Oaktree, MG Properties Purchase Bay Area Community
TPG Real Estate Finance Trust provided acquisition financing.
Public Housing Authorities Find Power in Solar
Municipal owners are taking advantage of this viable source of sustainability, jobs, savings and revenue.
MHN Asks … About Green Design
How will sustainability shape the apartment industry in the future? Experts weigh in.
Multifamily Developers Embrace Green Building
Benefits like increased energy efficiency and cost savings, combined with heightened resident demand for sustainable features, are driving builders to think about sustainability.
Everything but the Kitchen Sink
Government data provides us with telling characteristics of the 21 million apartments in the U.S., but there is much less data available on how apartment residents live in their homes and how those habits affect their energy consumption.
The financial and environmental rewards of improving energy efficiency are well known, yet even as upgrades become common practice, it’s fair to say that plenty of untapped opportunities await.
Adding Value to Luxury Multifamily: Q&A with Sean Sacks of Hines, Boston
Sean Sacks, Director of Development at Hines, Boston, talks to Multi-Housing News about what it takes to compete in a booming luxury multifamily market.
Century West Partners Unveils NEXT Project in L.A.
The local developer has begun construction on Next on Lex, which will be the largest rental development of its kind in Glendale, Calif.
Farm-to-Table Eatery Coming to DUMBO Apartments
Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood has been a magnet for retail and restaurant businesses, landing a new eatery that’s opening its first location there.
First Vertically Mixed-Use Building Planned for Northern Virginia
Once approved, the building will be the first vertically mixed-use building in the greater D.C. area, with the first two floors comprised of retail, followed by eight floors of office space and 12 floors of residential.