November 2008 Table of Contents

Houston Count Grows

Houston—Marvy Finger is about to change this city's skyline as the longtime developer nears completion on One Park Place, the city's first luxury high-rise apartment building in more than four decades. Read more

Hanging Moss

New Orleans—How long does it take to recover from a hurricane? Natives here can't say for sure, but most can see that, while rebuilt homes, businesses, and apartment buildings may line many streets, getting back to full strength is likely to take much longer than three years. Read more


Trammell Crow Residential has hired Mark Barberich as project executive in its Mid-Atlantic region. Read more

Multifamily's Ups and Downs

Each month of 2008 brought more doom and gloom to the nation’s mounting economic crisis, and better news doesn’t appear to be on the horizon. Read more


Tampa, Fla.—Education is supposed to be a recession proof industry—but tell that to the administrators at the University of South Florida. Read more

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