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Yardi: 617,000 New Units Expected Over Next 5 Years

Supply could exceed demand in short term, then moderate as new units are absorbed. More

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Economic Growth Fuels artHAUS in Midtown Phoenix

"Aspirational" condos connect residents with highly amenitized community. More

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Milhaus Seizes Expansion Opportunity in Florida

Firm aims to develop, acquire properties in Tampa, St. Pete, and Bonita Springs. More

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Affordable Housing, Grand: Rene Cazenave Apartments

In Rene Cazenave Apartments, San Francisco’s formerly homeless population has a new place to call their own. More

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Micro Units: The Essential Ingredients

The tiny apartments don't have to measure 400 square fee and be situated in a... More

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Micro Units Break Into New Settings

JHP Architecture and developers Lang Partners and The Beach Co. push the boundaries of the micro-unit trend beyond high-rises, flats, and the urban core into bold new territory: townhomes, retail parcels, and the suburbs. More

Sky-High Prices for Land Force Developers to Get Creative

As land prices soar, developers are being a bit more tactical in choosing where to place new projects. More

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Related Weaves Santa Ana's Vacant Lots into Community

For years, the Lacy neighborhood of Santa Ana, Calif. suffered empty lots strewn with weeds and trash. So, the city acquired a few parcels for rental units, totaling almost 5.1 acres, for its first major sustainable infill construction project. More

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Related California’s 74-Unit Triada Court, Santa Ana, Calif.

The city of Santa Ana acquired parcels for rental units totaling almost 5.1 acres for its first major sustainable infill construction project, part of a master plan and new zoning code to promote transit-oriented development. More

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