Design & Development

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Condo Comeback? Condo Comeback?

It’s not like it's 2005, but, suddenly, for-sale multifamily is making sense again. Read more

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Empty-Nesters Flock to Apartment Living Empty-Nesters Flock to Apartment Living

Magnitude of Boomers’ rental demand stuns some industry observers. Read more

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Massachusetts Mixed-Income Development Lauded for Sustainability Massachusetts Mixed-Income Development Lauded for Sustainability

The $19 million community has been honored by the Rental Housing Association. Read more

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JBG Taps Into D.C. Neighborhood Revitalization JBG Taps Into D.C. Neighborhood Revitalization

Developer looks to repeat its success in a rapidly gentrifying area of D.C. with new development nearby. Read more

Rehab Q&A with Albert Berriz and Mark Moorhouse
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Rehab Q&A with Albert Berriz and Mark Moorhouse

We asked Albert Berriz, CEO of McKinley, and Mark Moorhouse, project partner at... Read more

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Oceans Apart: Newest AVA Community Designed With Asian Flair Oceans Apart: Newest AVA Community Designed With Asian Flair

AvalonBay's AVA Little Tokyo was designed with Japanese pop culture in mind. Read more

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Vertical Gardens: A "Living" Building Down Under Vertical Gardens: A "Living" Building Down Under

A residential and commercial building in Australia gets covered in growing plants and flowers. Read more

Trends in Designing for Baby Boomers
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Trends in Designing for Baby Boomers

Over the next decade, more than half of all new renter households created will be... Read more

Trends in Designing for Millennials
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Trends in Designing for Millennials

What are Millennials looking for when they look at your community? In this video,... Read more

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Will Oversupply Threaten the Industry's Momentum?

Although there are several markets that will likely struggle with oversupply, industry leaders aren’t concerned about the more than 75,000 units that are expected to deliver before the end of this year, according to data from Dallas-based Axiometrics. The research firm also expects more than 222,000 units to come to fruition next year. Read more

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