Demand, Supply Strike a Balance in Washington, D.C.
The metro’s growing multifamily market is backed by strong population gains and steady economic expansion.
The November Digital Issue of MHN Is Now Available!
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Transactions: November 2018
The following is a list of transactions that were announced over the month September, 2018.
2018 Top Multifamily Owners
Despite growing economic uncertainty surrounding global trade and a record-long expansion, the commercial real estate sector is maintaining steady growth.
Value Vanguards: How Multifamily Bridge Lenders Are Uncovering Upside
Multifamily bridge lenders have risen to prominence for nimbly and creatively financing value-add and new construction deals. Today, this market is more liquid than ever, with the protracted economic recovery only adding fuel to its fire.
Mission: Success—Elie Rieder, Castle Lanterra Properties
How the executive developed his value-add strategy and built the investment firm from the ground up.
Rent Control: Back in the Spotlight
With California’s Prop 10 on the ballot this November, industry leaders worry that restrictive new measures could spring up around the country. Meanwhile, cautious investors are realigning portfolios and rethinking strategies.
Brooklyn Braces for Banner Year
Most of the upcoming multifamily supply is geared toward the market’s Lifestyle segment. That will intensify the borough’s severe affordability crisis.
Development Gears Up for Banner Year in Queens
The transit-oriented development boom continues in the New York City borough, which gained more than 1,000 new apartments through July.