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  • Lender Interest Strong in Acq-Rehab Market

    Lenders continue to seek acquisition-rehab deals despite the growing appetite for new construction.

  • Top 10 Multifamily Lenders of 2013

    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.

  • The Future of Apartment Cap Rates

    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.



  • MFE Awards: Seniors Housing, Seamless Design

    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...

  • Fresh Spin: Design Plans Reignited for Rotating Tower

    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?

  • After Drought, California Focuses on Water Filtration

    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.


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