Veronica Grecu

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Veronica Grecu is an online real estate journalist, copywriter and blogger who has a passion for social media, believes in the rebirth of Detroit and loves coffee, cheesecake and everything Depeche Mode. She currently writes for Commercial Property Executive, Multi-Housing News Online and Point2.

Four Leaf Properties Expands Michigan Manufactured Housing Community

The firm has added 34 factory-built homes to its Meadowstone mobile home park in Hastings.

Pandemic Sparks Suburban Migration: NAREE

Industry executives take an in-depth look at how the accelerated preference for suburban living and remote work is affecting the real estate market.

Managing Student Housing Communities Now and Beyond

On the last day of the NMHC/InterFace Student Housing conference, a panel of industry executives shared their strategies during the pandemic and how to prepare for the future.

Making Sense of Student Housing Lending and Financing

On the third day of the NMHC/InterFace Student Housing conference, capital markets experts discussed shifting financing strategies during the pandemic.

A Closer Look at Student Housing Investment

Industry execs shared their insights on foreign investment and Q4 expectations on day three of the NMHC/InterFace Student Housing conference.

Suburban Atlanta Community Lands New Owner, Changes Name

The property was sold to a joint venture of New York- and Florida-based Atlantic Creek Real Estate Partners and Oak Residential Partners of Chicago.

Lightstone Tops Out High-End Queens Community

The 413,000-square-foot property is located in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City.

JV to Build $75M Denver-Area Luxury Community

The community, called Legacy on the Promenade, will feature 300 units within the Westminster Promenade.

The Benjamin, VIA to Add More Than 800 Apartments in Boston’s Seaport District

New details emerge for the area's largest mixed-use development in more than 30 years.

New Financing Tool for TODs

The new Regional Equitable Development Initiative Fund (REDI) will support affordable housing options located near public transit in metro Seattle, where low-cost apartments are increasingly hard to find.

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