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Apartment Construction Boom Could Extend Well Into 2016
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Apartment Construction Boom Could Extend Well Into 2016

CoStar's Randyl Drummer takes a stab at answering the question of how long the... Read more

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Putting on the Ritz: How to Stand Out in the Class A Sector 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. Read more

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Chicago Suburb Growing in Popularity Chicago Suburb Growing in Popularity

Evanston isn't just a college town anymore. Read more

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New Dallas Mixed-Use Development Spotlights and Extends a Local Park 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. Read more

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Lloyd Co.'s Lofts Light Up Downtown Sioux Falls

South Dakota may be best known for Mount Rushmore, but the state also has a bustling downtown in its largest city. Read more

Yearley Sheds Light on Toll Brothers' Multifamily Strategy
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Yearley Sheds Light on Toll Brothers' Multifamily Strategy

In a recent discussion with Multifamily Executive, Doug Yearley shed light on Toll... Read more

Silo Transformed Into High-Rise Apartments
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Silo Transformed Into High-Rise Apartments

From storing grain to housing people, the adaptive-reuse of a silo epitomizes a... Read more

Toll Brothers Push Further Into Apartments
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Toll Brothers Push Further Into Apartments

Single-family builder Toll Brothers keeps its eyes on the apartment market with... Read more

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Live-Work Lofts Add to Palette of L.A. Arts District

A $30 million project under way is just one part of a larger development planned to take a Los Angeles community’s blend of living and workspace to another level. Read more

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New Brooklyn High-Rise Part of Area Housing Surge

The development of 1 North 4th Place is part of a greater surge of housing in one Brooklyn neighborhood. The Williamsburg waterfront area is becoming a thriving area as more than 1,500 units of housing will come through the pipeline. Read more

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