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  • Quick Step: Q & A with Phil Pitney

    As a vice president at Fairfield Residential in Bethesda, Md., Phil Pitney was used to the East Coast pace. This spring, that pace quickened a bit more for Pitney, who was named president of Lane Strategic Investment, a division of Atlanta-based Lane Co. that is expected to swell its acquisitions...

  • Brilliant Disguise

    Blending into its Sacramento neighborhood was always the goal for North Avenue Apartments, an 80-unit affordable housing project. Accomplishing that feat took some design creativity.

  • Speed the Turn

    It's lease renewal time, and if the departure of Brad the Broker in Unit 134 is taking your leasing agent and property manager by surprise, your company is already losing money.

  • Inside Out Living

    When it comes to multifamily living, more and more residents are interested in outdoor living space—patios, balconies, and terraces that bring light into their homes and allow them to enjoy nature.

  • Sight Line

    A picture is worth a thousand words—or better yet, a thousand dollars. To help buyers visualize the sweeping views from their future condos, the Atlanta-based Novare Group photographs the views from various building heights and showcases these images throughout sales centers, model units, project...

  • Call to Action

    People notice when J. Ronald Terwilliger, one of the best-known executives in the multifamily industry, champions a cause. So Terwilliger turned heads when he recently put his money where his mouth is: Instead of just talking about the serious need for workforce housing, he gave millions of his own...

  • Build or Buy?

    Lane Co., an Atlanta-based third-party manager of more than 30,000 units, has always maintained a dedicated practice for public housing clients. “It may not be the most profitable stuff in the world, but we believe in doing it from a community-oriented perspective,” says Dan Haefner, Lane's chief...

  • Condo Oasis

    What's in a name? In Mezzo's case, it might be more than you think.

  • Peachy Keen

    The winding, twisting road to overall apartment market improvement is typically marked with hiccups and false starts. But after overcoming some bumps along the way, Atlanta appears to be back on track.

  • Outside Influences