Gorman Starts First Denver Project
Gorman & Co. has broken ground on its first development in metro Denver, a mixed-use development that will feature 42 affordable housing units.
Construction Costs Fall, Labor Costs Rise
National Real Estate Investor contributor Bendix Anderson looks at the declining...
3 Baby Boomer Housing Must-Haves
While blanket statements are impossible for this generation, there are a few...
Good Urban Design Requires Blending In
Seamless connections and adjacencies are the foundation of strong mixed-use...
New York’s Dunn Development Continues to Break Ground
The Brooklyn-based firm will help to rejuvenate an East New York corridor and...
New Mixed-Use Project to Rejuvenate California City
ROEM Corporation breaks ground on new affordable, energy efficient development in...
Apartment Construction Boom Could Extend Well Into 2016
CoStar's Randyl Drummer takes a stab at answering the question of how long the...
Putting on the Ritz: How to Stand Out in the Class A Sector
As renter expectations grow ever more sophisticated, high-end product continues to evolve to sate demand, and B and C properties reap the collateral rewards.
Chicago Suburb Growing in Popularity
Evanston isn't just a college town anymore.
New Dallas Mixed-Use Development Spotlights and Extends a Local Park
Trammell Crow's Park District will provide office, retail and residential space near one of the city's newest attractions, Klyde Warren Park.