Tertiary markets grew more than 30 percent in a strong July for apartment sales.Read More
Strong job growth couple with low single-family moveouts drove strong second quarter REIT results.Read More
Given the multitude of soundproofing options available, developers and owners don't have to break the bank to keep the noise down.Read More
Apartment buildings no longer provide just a home to their residents—many properties are serving tenants with work spaces and business-support services, as well.Read More
Rent growth numbers are flexing the strength of the recovery as a new post-recession peak was reached in July.Read More
After Superstorm Sandy ravaged the New York metropolitan area, an innovative federal program challenged design teams to weave resilience into the urban landscape.
Only twice in the past 25 years have new apartment buildings been going up as quickly as they are right now.
Last week, the Financial Times added fuel to a long-running rumor by reporting that Atlanta-based Gables Residential was on the market
While many Millennials are drawn to city centers, they often suffer sticker-shock when looking for an apartment. So, a group of young Northeastern University alumni have developed an approach to apartment construction and urban design that appeals to Millennials' wallets.
Cap rates compressed even more in the gateway metros on the coasts in the year's first half. But those prices are pushing even the biggest institutional investors into secondary markets.
Although the Iceberg development was inspired by the cold peaks of ice mountains, the development team envisioned a warm and inviting community to crop up around the 200-unit apartment building.
When square footage is at a premium, downsizing major appliances can provide serious space savings.
Carrfour Supportive Housing and Landmark Development have transformed a blighted 1950s apartment project into the 100-unit Hampton Village Apartments.
A struggling housing development has been rehabbed in Baton Rouge, La.
The story of Zollie Scales Manor serves as a case study for a novel approach to the production of more affordable housing, writes Lancaster Pollard's Brian Coate in this guest commentary.
The preservation of a Camden, N.J., development has become the first moderate rehabilitation deal to be approved under RAD's first component.
Developer Carl Dranoff knows the Philadelphia real estate market well, having helped make an important city area a 24/7 neighborhood with luxury condo and rental product. His latest local development is no less impressive.
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