MULTIFAMILY EXECUTIVE is pleased to present the 25th annual NMHC 50, the National Multifamily Housing Council’s authoritative ranking of the nation's 50 largest apartment owners and 50 largest apartment managers.Read More
FTI Consulting manager Glenn Brill gives his take on what's to come for New York City's housing stock. The working class, which is composed mostly of Millennial workers, is poised to dictate which changes will be successful and which will fall flat.Read More
Lenders continue to seek acquisition-rehab deals despite the growing appetite for new construction.Read More
Low-income, student housing, and military holdings are helping some companies make their mark on this year’s owners list.Read More
You'd probably guess some Florida or Arizona markets would see the most well-occupied seniors communities, but you'd be wrong. Northern, snowy cities dominate the list, according to Marcus & Millichap.Read More
With apartment rents rising quickly in many markets and the single-family home market on the mend, the spreading housing recovery is reviving interest in the long-dormant condominium market.
MULTIFAMILY EXECUTIVE is pleased to present the 25th annual NMHC 50, the National Multifamily Housing Council’s authoritative ranking of the nation's 50 largest apartment owners and 50 largest apartment managers.
Lenders continue to seek acquisition-rehab deals despite the growing appetite for new construction.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Company tops the list as the largest conventional multifamily lender last year by making more than $15 billion in loans, according to a report released Tuesday.
With construction growing, the cycle maturing, and interest rates rising, many observers are now wondering whether cap rates have bottomed and will head upward over the next few years.
We’re looking for the most successful senior housing projects that opened between July 1, 2012 and Dec. 1, 2013 for this year's MFE Awards. Registration ends on April 15 and binders must be submitted for judging by June 3. Check out the rules and guidelines here and more past winners here. Good...
When Italian–Israeli architect David Fisher took in the sweeping views of New York City from the Olympic Tower in Midtown, inspiration hit: What if everyone in the building could enjoy the same views, no matter what side of the building they were on?
From bicycle codes to constrained space due to water filtration systems, California architects are dealing with climate change the best way they know how -- by adapting their practices.
Transit-oriented project is the first in the U.S. to earn LEED Platinum for Neighborhood Development.
In a recent moderated discussion on Twitter, Multifamily Executive engaged some of the industry's leading operators to discuss the ongoing challenges and opportunities in multifamily technology.
It's that time of the year again! The 2014 MFE Awards competition is in full swing, so sign up today to highlight your company's accomplishments by registering an entry online.
The NMHC's Rick Haughey shares seven steps to getting started down a path toward better decision making utilizing technology.
Many market-rate communities try to use green certifications to appeal to young professionals or Gen-Y renters who want to lead a very eco-friendly lifestyle. But seniors don’t seem to have that same level of interest.
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