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Your Best Foot Forward: Flooring Can Be Transformative
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Your Best Foot Forward: Flooring Can Be Transformative

Don't overlook your floors—besides providing strength and durability, they can... More

Keep it Down: Soundproofing Products That Won't Break the Bank
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Keep it Down: Soundproofing Products That Won't Break the Bank

Given the multitude of soundproofing options available, developers and owners... More

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McKinley Rehabs, Repositions a Failed Student Housing Property

McKinley took a failing student housing community in Champaign, Ill. and repositioned it as a garden-style family and young professionals community. More

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Top 10 Metros for Healthy Housing

Of 45 U.S. metropolitan areas surveyed, 40 percent have at least one health or safety hazard. Check out the top 10, and bottom five U.S. metros where dwellings are either healthy or hazardous. More

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Loft Five50

WinnDevelopment used state and federal historic tax credits to transform two historic mill buildings into mixed-income housing, 95 percent of which has been set aside for workforce housing. Today, the 1860s-era buildings are known as Loft Five50 and offer 75 apartment units that are twice the size of those in most modern communities, with windows that follow 20-foot ceiling heights and exposed wood beams. More

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Concrete House Featuring Decorative Concrete Work

A new house in Sun Valley, Idaho, features decorative concrete throughout. More

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Cool Sconces Guaranteed to Brighten Up Any Multifamily Community Cool Sconces Guaranteed to Brighten Up Any Multifamily Community

Wall-mounted light fixtures add personality and panache. More

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tile revival tile revival

More than 18,000 individual, colored stainless steel tiles scale the 240-foot-tall wall of Fifth and Madison in Seattle. More

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Facelift: BellTell Lofts Renovation Facelift: BellTell Lofts Renovation

The timing couldn’t have been better for New York City-based development company Clipper Equity, which was in the market for a condo conversion project in Brooklyn. The NY Telephone Building immediately caught their eye. More

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Check List

Don't fall for the most common misconceptions of the FHA design and construction requirements. Follow these 10 tips to ensure you're on the right track. More

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