Energy-Efficient Design

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Exclusive Survey Part 3: Quiet, Stores, and Parking

What do your residents want in their community? A 2014 survey conducted by J Turner Research of multifamily residents nationwide has the answers. More

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Jonathan Rose, Green Pioneer, Takes Stock of the Industry's Progress

Green pioneer Jonathan Rose credits institutions, like the U.S. Green Building Council and Enterprise Community Partners, for driving the evolution of green building. More

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Exclusive Research: Resident Lifestyle Preferences: an Insight

This first-of-its-kind industry report, titled "Resident Lifestyle Preferences: An Insight," highlights the lifestyle desires of apartment residents nationwide, in a survey of more than 27,600 renters done exclusively in partnership with J Turner Research for Multifamily Executive. 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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The Top 10 Most Energy-Efficient States

Massachusetts retained its No. 1 rank in this year's Energy Efficiency scorecard by the ACEEE, followed by California. More

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Post Carlyle Square, Block "O"

Young professionals in Alexandria, Va., calling for top-notch amenities, an urban edge, and walkability have been answered by Post Properties with Post Carlyle Square, Block “O.” More

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How to Choose a Green Certification Program

Deciding which program to use depends on a host of important factors, including the type of building being certified, its location, and even your investors' preferences. More

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Energy Benchmarking Takes Hold

Boston firm demonstrates the power of energy tracking and benchmarking in multifamily projects. More

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Lighting Properties Stylishly and Efficiently

Today's lighting products can keep multifamily communities attractively lit... More

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Energy-Saving Products

Both building managers and residents play a vital role in conserving energy in... More

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