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Multifamily Complex to Revitalize Detroit Neighborhood
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Multifamily Complex to Revitalize Detroit Neighborhood

DuCharme Place will be first new apartment building in Lafayette Park in decades. More

Toll Brothers Buys 34-Acre Site Outside San Jose
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Toll Brothers Buys 34-Acre Site Outside San Jose

The site has approvals for roughly 1,000 residential units, ranging from dense... More

Looking Back 100 Years at the Wendel Family, New York's Biggest Real Estate Owners
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Looking Back 100 Years at the Wendel Family, New York's Biggest Real Estate Owners

The Wendel family, bygone real estate tycoons, avoided publicity and luxury. Their... More

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Reinventing a Jersey City Warehouse Reinventing a Jersey City Warehouse

The 110-year-old warehouse, abandoned for decades, will be transformed into 350 apartments. More

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Best Reuse of Land, Grand: Arlington 360 Best Reuse of Land, Grand: Arlington 360

Development at the site of the defunct Symmes hospital was a long time coming. The town of Arlington purchased the land in 2001, after which point several building efforts were unsuccessful. The land’s steep grade and strict conservation requirements presented challenges for Arlington 360 developer Jefferson Apartment Group (JAG), as well. However, those initial obstacles allowed for some of the project’s biggest assets: 11 acres of green space and spectacular views of the Boston skyline. More

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Sky-High Prices for Land Force Developers to Get Creative

As land prices soar, developers are being a bit more tactical in choosing where to place new projects. 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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Land Prices Spike as Developers Race to Break Ground

The race is on to build and deliver new units while the upturn still has momentum, but the frenzied pace of competition has bumped up land prices significantly. More

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A New Jersey Landowner’s Dream Is No Longer Impossible

"Man of La Mancha" composer takes to the airwaves to promote his “green village,” which has been in the works for more than two decades. More

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As Discounts Wane, Multifamily Firms Move to Development

Many multifamily firms are moving back into development mode as discounts in the acquisition space dry up. But finding the capital to do so can be difficult. More

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