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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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City Slickers: Are Seniors Really Moving Back to the Urban Core?

City Slickers: Are Seniors Really Moving Back to the Urban Core?

Wendell Cox, principal of Demographia, an international public policy and demographics firm, says not to believe the hype, saying senior population gains continue to grow larger in the outer suburbs and he doesn’t believe there’s a so-called resurgence of seniors in the urban core.…

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The Great Advantage of Urban Infills

The Great Advantage of Urban Infills

Last month, Castle Lanterra Properties, a privately held real estate firm founded in 2009, completed the acquisition of its second multifamily property in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area. Elie Rieder, the founder and CEO of Castle Lanterra Properties, told MHN more about his company and its plans for the Baltimore area.…

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MIPIM Special Report: Resilient is the New Sustainable

MIPIM Special Report: Resilient is the New Sustainable

The underlying question of a panel at MIPIM was the new role of urban planning, or more precisely, how we move from the traditional model to a system of urban design. …

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 A Safe Haven

 A Safe Haven

El Monte Veterans Village is an oasis for homeless vets.…

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Why We’re Always Reinventing the Wheel: Q&A with Neoscape’s Chief Creative Officer Rodrigo Lopez

Why We’re Always Reinventing the Wheel: Q&A with Neoscape’s Chief Creative Officer Rodrigo Lopez

MHN Editorial Director Diana Mosher talks to Neoscape’s Chief Creative Officer Rodrigo Lopez about marketing, storytelling, and more.…

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APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: February 2015

APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: February 2015

The prices of multifamily properties sold fell to $144,149 per unit in the third quarter compared to $124,768 in the previous quarter, reports PPR, a Costar company. …

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NMHC Special Report: Working Towards Workforce Housing

NMHC Special Report: Working Towards Workforce Housing

A panel at the 2015 NMHC Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference tackles the shortcomings of the workforce housing space, and discusses some creative strategies to bring quality, affordable housing to the middle class. …

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