The demand for independent-living units remains healthy this year, thanks to more seniors being able to afford retirement.
Five years after the recession, forecasts are finally reaching a new normal.
Federal officials defer medical marijuana regulations to local landlords on a case-by-case basis. States struggle to establish rules without conflict.
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HUD says it will speed federal assistance to the state after a massive tornado ravaged the suburb of Moore.
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco has delivered a bold 36-unit condo project.
Hanley Wood LLC, the premier media, event, information and strategic marketing services company serving the construction industry and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announced today a strategic partnership whereby Hanley Wood has acquired the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo.
Can apartments be too small? Developers are testing the boundaries, experimenting with layout and design to determine just how tiny and inexpensive a space they can easily lease.
Walker & Dunlop’s Will Baker says financing options are plentiful in the student housing sector and should continue for the foreseeable future.
The debt market for acquisition-rehabilitation deals grows more competitive as the industry recovers.
The $89 million loan will allow Amalgamated Warbasse to replace the electrical distribution system and refinance existing debt.
KTGY Group devises a design that aligns townhouses of different widths, side by side, without losing unit density.
The West Loop addition caters to young professionals.
In Mumbai, India, architect James Law is going out on a limb to give each apartment dweller their own swimming pool.
Almost everyone involved in building or rehabilitating apartment buildings is aware, at some level, of the various green building certification programs available. But many may not be aware of just how important certification is and the value it can add to a multifamily property.
The 456-unit, Boynton Beach, Fla., project is the largest multifamily community to achieve Gold status in NAHB's green certification program.
Michael Green says his wooden towers can help offset climate change. Can he find a client willing to go out on a limb and build one?
Overall, the agency reports a significant increase in certified projects, with Los Angeles, Washington, Chicago, New York, and Atlanta ranking in the top five.
Blue Sea Development’s Arbor House is providing housing and a healthier lifestyle for low-income residents.
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