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6 Easy Ways to Keep Outdoor Spaces Looking Fresh
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6 Easy Ways to Keep Outdoor Spaces Looking Fresh

Apartment managers must keep outside areas appealing to attract—and retain—residents. More

Five Hot Property Management Apps
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Five Hot Property Management Apps

The growing range of property management apps—from conducting inspections to... More

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Student Housing Developer Brings Off-Campus Amenities Closer to Home Student Housing Developer Brings Off-Campus Amenities Closer to Home

In Tempe, Ariz., Residential Housing Development saw how students were flocking to off-campus dorms with alluring amenities, so the firm went all out with its 900-bed property District on Apache. The leased-up project already has a waiting list. More

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Millennials Poised to Shape NYC Apartment Landscape

FTI Consulting manager Glenn Brill gives his take on what's to come for New York City's housing stock. The working class, which is composed mostly of Millennial workers, is poised to dictate which changes will be successful and which will fall flat. More

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Hines Bets Big on Houston in Wake of WaterWall

Houston’s Uptown district, one of the country’s largest central business districts, has long held appeal, and it's here that Hines recently opened its WaterWall Place while working on three other communities nearby. More

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Hines’ 322-Unit WaterWall Place, Houston Hines’ 322-Unit WaterWall Place, Houston

Because of the stellar location and its strong housing mix, Hines knew to go the luxury route. Working with Houston-based architecture firms Wallace Garcia Wilson and Jackson & Ryan Architects, the firm decided to construct a seven-story, 316,000-square-foot, steel building that could meet the area’s increasing density demand. More

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Hamilton Square North

Although St. Francis Hospital served Jersey City residents for decades, its huge campus forced the closing of a vibrant commercial corridor, Pavonia Avenue, and prevented pedestrian traffic in the neighborhood. The hospital closed in 2005, and the complex, which covered two city blocks, needed to be redeveloped. More

Rehab's Reach
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Rehab's Reach

Six case studies from our third annual MFE Apartment Renovation Index survey... More

Apartment Sales Close Out 2011 on the Rise
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Apartment Sales Close Out 2011 on the Rise

A recent report from New York–based commercial real estate research firm Real... More

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Drain Cover Recall may Delay Pool Season

Eight manufacturers have recalled about one million potentially dangerous pool drain covers, meaning some pools may open late. More

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