Diana Mosher

Diana Mosher is a contributing writer with Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News. She writes about a range of real estate and design topics including development, architecture/design, marketing/business development and property management/operations/tech. Diana joined MHN as editor in chief in 2005. She has been a contributing editor to the CPE-MHN team since 2016. You can also reach her on Twitter (dianamosher) and Instagram (dianaw_mosher).

Rewriting the Student Housing Amenities Playbook

As Gen Z moves through the college pipeline, their focus on health and wellness will influence the services and comfort offered at on- and off-campus communities.

Keeping Up With Growing Demand for Off-Campus Student Housing

As students opt for less restrictive housing, hotels and purpose-built properties fill the void.

Measuring Student Housing Investment Fundamentals

As mid-year market data is released, the sector has numbers to back up a bullish outlook.

Can Multifamily Breathe New Life Into Retail?

The live-work-play model is being reimagined, as residential is added to more shopping malls grappling with the effects of COVID-19.

How Do You Price Apartments in a Recession?

Multifamily operators rely on revenue management to help predict profitability patterns.

Six Feet of Separation: Apartment Communities Prepare for Life After Quarantine

Emerging from the COVID-19 shutdown will happen cautiously and in stages, according to major multifamily operators.

Berkadia’s Hilary Provinse Models Success for the Next Generation

How the veteran investment banker builds teams that are diverse, strategic—and deliver results.

Off-Site Building Gets Its Test in Multifamily

The apartment industry awaits more proof of the time and cost savings of modular construction.

Student Housing Designers Go Minimalistic for Gen Z

Today’s cost-conscious young scholars prefer collaboration rooms and study spaces to lazy rivers and tanning beds.

Could Tiny Homes Deliver Big Savings?

Can this rental home type emerge despite onerous land use codes and NIMBYism?