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Jersey City Tower to Merge Student, Affordable and Luxury Housing

From a movie theater at the ground level to 595 units of housing and more than 700 parking spaces, St. Peter’s University expects to pump life into the area near campus with this $221 million development project. More

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Former GE Plant–Turned–Housing Revives Run-down NJ Neighborhood

Now a mix of rental apartments and for-sale townhomes, the onetime manufacturing facility proves: If it’s livable, residents (and profits) will come. More

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Harrison Station 300 Somerset Street

In 2006, Harrison Commons began remediation of a former industrial and warehouse site in Harrison, N.J. As the first building in a multiphase revitalization of the run-down area, the four-story, mixed-use property reflects the brick façades of the area’s industrial past, while showcasing contemporary architecture. More

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Overheated Core: Multifamily Values Flatten in Top Markets

With the exception of Manhattan, a market that's the exception to a lot of rules, the nation's core coastal markets saw little if any cap rate compression last year. More

Stuy Town Market-Rate Units Return to Rent Control

ATTORNEYS REPRESENTING Tishman Speyer and residents of Manhattan's Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village complex reached a partial settlement in December that will ultimately see the return of some 4,400 units back to rent stabilization. More

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Maxed Out

We know how you feel. When it comes to broadband Internet connectivity at your... More

LCOR Residential does condos in Gotham

New York – At a time of steeply rising materials costs, condominiums may be the only product type to pencil out when it comes to building multifamily projects in some markets. More

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Campus Crusade

How do you make four acres of land provide affordable housing for 2,200 students... More

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Flexible Living

Turn the bottom level into a home office or transform the space into a guest... More

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