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The City is the Amenity: Five Popular Metros For Gen Y

Washington, D.C., Atlanta, New York, Portland and Austin are among the most popular destinations for our nation's largest generation, according to three multifamily mavens. More

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Are Pre-Fab Micro Units the Solution to Millennial Urban Design?

While many Millennials are drawn to city centers, they often suffer sticker-shock... More

Cap Rates Fall to Historic Lows as Investors Chase Yield Far Afield

Cap rates compressed even more in the gateway metros on the coasts in the year's first half. But those prices are pushing even the biggest institutional investors into secondary markets. More

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The 10 Biggest Deals of the First Half of 2014

New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Los Angeles were all well represented in the top 10 deals of 2014's first half. More

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Second-Quarter Sales Surge Past $26 Billion

Transaction volume jumped year-over-year in the second quarter, partially driven... More

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Tenants Use 30% More Gas When Owners Pay the Bill

A new study finds gas use is higher in multifamily buildings where owners pay utility bills. More

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The Nation's 10 Hottest Apartment Markets, According to SVN

In its list of 10 markets to watch in 2014, Sperry Van Ness looks at the places most likely to attract an influx of Millennials. More

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Toll Brothers City Living's 22-Unit Touraine, New York City

Toll Brothers' City Living division builds luxury condos in Manhattan's upper east side with turnkey design and an array of amenities. More

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Uncertainty Surrounds ARA in the Wake of Sales Rumors

As rumors surround a possible ARA sales, a number of the firm's associates have left over the last couple of months. More

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New Life for Boston's Old Colony

The redevelopment of the U.S.'s oldest public affordable housing development... More

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