The uneven economic recovery is having an uneven effect on the price of construction. Overall, the cost of construction for apartment properties continues to rise faster than inflation, roiling many construction schedules along the way.Read More
Jefferson Apartment Group is enamored of the transformation happening in West Palm Beach, where it's building a Class A community. In fact, South Florida is among the most active new construction areas this year.Read More
As land prices soar, developers are being a bit more tactical in choosing where to place new projects.Read More
Dominium provides insight into expanding into the Florida market including Naples, where occupancy is the highest in the nation.Read More
A prominent downtown site gets a second life as home to a luxury residential tower.Read More
CoStar's plans to buy Apartments.com, for $585 million, advances the real estate data firm's efforts to branch out into the multifamily arena, which has been on the rise, literally, in the D.C. area and nationally.
Twin Cities apartment developers are filling units nearly as fast as they can build them. Although more than 3,000 new apartments were built in the metro over the past year, the average vacancy rate barely budged, ending the year at just 2.5 percent.
While these neighborly REITs began life with similar footprints and trajectories, they took very different paths in the years ahead. And today, one owns the other, combining to form the industry’s second-largest REIT, eclipsed only by Equity Residential.
The apartment industry has evolved rapidly and impressively, notes new NMHC chair Daryl Carter. But the time is ripe for even further progress, he explains, if only we support and encourage the entrepreneurs among us.
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.
A little more than a year after Hurricane Sandy swept over New York City, architects have gone back to the drawing board to face the rising flood levels in the city.
Flowing with its natural water habitat, this 100-unit luxury building mimics the sea and mountains by the Vejle Fjord in Denmark.
Zaha Hadid blend a 60s-inspired, cool design with innovative style to New York City's skyline.
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.
Walkscore.com ranks the most walkable cities in the nation, and while perennial favorites New York City and San Francisco retained top rankings, Philadelphia and Miami surged up this year's list.
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