Richard and ginger davis
Trademark properties – life’s little surprises – richard c davis
Last month’s celebration of the MUSC Health West Ashley Medical Pavilion’s opening demonstrated how important the new facility is. “This is critical for my city in so many ways — not only in terms of wellness and health care, but also in terms of our city’s urban growth and advancement, especially the revitalization of West Ashley,” Mayor John Tecklenburg said.
The Pavilion’s medical staff has seen about 6,000 patients in its first month, according to the mayor. “They’re residents of West Ashley. Families that are able to quickly access the resources they require,” said Tecklenburg.
The mall is expected to become part of the Epic Center, a larger growth. On Wednesday, Jan. 29, developer Richard Davis gave the West Ashley-James Island Business Association (WAJIBA) a sneak peek into his plans for the massive project. It would eventually include a world-class sports complex, restaurants, apartments, offices, and more, according to Davis.
Citadel Mall, which first opened in 1981, has undergone a major transformation. Online shopping has changed the way people shop in recent years, leaving vacant storefronts. As a consequence, it’s being repurposed, just like other struggling malls around the country. Citadel Mall is still open for business, but it is no longer the only attraction. There are also children’s gyms, a railroad club, and, most recently, a massive medical center.
Trademark properties – s1e13 – richard c davis
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I believe it is obvious that he and Ginger are going above and beyond. She looks pregnant to me. They are always focused on her high heeled boots. Maybe Richard, his wife, and Ginger are a sweet, cozy family.
eaduke, you’ve done an excellent job as a detective. They just got married in April, which is probably why I was unaware. I just emailed a close friend of his ex-wife, and she said it wasn’t public yet, and they were keeping it quiet for the sake of the kids (community talk). I hadn’t seen Ginger because I hadn’t seen the latest show… I’ll have to keep an eye on things.
Even though they were keeping it quiet, it was clear that they had a “thing” for each other since the show began. Ginger has a swollen look in her face on all of the shows I’ve seen lately, so I thought they were up to something other than selling real estate or making real estate deals in Ginger’s bedroom area.
Trademark properties – s2e07 – the keeper – richard c davis
14 June 2007 The Boston Real Estate Observer contributed to this report. We mentioned the latest Flip This House TV show, The Real Deal The Real Estate Pros, starring Richard Davis, back in April. Richard Davis traveled to the Boston area in the show’s special season opener to purchase a slice of the Brockton Rox. We had a hard time verifying this at first, but the Brockton Rox now lists Richard as one of the eight Brockton Rox Owners on their front-office details page.
The Real Thing The Real Estate Pros TV show, which follows Richard and his team, has produced some good shows, but it’s a toss-up between The Real Deal and The Real Estate Pros for the better Flip This House show. Than and Paul from The Real Estate Pros and Flip This House. The two shows are consistent in that they follow a good group of people who are having a good time doing what they’re doing while still making a good profit. It’s difficult not to watch the Montelongo Team on Flip This House, but there’s something off about this show; when you’re done watching, you get the feeling that something shady has happened.
S2e00 – a home run for trademark – richard c davis
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SC The Senate approves a $271 million rental assistance bill, which is then reconsidered. The South Carolina Senate approved H. 3770, which would allocate $271,774,744.30 for rental assistance, at the start of Thursday’s Senate proceedings, but representatives voted to reconsider the bill next week a short time later. Senators are requesting more information on a bill that would benefit renters in the state, and they claim the bill […]