September 2008 Table of Contents

Boston Remains Tough

Boston—After a year of lawsuits, HarborView at the Navy Yard, a failed condominium development, has completed its transformation into a rental property. Read more

FHA Aligns With Tax Credits

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has made sweeping changes to its multifamily programs to make them work better with low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs). Read more

Enterprise Provides Carbon Offset Funds For Mixed-Use Project

Albuquerque, N.M. —The first phase of Silver Gardens, a 119-unit transit-oriented, mixed-income housing community located here, will be the first in the nation to receive funding from the newly formed Enterprise Green Communities Offset Fund, an initiative to counter developments' carbon emissions. Read more

Master of Disaster

In the July/August issue Morgan McMillan, a senior broker with insurance firm McGriff, Seibels & Williams, based in Dallas, talked with APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY about recent catastrophic flooding and storms across the country and how apartment owners can protect their properties. Read more

Setting a New Course

For most of its nearly 20-year history, Laramar Group never considered acquiring a failed condominium deal. Read more

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