Regional Coverage

Pacific

  • Shipping Container Apartment Being Erected in Washington

    In Washington, D.C., a couple of people think they have a solution for the affordable housing crunch—sea containers. The Washington Post's Michael Laris reports.

     
  • Browsing for Dollars

    Crowdfunding has gotten a lot of hype recently, but misconceptions still exist. Here are six myths surrounding the funding mechanism.

     
  • The Myths of Crowdfunding, Part 3

    As investors and owners investigate crowdfunding, they’ll find a number of myths about the practice and its impact on the apartment industry. Over the next week, Multifamily Executive will look at each of these myths. Here's the third one …

     

Mountain

Plains

Great Lakes

  • Michigan Construction Firm Travels North for $6.6M Apartment Building

    A Grand Rapids construction company has transformed an old school in the Upper Peninsula into the 22-unit, 35,000-square-foot Apple Blossom Apartments.

     
  • The Myths of Crowdfunding, Part 4

    As investors and owners investigate crowdfunding, they’ll find a number of myths about the practice and its impact on the apartment industry. Over the next week, Multifamily Executive will look at each of these myths. Parts one and two have ran. Here's the fourth one …

     
  • Milwaukee Middle School Revived To House Seniors

    A building that once catered to a Milwaukee community’s youth has been brought back to life to house seniors.Gorman & Company recently transformed a former middle school into 68 affordable units of senior housing in a $14.466 million renovation.

     

West South Central

East South Central

New England

Mid-Atlantic

  • The Myths of Crowdfunding, Part 1

    As investors and owners investigate crowdfunding, they’ll find a number of myths about the practice and its impact on the apartment industry. Over the next week, Multifamily Executive will look at each of these myths. Here's the first one …

     
  • Creating New York Apartments From Unlikely Buildings

    With land scarce in Manhattan, developers are creating new apartments by reinventing churches, garages, and theaters.

     

South Atlantic

 

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