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Ferguson Tragedy Reflects Poverty's Push to the Suburbs

The aftermath of this tragedy has helped shine a spotlight on an issue that many in the housing community grapple with everyday—the continuing shift of poverty from the nation’s inner cities to the suburbs. More

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Report: Nation Not Prepared to Meet Housing Needs of Seniors

Dramatic demographic changes pose housing challenges down the road, but there's still time to create comprehensive plans. More

Berkeley Point, Now Part of Cantor, Adds Van Kirk

A few months after being bought by Cantor Commercial Real Estate, Berkeley Point... More

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Milwaukee Middle School Revived To House Seniors

A building that once catered to a Milwaukee community’s youth has been brought back to life to house seniors.Gorman & Company recently transformed a former middle school into 68 affordable units of senior housing in a $14.466 million renovation. More

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Cannabis Conundrum: What the New Pot Laws Mean to Multifamily

There’s no clear resolution in sight when it comes to the opposing stances between the federal government and an increasing number of states on the issue of marijuana legalization. And many in the multifamily industry are caught in between. More

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Student Housing Sector Fills Huge, Escalating Need

Fears of oversupply in the privately owned student housing sector may be unfounded as demand has more than kept pace with all the new construction activity. More

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Midwestern Senior Housing Firm Aggressively Expands Into Florida

When it comes to senior housing options, most Michiganders know about American House Senior Living Communities. But the Southfield, Mich.-based company is expanding its footprint with a large expansion into the Sunshine State. More

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Seniors Tower Undergoes Renovation

An 11-story affordable housing development for seniors in Norwalk, Calif., has undergone a $12 million renovation. More

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Top 10 Markets with the Highest Senior Occupancy

You'd probably guess some Florida or Arizona markets would see the most well-occupied seniors communities, but you'd be wrong. Northern, snowy cities dominate the list, according to Marcus & Millichap. More

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MFE Awards: Seniors Housing, Seamless Design

We’re looking for the most successful senior housing projects that opened between July 1, 2012 and Dec. 1, 2013 for this year's MFE Awards. Registration ends on April 15 and binders must be submitted for judging by June 3. Check out the rules and guidelines here and more past winners here. Good luck and may the best projects shine! More

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