Industry Watch


August 15, 2004

Coldwell Banker names Taylor vice president

Brigit Taylor has been named vice president of administration and real estate support services for the Mid-Atlantic region of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Taylor's responsibilities include developing programs for company administrative operations and overseeing community outreach programs.

A former professional international skier, Taylor is a 10-year veteran of the real estate industry. She recently moved back to Baltimore from Vail Valley, Colo., where she worked for Silfer Smith & Frampton Real Estate as vice president of finance and operations.

Free homebuyer class to be held Thursday

Tri-Churches Housing Inc. will hold a free homebuyer education class Aug. 19.

The class is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the St. Jerome Head Start Center, upper hall, 765 W. Hamburg St. in South Baltimore.

Industry professionals will be available for questions. Counseling is by appointment and free.

Information: 410-385-1463 or

65-story tower planned by Trump in Las Vegas

Donald Trump has filed plans to build a 65-story tower on the Las Vegas Strip that would become the city's tallest building.

The plans call for more than 1,000 condominiums and hotel rooms, plus 50 units in the top 10 stories with 3,000 to 10,000 square feet of space each.

Construction is expected to begin in January.

From staff and Chicago Tribune reports

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