More stories about Architects

  • News Bites

    Hope for a Cure, License to Drive, Road Trip, Racial Awareness

  • Betting on the Recovery

    The grinding halt in the capital markets that brought both the construction and trading of apartments to a slowdown hasn't abated.

  • Landmarks: Via Mizner

    Addison Mizner's designs were advanced and reflected forward thinking, especially in terms of the scale and feel of the projects he created.

  • A Corner for Affordable Housing

    The property at Eddy and Taylor Streets will become the 13-story Eddy and Taylor Family Housing development with at least 20 percent reserved for homeless families when it opens by 2012.

  • River of Life

    A project sensitive to its distinct surroundings, specifically its riverfront location and rolling meadows.

  • A New Brew

    Construction will soon begin on the redevelopment of the Lemp Brewery site, bringing offices, restaurants, shops, and 400 apartments to the complex of red brick buildings.

  • Product Studio: Durable Windows and Doors

    These windows and doors are built tough enough to withstand the roughest weather conditions.

  • Top Tier: Property Managers Promote Quality Assets

    Property managers go large, emphasizing asset management at the associate level.

  • A New Tune: The Victor Luxury Waterfront Lofts, Camden, N.J.

    The first time Carl Dranoff entered the Victor building on the Camden, N.J., waterfront, he wore a hard hat and steel-toe boots and carried a flashlight—the only way to safely navigate the abandoned manufacturing plant.

  • Auto Motives: Trends in Parking at Multifamily Properties

    Property managers employ innovative ways to maximize multifamily parking.