Lakeside by Polygon, an enclave of executive townhouse residences in a prime lakeside location at the heart of Sunstone, a landmark master-planned community in North Delta, British Columbia. Situated in the heart of a family-friendly community, the development has close at hand an array of hiking and biking trails, schools, shopping, and convenient commuter access to Vancouver and beyond. Every Lakeside resident will also benefit from membership in the Sunstone Club, a residents-only clubhouse featuring over 12,000 square feet (1,100 sq m) of resort-style amenities.Development

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Local businessman Dan Gilbert bought dozens of vacant and underused commercial properties in downtown Detroit to set up his family of companies. Quicken Loans occupies several floors of the Qube, shown at center, formerly known as the Chase Tower.Development

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Lobby of the W Hotel in Times Square. (© James Leynse/Corbis)Development

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