Design & Development

Four Ways Katrina Changed Community Planning for the Better
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Four Ways Katrina Changed Community Planning for the Better

It’s not always possible -- or wise -- to keep building residential and office... Read more

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Gulf Coast Resurgence Gulf Coast Resurgence

AHF highlights 10 developments that have increased the housing stock and revitalized communities 10 years after Hurricane Katrina. Read more

Luxury High-Rise Fosters a University City That Never Sleeps
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Luxury High-Rise Fosters a University City That Never Sleeps

Southern Land Co.'s 363-unit, mixed-use rental adds a feather in the cap for... Read more

D.C. Apartment Complex Serves Fresh Food Aficionados
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D.C. Apartment Complex Serves Fresh Food Aficionados

With a demonstration kitchen, harvest table, and rooftop gardens, Station House... Read more

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DC Development to Combine Housing, Job Training, Health Care DC Development to Combine Housing, Job Training, Health Care

The $90 million Conway Center will be the first development to bring together affordable housing, job training, and health care under one roof in Washington, D.C. Read more

Mix and Mingle: Shared Services for Seniors, Market-Rate Renters Prove a Success
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Mix and Mingle: Shared Services for Seniors, Market-Rate Renters Prove a Success

Pillar Properties finds success in developing market-rate apartments near its... Read more

Baby Boomers Want Space, Lifestyle Amenities in Apartments
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Baby Boomers Want Space, Lifestyle Amenities in Apartments

What kind of neighborhood are boomers looking for? Today’s developers are getting... Read more

Modular Grows as Conventional Building Costs Climb
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Modular Grows as Conventional Building Costs Climb

As the cycle matures, apartment pros cut time to market with prefab construction. Read more

Avanti Makes Senior Housing 'Sexy'
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Avanti Makes Senior Housing 'Sexy'

The 2-year-old seniors housing developer aims to differentiate itself with... Read more

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New Water Rule Could Slow Permits New Water Rule Could Slow Permits

Despite calls for more clarity from the development community, the White House green-lights a controversial water rule that could affect the flow of permits. Read more

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