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Western Union: Behind the Scenes of the Essex–BRE Deal Western Union: Behind the Scenes of the Essex–BRE Deal

Multifamily Executive goes behind the scenes to offer a comprehensive, revealing blow-by-blow account of the dance between Essex Realty Trust and BRE Properties. Deal junkies, this one's for you. More

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BRIDGing the Gap BRIDGing the Gap

The venerable affordable housing developer, No. 5 on this year's AHF 50 top developers list, is pursuing an amibitious growth plan with the confidence born of a regional legacy. More

A Slow Move Toward Potential Oversupply
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A Slow Move Toward Potential Oversupply

Axiometrics' Jay Denton takes a guest turn on our site to analyze the effect... More

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Above Sea Level: NYC Architects Creatively Battle Rising Flood Waters Above Sea Level: NYC Architects Creatively Battle Rising Flood Waters

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. More

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Eat, Pray, Merge: An Inside Look at the Essex-BRE Deal

A dinner with investors in November may have nudged BRE Properties to join forces with Essex Property Trust. More

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Domino Effect Domino Effect

In assessing the biggest apartment transactions of 2013, ­it’s no surprise the Archstone/Equity Residential deal ranks first. But perhaps even more impressive is the number and size of the sales that ­occurred in its wake, some of which topped the billion-dollar mark. More

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The Brockman Lofts

Simpson Housing took a broken condo deal and turned it into one of the most luxurious apartment rental properties in downtown Los Angeles. More

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Sustainable 904 West Opens First Phase in Austin Sustainable 904 West Opens First Phase in Austin

Green features and innovative industrial construction methods highlight Austin's 904 West. More

Philly Heats Up
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Philly Heats Up

Investors are starting to swoon again in the City of Brotherly Love. More

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Recession-Proof?

Tampa, Fla.—Education is supposed to be a recession proof industry—but tell that to the administrators at the University of South Florida. More

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