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New York City Renters Relieved of Broker Fees, Landlords Will Accrue Costs

New York City renters will no longer face high broker fees when attempting to... More

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U.S. Can’t Afford to Be an Infrastructure Dropout

Price to raise America’s grade exceeds $2T; top engineer says it’s doable. More

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Green Housing, Merit: Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc

After Mother Nature obliterated New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Columbia Residential and JHP Architecture wanted to nourish the environment with eco-friendly development as the city rebuilt its housing stock. That sentiment, and the desire to provide homes for displaced seniors, drove Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc. More

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Greystone Acquires ARA Seniors Group

As rumors surround ARA, the firm sold its seniors group to Greystone. More

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Architects Reimagine Italian Bridge into Apartments

OXO Architects designed plans to re purpose the old bridge into a community full of apartments, a school, and commercial units. 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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Historic Minneapolis Flour Mill Undergoes $150 Million Renovation

A historic flour mill in Minneapolis is getting a makeover and will soon become home to more than 250 affordable live/work artist apartments. More

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Crowdfunding: The Future of Multifamily Investing?

The core concepts of crowdfunding have been around for decades. But the improvements made in technology and social media have eased the process and widened the pool, providing more opportunities for sponsors and investors alike. More

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