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Design Trends in Flooring

Stress is the source-code for this year’s top multifamily flooring design trends. More

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No Acclimation, No T-Molds, No Problem

Next-gen multifamily flooring plays nice with rapid installation project schedules. More

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Survey: Vinyl Flooring Becoming More Popular With Developers

MFE research shows which materials multifamily pros favor. More

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A Post-Industrial Transformation

Denmark’s COBE reimagines Copenhagen grain silo as residential destination. More

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Stat of the Week: Hardwood vs. Carpeting

The younger the renter, the more willing to pay for hardwood floors. More

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Your Best Foot Forward: Flooring Can Be Transformative

Don't overlook your floors—besides providing strength and durability, they can... More

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From Distress to Dressed: Georgia Property Gets Major Makeover

When Cortland Partners acquired Park 83, a foreclosed property, in Roswell, Ga. as part of a joint venture with Harbert Management Corp. two years ago, the property was screaming for a makeover. More

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Keep it Down: Soundproofing Products That Won't Break the Bank

Given the multitude of soundproofing options available, developers and owners... More

Rehab ROI: Which Upgrades Cause the Biggest Rent Bumps?

Flooring replacements? Definitely. Countertops? Maybe. A new roof? Unlikely. But neglect curb appeal and common spaces at your own peril. More

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Hamilton Square North

Although St. Francis Hospital served Jersey City residents for decades, its huge campus forced the closing of a vibrant commercial corridor, Pavonia Avenue, and prevented pedestrian traffic in the neighborhood. The hospital closed in 2005, and the complex, which covered two city blocks, needed to be redeveloped. More

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