Special Needs Housing

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Heritage Oaks

Construction costs for the 50-unit Heritage Oaks came in under budget, which allowed the developer, Central Valley Coalition for Affordable Housing, to invest the excess funds in upgraded materials and sustainable technologies. More

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7th and H

A once-forgotten street corner in Sacramento, ­Calif., today offers the promise of a new life for formerly homeless, special-needs individuals, thanks to 7th and H. More

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Seniors Community Helps Stabilize New Orleans Neighborhood

Columbia Residential's new mixed-income community helps stabilize an area devastated by Hurricane Katrina More

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In and Out Design: Student Housing Floorplans and Common Areas

Many students have never shared a bedroom or bathroom before coming to college, and they don't want to start now. So, what do they want? A modern design, bigger units, large open common areas, and all the comforts of home is a good start. More

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Four Mistakes That Will Cost You Gen Y Renters

Many operators are turning their attention to Millennials’ unique needs and preferences—and learning to implement features that appeal to young adult renters. This means courting Gen Y residents with sustainable communities, technology-friendly features, and state-of-the-art amenities. It also means fixing or preventing the four mistakes listed here, lest your properties drive residents to more-accommodating communities elsewhere. More

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Adelman: The Evolution of Student Housing

Student housing used to be looked down upon, but over the years it's transitioned into a recession-resilient gold mine. More

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Senior Housing Occupancy on the Rise

The demand for independent-living units remains healthy this year, thanks to more seniors being able to afford retirement. More

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Baltimore Housing Complex Will Give Low-Income Seniors a Place to Call Home

The 100-unit complex features zoned HVAC, Energy Star-labeled windows, and Green Label-certified carpeting. More

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