Building Performance

NAHB Recognizes Bozzuto Development and A-Mill Artist Lofts in Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards
Georgia City Bars Wood Framing for Mid-Rises
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Georgia City Bars Wood Framing for Mid-Rises

The Sandy Springs City Council has 16 adopted a “higher-quality” code that... More

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Green Housing, Merit: The Edge Green Housing, Merit: The Edge

Green is far more than an afterthought at The Edge: It’s an essential part of the brand. Located in Boston’s newly developing, five-building Green District, The Edge incorporates eco-friendly practices into virtually every component of the community. More

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New Apartment Energy-Efficiency Rating Introduced New Apartment Energy-Efficiency Rating Introduced

A new numerical assessment can help multifamily owners quickly and easily understand their buildings' energy usage. More

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Job Growth, Single-family Sluggishness Drive REIT Performance
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Seeing Green in Philadelphia

Transit-oriented project is the first in the U.S. to earn LEED Platinum for Neighborhood Development. More

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Is Going Green Worth the Trouble?

Officials debate whether green certifications are worth the extra cost. More

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Harvard Report Warns of Growing Affordability Problems Harvard Report Warns of Growing Affordability Problems

Affordability problems for American renters are skyrocketing, says a report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. More

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Power House: Buildings Producing Renewable Energy Seek to Submeter Power House: Buildings Producing Renewable Energy Seek to Submeter

A legislative victory in Connecticut enables buildings producing renewable energy to submeter electricity to their tenants. More

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Do Renters Really Care if Their Building Is Green?

Many owners and managers aren't convinced that renters will pay more for green features, though surveys say they will. More

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