Editor’s Note

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

Multifamily Buildings Are Going Electric

In the future, new multifamily buildings might not be allowed to rely on gas-powered appliances. Why this is a good thing (and why your residents will thank you).

Build-to-Rent’s Evolving Popularity

As institutions active in the single-family rental space shift their attention to new development, they’re refining their approach to attract a wider range of residents.

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

The Benefits of Self-Service in Multifamily

Multifamily is leaning into automation, making the rental process easier for both renters and on-site teams.

Increased Innovation Benefits Today’s Affordable Housing

The need for innovation to finance affordable housing should not impact the recent trend toward improved design and amenities, which benefit residents while increasing value for owners.

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

Exploring Student Housing’s Development Potential

The sector—like multifamily overall—was hit hard during the pandemic. But now things are looking up!

The Search for Multifamily in Commercial Space

There’s a growing buzz around conversion of offices to apartments, reducing vacant office space while addressing America’s housing shortage. But how viable is it?

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

Getting Affordable Housing in the Suburbs

How developers combat NIMBYism to build necessary housing.

The Baby Boomer Revolutionization of Senior Living

Accustomed to an active and independent lifestyle, the 70 million-strong, outspoken Baby Boomer generation is not willing to bend as they consider aging into senior housing. Community operators are listening.

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

How Climate Change Is Affecting Multifamily Risk Management

As more areas are experiencing natural disasters, insurers and developers are taking note.

Celebrating Excellence

For MHN, 2022 culminated in a return to a live event to recognize our Excellence Awards and Lifetime Achievement Award winners.