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Development Trends and Renter Behavior Patterns

Development Trends and Renter Behavior Patterns

MHN interviews Russell Tepper, senior managing director for Mill Creek’s New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Philadelphia markets. …

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TODAY’S DEALS: HFF Closes on Two Coveted Waterfront Sites

TODAY’S DEALS: HFF Closes on Two Coveted Waterfront Sites

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP closed on two residential development sites, and KeyBank Real Estate Capital secured a construction loan payoff.…

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Keeping the Family Business Together

Keeping the Family Business Together

Multifamily investors should engage in succession planning early in order to ensure the health of family-owned real estate. …

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Top 10 Markets for Multifamily Supply

Top 10 Markets for Multifamily Supply

While none of the top supply markets are unexpected, there were some notable trend changes.…

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Crowdfunding: How will New Regulations Impact Sponsors?

Crowdfunding: How will New Regulations Impact Sponsors?

Investors can learn about deals they would otherwise be unable to access; but, like any innovation, crowdfunding faces early resistance in the market.…

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Appealing to Young Urban Professionals in Detroit

Appealing to Young Urban Professionals in Detroit

Why Kaftan Communities is focusing on strategic repositioning. …

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Cool, Cool Summer

Cool, Cool Summer

Can South Florida crack its dramatic boom-bust condo cycle?…

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National Harbor’s First Rental Apartment Development to Celebrate Grand Opening

National Harbor’s First Rental Apartment Development to Celebrate Grand Opening

National Harbor, the 350-acre mixed-use development, which opened in 2008 on the banks of the Potomac River, is about to get its first rental apartment community. …

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Signorelli Breaks Ground on 1.8 MSF Retail District

Signorelli Breaks Ground on 1.8 MSF Retail District

A tract located at the intersection of US 59 and the Grand Parkway in Porter will soon become a new retail district if everything goes as planned for The Signorelli Co. The Woodlands-based firm recently broke ground for Valley Ranch Town Center, a 240-acre, 1.8 million-square-foot retail district located within…

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Sakthi to Invest $31 M in Former Detroit High School, Create Hundreds of New Jobs

Sakthi to Invest $31 M in Former Detroit High School, Create Hundreds of New Jobs

An abandoned high school in Southwest Detroit was selected by the U.S. subsidiary of Indian auto supplier Sakthi Group for a massive redevelopment project that will create hundreds of new jobs and—quite possibly on the long run—put Motorcity back on the American automotive industry map…

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Cold Formed Steel Vs. Wood Frame Construction

Cold Formed Steel Vs. Wood Frame Construction

These steel frames offer a cost savings approach to construction insurance, plus many other advantages. …

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Question: What is Both Green and Economical? Answer: Shipping Containers

Question: What is Both Green and Economical? Answer: Shipping Containers

Shipping containers are refurbished for use in construction, saving both resources and costs. …

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