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The Myths of Crowdfunding, Part 4

As investors and owners investigate crowdfunding, they’ll find a number of myths about the practice and its impact on the apartment industry. Over the next week, Multifamily Executive will look at each of these myths. Parts one and two have ran. Here's the fourth one … More

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Rehab Reboot: Using Tech to Communicate In-Place Rehabs

Technology can take the headache out of an in-place rehab, while keeping residents at bay, and in your apartments. More

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M&R Development's 80-Unit Central Station, Evanston, Ill.

The parcel was originally designed for condos, but the 2008 downturn led Dodge Capital to M&R Development in 2012 for a rental alternative. More

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Striking a Unit Balance for Both Baby Boomers and Gen Y

Finding the right unit mix in a new development can be a tricky task, an exercise in demographic research that can determine whether your building will cater to Baby Boomers or Millennials. More

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LIHTC-financed Micro-unit Building Under Way in Chicago

While much of the discussion about micro units has centered on young professionals, developers and architects behind a new micro-unit community in Chicago’s West Loop are instead targeting low-income renters. More

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Big City, Small Budgets: Appealing to Chicago’s Gen Y Renters

Village Green CEO Jonathan Holtzman talks about the company's newest Chicago acquisition. More

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Condo Resurrection Lives Large in Chicago

Riding the wave of a condo market resurgence, the developers behind the Chicago Spire re-up plans to build the tallest building in the Western hemisphere. More

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Creating Buzz: Blog Tips From AMLI Residential

AMLI Residential's digital marketing manager gives tips on why their blog is a success. More

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Do Seniors Care if Their Building Is Green?

Many market-rate communities try to use green certifications to appeal to young professionals or Gen-Y renters who want to lead a very eco-friendly lifestyle. But seniors don’t seem to have that same level of interest. More

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The Top 10 Most Walkable Cities of 2014

Walkscore.com ranks the most walkable cities in the nation, and while perennial favorites New York City and San Francisco retained top rankings, Philadelphia and Miami surged up this year's list. More

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