City Market at O Revitalizes Historic 19th-Century Market
A new development in a historic district of Washington, D.C., is helping...
Bascom Bets Big, Camden Cashes In, on Sin City
The $630 million deal sees Camden leave, and Bascom dominate, Vegas.
Dominium Turns Historic City Building Into Popular Urban Apartments
Developer overcomes significant challenges to transform 1913 structure in downtown...
Apartment Renewal Rates Hit 10-Year High
More renters are renewing their leases rather than moving, new MPF Research data...
Redefining 'Affordability': Should It Include More of the Middle?
Here's an exploration of the definition of “affordable” in affordable housing,...
Renting “Preferred” Theory a Fallacy
What's driving the current boom in apartment demand? It's not that recession-weary...
MFEC: Industry's Top Architects Reveal What's on Their Drawing Boards
At day one of the Multifamily Executive Conference, some of the nation’s most creative architects took time to tell us what’s on their drawing boards in a fast-moving discussion that included Manny Gonzalez of KTGY; Daniel Gehman, principal, Harley Ellis Devereaux; Mark Humphreys, CEO, Humphreys and Partners, Michael Ytteberg, BLT Architects; and Scott Ziegler of Ziegler Cooper.
What Overbuilding? Some Markets in Desperate Need of Supply
Panelists discussed the threat of overbuilding Monday at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit.
Live–Work Spaces Present New Opportunity for Owners, Operators
Apartment buildings no longer provide just a home to their residents—many properties are serving tenants with work spaces and business-support services, as well.
New Brooklyn High-Rise Part of Area Housing Surge
The development of 1 North 4th Place is part of a greater surge of housing in one Brooklyn neighborhood. The Williamsburg waterfront area is becoming a thriving area as more than 1,500 units of housing will come through the pipeline.