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Mno-Bmadsen, the non-gaming investment arm of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, announced it acquired a majority stake in Cressy Commercial Real Estate, a full-service brokerage, development, construction and property management firm. 

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Three Native nonprofits have asked Congress to modify a federal housing program that currently grants money only to three non-Native non-profits, saying it “has largely bypassed Indian Country.”

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The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska said last week that it purchased a hospitality property in Juneau as part of a larger push to get “lands back into Indigenous hands.” 

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Ziggi’s Coffee, a Denver-based coffee franchise company, last week announced its first location on tribal lands.  

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Tribally-owned Bodwé Professional Services Group finds itself well-equipped to solve a current challenge: it’s growing so fast that it needs to design and configure more space for its operating companies.  

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The Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation is attempting to purchase the former White Sands Motel in Las Vegas for $10.25 million, bridging a gap in the tribes’ previous purchases along the south Strip area.  

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A government lending program for Native housing and infrastructure has been underused for a generation, despite its extensive flexibility and a 95% guarantee of lender outlays. 

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In an effort to increase tribal participation in its housing counseling program for consumers, the Department of Housing and Urban Development is proposing what it calls tribe-friendly changes to a policy requirement that dates back to 2010.

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The Oneida Nation plans to expand its Maple Leaf Market retail brand with a fourth store in upstate New York.   

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LAGUNA, N.M. — The Laguna Housing Development and Management Enterprise (LHDME) announced it has secured financing that will pave the way for a new $15 million affordable housing development with 20 townhomes and a community building for members living on the Laguna Pueblo.