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Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing

Herman & Kittle reached out to officials in Clinton, Ind. to fulfill a need for affordable housing in the local area. The resulting $8.1 million reuse and new construction project exceeded expectations. 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

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Indianapolis Rehab Rebuilds Community From Squalor

Two years after a complete gut-rehab, The Enclave at Meridian has grown into a vibrant, comfy community. More

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Ageism by Design: Where Is the Love for Boomer Renters?

More than half of all new renter households over the next decade will be Baby... 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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Renovation Sensations

Kitchens, baths and common areas are the biggest renovation focal points of this year. More

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Conquering the Age Divide

Baby boomers and millennials present managers and owners with a difficult task—figuring out how to keep both groups happy, either separately or, more often than not, together. More

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Developers Find Great Returns by Following the Energy Sector

The growing niche has spawned a modern gold rush in areas of the country rich in natural gas and oil. 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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Historic St. Paul Brewery Rehab Nears Completion

Minneapolis-based Dominium is nearing completion on a $120 million historic renovation to convert a historic brewery into 260 units of living space for local artists. More

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