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New Manhattan West Will Rival Hudson Yards Mega-Project
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New Manhattan West Will Rival Hudson Yards Mega-Project

Brookfield's complex takes shape on Far West Side, with area’s first major... More

Las Vegas Projects Will Add More Than 1,000 Apartments
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Las Vegas Projects Will Add More Than 1,000 Apartments

One of the developments is expected to open this year, help meet city’s goal for... More

LaRue Pilots Forest City Through an Aggressive Transformation
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LaRue Pilots Forest City Through an Aggressive Transformation

Five years in, a pared-down Forest City is right-sized for the future. More

Manhattan Condo Will Boast New York State’s Largest Residential Green Wall
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Manhattan Condo Will Boast New York State’s Largest Residential Green Wall

Wall of seasonal vines will span luxury building's entire southern façade. More

Denver Building Industry Unites Against Fees
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Denver Building Industry Unites Against Fees

Denver building industry interests are weighing in heavily against proposed... More

When Will Millennials Move to the 'Burbs?
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When Will Millennials Move to the 'Burbs?

It's a matter of time before millennials start moving out of cities, meaning... More

L.A. Multifamily Developer Is Trump's Biggest Donor
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L.A. Multifamily Developer Is Trump's Biggest Donor

Of the contributions disclosed so far, the biggest Trump supporter in the country... More

Developers Focus on ‘Thoughtful’ High-End Amenities
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Developers Focus on ‘Thoughtful’ High-End Amenities

Knock-your-socks-off amenities packages have become as important — and common — as... More

Fitch: New US CMBS Multifamily Supply Is Increasing Risks of Overbuilding
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Fitch: New US CMBS Multifamily Supply Is Increasing Risks of Overbuilding

High-end construction in 12 metros intensifies; Fitch doesn't expect ratings impact. More

WSJ: Apartment Boom Needs Cooling-Off Period
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WSJ: Apartment Boom Needs Cooling-Off Period

The apartment-building boom is running into a supply problem. More

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