BUYING TIME: Developers like Carl Dranoff think the moment is right for a condo resurgence. Also, the top 10 Deals of 2014.
CREST FALLEN: Aaron Halfacre helps lead the charge to right once-promising REIT Campus Crest. Also, the best debt bets.
Is activist investor Jonathan Litt the most dangerous man in the REIT sector?
GUIDING LIGHTS: Lili Dunn and her peers set the standard for the next generation of women in multifamily.
UNDER THE RADAR: A focus on secondary markets and value-add fuels steady growth at Ella Shaw Neyland's Steadfast Cos.
GROWING TALL: Tim Fournier's Conifer Realty rose out of Home Properties to become a fixture among the nation's top 25 affordable housing firms.
SMALL BUT MIGHTY: As the biggest owners and managers get bigger, nimble firms like John Hart's JC Hart flex their local and regional muscle.
DOG DAYS: After decades of banning pets, apartment firms are welcoming them — and gaining human residents, as well.
ALL IN THE FAMILY: Toll Brothers' Charles Elliott leads the single-family builder's charge into frenemy territory.
LEADING MAN: 2015 Executive of the Year Michael Schall has Essex soaring among the heavyweights.
The 2015 MFE Awards
TURNAROUND TIME: Gilbert Winn and his peers revitalize forgotten neighborhoods in adapting old buildings into affordable housing