO, Finland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Basware (Nasdaq: BAS1V) has launched an updated developer website, which contains all Basware APIs – P2P and Network – in one site. From invoice sending and receiving to master data imports and invoice transfer, the enhanced site documents 20+ APIs so that customers, developers, partners and third-party system integrators can develop integrations faster and with less effort.

“We believe open APIs form a foundation for building a holistic ecosystem,” says Dr. Matt Lees, Director, Platform Solutions at Basware. “API usage has been growing steadily and we see that our customers are starting to adopt APIs at an increasing speed. Basware offers flexibility by providing several integration methods as well as integration services and in-house delivery competencies. We will continue to expand the capabilities of our APIs and introduce more process APIs and some self-serving capabilities, such as a monitoring API, in the future.”

Easily accessible via

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – A developer plans to build on a 1 million square-foot site in Warrensville Heights, which was once home to a nursing home run by the Little Sisters of the Poor.

Cannata Companies plans to create what it is calling the “Silverpoint” development on 15 acres in the 4200 block of Richmond Road, which is in the Chagrin Highlands area on the border of Warrensville Heights and Beachwood, fronting Interstate 271.

The plans involve building commercial space, apartments and parking, according to a news release from Cushman & Wakefield/CRESCO, which is marketing the property.

Cannata bought the property from the Little Sisters of the Poor in 2015 for $2.2 million. The Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of nuns which cares for the elderly poor, withdrew from running Sts. Mary and Joseph Home for the Aged in 2015. The facility later ran as Altercare at St. Joseph

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  • Debuild cofounder and CEO Sharif Shameem used OpenAI’s GPT-3 tool to build a program that allows users to build a website just by describing how it should look like and work.
  • GPT-3 is able to understand both formal and conversational human language, and developers have used it for creative writing, building websites, and more.
  • He wants the tool to allow even non-technical people to design websites, and doesn’t think GPT-3’s code writing abilities will ever replace humans entirely: “If anything, it will increase the number of programmers in the world.”
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In July, Debuild cofounder and CEO Sharif Shameem tweeted about a project he created that allowed him to build a website simply by describing its design.  

In the text box, he typed, “the google logo, a search box, and 2 lightgrey buttons that say ‘Search Google’ and ‘I’m Feeling Lucky.” The program then

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S Appaswamy (87), Founder Chairman of Chennai-headquartered Appaswamy Real Estate Ltd, passed away on Sunday evening due to illness.

Appaswamy began his journey in the realty sector in the late 1950s and is widely remembered as one who introduced apartment living to Chennai in the sixties.

The realty company continues to be a leading player in the residential property segment, while commanding admiration for its quality and credibility. Appaswamy Real Estate Ltd also pioneered the concept of creating townships in key suburban locations.

“Started with a humble beginning, he gave Chennaiites the advantage of living in communities. Appaswamy is one of the very few founders and pioneers in introducing apartment and community living culture. Credit goes to Appaswamy for starting the development of apartments in Chennai,” T Padam Dugar, President, CREDAI-Chennai Chapter, told BusinessLine.

In the early 90s, the company forayed into the hospitality sector and under The Residency

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FILE PHOTO: A sign marks the headquarters of Moderna Therapeutics, which is developing a vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File Photo/File Photo

(Reuters) – Moderna Inc (MRNA.O) has been asking sites that are conducting clinical trials of its experimental coronavirus vaccine to focus on enrolling at-risk minorities, even if that slows down the trial speed, the company said on Friday.

Shares of Moderna, one of the few companies in the final stages of developing a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine, closed down about 3.5%.

The company said here it has enrolled 21,411 participants in the study so far. It had 17,000 participants as of last week, with 24% from communities of color.

The drug developer aims to recruit 30,000 healthy volunteers and said it expected enrollment in the late-stage study, which began in late-July, to be completed in September.

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