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Commentary: Will COVID-19 Change Urban Multifamily Developments? Not So Much

Wider corridors and flexible walls may not be a priority for renters in three to... More

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MVRDV Applies ‘Radical Greening’ to Five-Unit Dwelling in the Netherlands

The Green Villa will use a screen of potted plants to form a unique ‘façade-less’... More

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Citica Mixed-Use Community Offers Shaded Pedestrian Promenade

The Citica project aims to kick-start urban renewal in central Monterrey, Mexico. More

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Isla Intersections Concept Envisions Unique Affordable Housing For Difficult LA Site

The community’s asymmetric towers are designed to engage with its abundant green... More

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ODA New York Designs Landmark Rental Property by Nationals Park in D.C.

West Half Street by JBG Smith creates a "transition" space before the entrance. More

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The Interlock in London Features an Intricate Clay Block Facade

The Bureau de Change Architects and HHG London project is made to contrast the... More

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Broder & Sachse Restores 100-Year-Old Hotel with New Multifamily Amenities

2019 MFE Awards, Adaptive Reuse, Merit: The Hamilton Midtown Detroit More

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Quarters to Open 239-Bed Location in Washington, D.C.

The co-living community will occupy about a third of the mixed-use Highline at... More

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