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Small Ball: Sometimes Smaller Is Better
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Small Ball: Sometimes Smaller Is Better

While the REITs gobble up the competition, their smaller peers thrive regionally... More

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Non-negotiable: Tighter Market Means Few, if Any, Concessions

When the economic crash sent managers into a frenzy to keep occupancies from falling further, concessions were flying fast and furious. But a recently released Rent.com report shows just how far we've come since then. More

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Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing

Herman & Kittle reached out to officials in Clinton, Ind. to fulfill a need for affordable housing in the local area. The resulting $8.1 million reuse and new construction project exceeded expectations. More

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Burned: Lessons in Fire Safety, Learned the Hard Way

Managers are no strangers to handling devastating blazes: Nationally, 28 percent of all residential fires were reported in multifamily buildings, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. More

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Indianapolis Rehab Rebuilds Community From Squalor Indianapolis Rehab Rebuilds Community From Squalor

Two years after a complete gut-rehab, The Enclave at Meridian has grown into a vibrant, comfy community. More

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Conquering the Age Divide Conquering the Age Divide

Baby boomers and millennials present managers and owners with a difficult task—figuring out how to keep both groups happy, either separately or, more often than not, together. More

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Indy-Area Company Stumbles Upon Baby Boomer Success

Mark Juleen has learned that sometimes the key to discovering what people want happens by accident. Juleen and the team at Carmel, Ind.-based J.C. Hart Co. stumbled on an attractive layout that had Baby Boomers flocking to a local development. More

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Striking a Unit Balance for Both Baby Boomers and Gen Y Striking a Unit Balance for Both Baby Boomers and Gen Y

Finding the right unit mix in a new development can be a tricky task, an exercise in demographic research that can determine whether your building will cater to Baby Boomers or Millennials. More

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A Sneak Peek at 2014's Biggest Developers

No developer has started more than 10,000 units since the height of the last boom, in 2007. That doesn't look like it will change in 2014. More

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