New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner, LA

Bellwether Enterprise Arranges More Than $160 Million in Financing for Affordable Housing
25 Cities With the Biggest Single-Family Rent Hikes
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25 Cities With the Biggest Single-Family Rent Hikes

These markets have seen the greatest year-over-year rent growth. More

Gulf Coast Resurgence
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Gulf Coast Resurgence

AHF highlights 10 developments that have increased the housing stock and... More

Heritage Senior Residences: A Model for Senior Housing
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Heritage Senior Residences: A Model for Senior Housing

Appealing communities that serve a growing elderly population are desperately... More

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Green Housing, Merit: Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc Green Housing, Merit: Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc

After Mother Nature obliterated New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Columbia Residential and JHP Architecture wanted to nourish the environment with eco-friendly development as the city rebuilt its housing stock. That sentiment, and the desire to provide homes for displaced seniors, drove Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc. More

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New Orleans' Make It Right Wins Hanley Award for Community Service

$25,000 grant recognizes nonprofits More

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HUD Secretary Castro Calls for Change

HUD secretary Julian Castro addressed key housing industry stakeholders at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit on Tuesday, calling on advocates to keep pushing until housing finance reform is taken “over the finish line." More

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Content Management Delivers Better SEO for Properties

A property’s social media presence drives residents to the development's online locations the quickest. More

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Seniors Community Helps Stabilize New Orleans Neighborhood Seniors Community Helps Stabilize New Orleans Neighborhood

Columbia Residential's new mixed-income community helps stabilize an area devastated by Hurricane Katrina More

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Seven Years After Katrina, New Orleans Ninth Ward Still Struggling Seven Years After Katrina, New Orleans Ninth Ward Still Struggling

When it comes to rebuilding, can New Orleans put the ball in the end zone? More

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