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Swedish Development Marries Urban, Natural Landscapes
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Swedish Development Marries Urban, Natural Landscapes

A mixed-use community attempts to establish a visionary residential quarter. More

2015 MFE Awards: Deadline Extended
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2015 MFE Awards: Deadline Extended

The 2015 MFE Awards are open for entries until June 12. We're seeking submissions... More

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Chris Herman Is Helping Balfour Residential Reach New Heights as MFE's 2014 Rising Star Chris Herman Is Helping Balfour Residential Reach New Heights as MFE's 2014 Rising Star

Chris Herman, of Balfour Residential and MFE's Rising Star of 2014, went from design to development. More

Alliance Residential's Bruce Ward Wins MFE's Executive of the Year
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Alliance Residential's Bruce Ward Wins MFE's Executive of the Year

By playing it smart in the last cycle, Bruce Ward has moved to the top of the... 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

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Developers Increasingly Tap EB-5 to Attract Foreign Capital Developers Increasingly Tap EB-5 to Attract Foreign Capital

Apartment developers are increasingly tapping the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as EB-5, to create viable sources of capital for deals. Successful investors are granted green cards in exchange for helping spur job creation through construction projects. More

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Labor Shortages, High Materials Costs Delaying Many Projects

The coupling of labor shortages and rising costs of materials have been plaguing multifamily construction, leading to delays that increase the cost of a project. More

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Southern Discomfort: Winter Storms Stall Construction in South Southern Discomfort: Winter Storms Stall Construction in South

If this long cold winter has done anything, it's forced developers and construction teams to anticipate any type of weather, no matter how severe. More

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Labor Shortages, High Materials Costs Delaying Many Projects Labor Shortages, High Materials Costs Delaying Many Projects

The coupling of labor shortages and rising costs of materials have been plaguing multifamily construction, leading to delays that increase the cost of a project. More

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MFE Question: Will Soaring Labor and Materials Prices Affect 2014's Pipeline?

Over the last year, the costs of labor and materials (not to mention land) has gone up significantly, creating difficulties for developers to come in on time and on budget. We asked three industry veterans on what effect labor and material costs will have on the pipeline this year. More

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