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Court Gives Nod to 1932 Florida Supreme Court Case, Blocking Developers’ Ability to Avoid Additional Payments

Court Gives Nod to 1932 Florida Supreme Court Case, Blocking Developers’ Ability to Avoid Additional Payments

We are often asked when representing a client in defense of a claim whether the client could avoid the liability asserted by the claimant by potentially buying the cause of action out from under the claimant. The most common circumstance is when the plaintiff has an adverse uncollected judgment or,…

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Healthy Urbanism: A New Foundation for Place-Making

Healthy Urbanism: A New Foundation for Place-Making

What makes for multifamily developments that support and promote healthy lifestyles and community. …

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Tour of Line 28 with Holland Partner Group

Tour of Line 28 with Holland Partner Group

While in Denver for the National Apartment Association Education Conference & Exposition, MHN enjoyed an exclusive tour hosted by Holland Partner Group of this interesting property in Denver's LoHi neighborhood.…

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Growth Markets for 2015: Upstate New York

Growth Markets for 2015: Upstate New York

Secondary cities in the South and Northwest grab the headlines, but upstate New York is beginning to be recognized for stable recovery and urban reinvention.…

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On Detroit’s Urban Prairie: From Built Space to Open Space

On Detroit’s Urban Prairie: From Built Space to Open Space

Adam Hollier, Detroit native, Cornell graduate, and former City Council liaison for the Detroit Mayor’s office, sees the city’s sparsely peopled suburbs as an opportunity for change, and a new way of looking at urban life—one with plenty of open space.…

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Smart Apartment Homes

Smart Apartment Homes

Formerly fictional home automation technologies are rapidly turning the smart homescape into a reality.…

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Development Trends in Charlotte: Interview with Marc Robinson of Multi Housing Advisors

Development Trends in Charlotte: Interview with Marc Robinson of Multi Housing Advisors

The multifamily markets in the southern and mid-Atlantic regions of the country are booming. MHN talks to Marc Robinson, co-founder and co-managing partner of Atlanta-based Multi Housing Advisors, who is overseeing their Charlotte, N.C., branch, about investment and development trends in the region.…

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Bedrock Real Estate Integrates Smart Technology Across Detroit Portfolio

Bedrock Real Estate Integrates Smart Technology Across Detroit Portfolio

Downtown Detroit’s revitalization is taking a step into the future and companies like Hepta Control Systems and Bedrock Real Estate Services are at the forefront of the transformation of these historic and iconic buildings.…

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Building in Boston: Development Trends that Matter to Related Beal

Building in Boston: Development Trends that Matter to Related Beal

Related Beal, a development company based in Boston and part of The Related Company, recently announced that Kim Sherman Stamler has been promoted to chief operating officer. MHN talks to Sherman Stamler about development trends in Boston and what they mean for Related Beal.…

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APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: August 2014

APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: August 2014

The three-month moving average of multifamily housing starts now exceeds the average recorded between 2000 and 2007, according to the National Association of Home Builders.…

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How Investors Should Vet Crowdfunding Deals Online

How Investors Should Vet Crowdfunding Deals Online

The growing number and variety of crowdfunding portals make it important to be able to distinguish among different sites. …

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How CBRE’s Robert Given Got $100M an Acre in Miami

How CBRE’s Robert Given Got $100M an Acre in Miami

Recently, CBRE closed the sale of 300 East in Miami for $125 million, or $100 million an acre, which is reportedly the highest price paid for undeveloped land in Miami. MHN talks to Robert Given, vice chairman of the South Florida Multifamily Institutional Properties Group, CBRE, about this sale, and…

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