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Why Green Building Certification Makes Cents
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Why Green Building Certification Makes Cents

The benefits include financial incentives, improved building performance, and... More

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Chris Herman Is Helping Balfour Residential Reach New Heights as MFE's 2014 Rising Star Chris Herman Is Helping Balfour Residential Reach New Heights as MFE's 2014 Rising Star

Chris Herman, of Balfour Residential and MFE's Rising Star of 2014, went from design to development. More

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Jonathan Rose, Green Pioneer, Takes Stock of the Industry's Progress Jonathan Rose, Green Pioneer, Takes Stock of the Industry's Progress

Green pioneer Jonathan Rose credits institutions, like the U.S. Green Building Council and Enterprise Community Partners, for driving the evolution of green building. More

Are Pre-Fab Micro Units the Solution to Millennial Urban Design?
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Are Pre-Fab Micro Units the Solution to Millennial Urban Design?

While many Millennials are drawn to city centers, they often suffer sticker-shock... More

MFE Question: What Exactly is "Workforce Housing"?
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MFE Question: What Exactly is "Workforce Housing"?

Industry officials clarify the definition of workforce housing drawing a line... More

Micro Units: The Essential Ingredients
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Micro Units: The Essential Ingredients

The tiny apartments don't have to measure 400 square fee and be situated in a... More

New Life for Boston's Old Colony
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New Life for Boston's Old Colony

The redevelopment of the U.S.'s oldest public affordable housing development... More

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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 luck and may the best projects shine! 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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Calling All Leaders, Past, Present, and Future

The apartment industry has evolved rapidly and impressively, notes new NMHC chair Daryl Carter. But the time is ripe for even further progress, he explains, if only we support and encourage the entrepreneurs among us. More

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