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Donald Trump Asks Richard LeFrak, Steven Roth to Monitor Infrastructure Plan’s Costs
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Donald Trump Asks Richard LeFrak, Steven Roth to Monitor Infrastructure Plan’s Costs

Plan is to name the two developers to head up new council that will watch over... More

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Adaptive Reuse, Grand: ElseWarehouse Adaptive Reuse, Grand: ElseWarehouse

ElseWarehouse is a perfect example of the old adage to not judge a book by its cover. Though the building exterior is plain, the inside is anything but ordinary. More

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Ferguson Tragedy Reflects Poverty's Push to the Suburbs

The aftermath of this tragedy has helped shine a spotlight on an issue that many in the housing community grapple with everyday—the continuing shift of poverty from the nation’s inner cities to the suburbs. More

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High-Rise Developments Face Oversupply

Hunt Development senior vice president Jim Dobbie warns that demand for high-rise multifamily projects will keep pace with supply only in areas that have increasing job growth. More

Berkeley Point, Now Part of Cantor, Adds Van Kirk
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Berkeley Point, Now Part of Cantor, Adds Van Kirk

A few months after being bought by Cantor Commercial Real Estate, Berkeley Point... More

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Cannabis Conundrum: What the New Pot Laws Mean to Multifamily Cannabis Conundrum: What the New Pot Laws Mean to Multifamily

There’s no clear resolution in sight when it comes to the opposing stances between the federal government and an increasing number of states on the issue of marijuana legalization. And many in the multifamily industry are caught in between. 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

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LIHTC Survives Tax Reform Draft; Big Changes Proposed

The affordable housing industry reacts to Rep. Camp's much-anticipated tax reform draft, which preserves the LIHTC but introduces major changes, and even eliminates, other vital multifamily programs. More

Fast Forward: 2014 Market Preview
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Fast Forward: 2014 Market Preview

Bell Partners had a busy year on the investment front in 2013, buying more than... More

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When Natural Disasters Strike, Emergency Prep Work is Put to the Test

When natural disasters such as floods or tornadoes strike a community, all of the time spent training your staff in emergency preparation is put to the test. Here, two multifamily firms tell their tales of picking up the pieces. More

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