Military Housing

Burlington Opens Affordable Omaha Community for Veterans

The 60-unit Victory II Apartments is some 3 miles from Omaha VA Medical Center and comprises studio and one-bedroom apartments.

Pennrose Closes Financing for Affordable Veterans Project

The 70-unit project in Dover, N.J., is part of the town’s larger master redevelopment plan.

Veterans Affordable Community Underway in Northern Virginia

The $80 million project is slated for a 2022 completion.

On the Front Lines of Military Housing

Tim Toohey, managing director of Corvias Property Management, discusses the challenge of on-base occupancy and how best to meet service members’ housing needs.

Manufactured Housing Market Makes Strides

NorthMarq’s first market research report on the sector found that occupancy and rent growth were on the rise in 2018, with transaction volume boosted by Opportunity Zones.

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Military Housing Public-Private Partnerships: Lessons Learned for Social Infrastructure

More than $30 billion has been invested by private sector partners into the military housing P3s, at a leverage ratio of $8 private for every $1 public.

Housing for Veterans: Filling the Gap

The Lynd Co. and Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation have partnered to fight against homelessness among war veterans. Here’s what they’ve accomplished so far and what their plans are going forward.

WinnCos. Breaks Ground on Boston Veterans Housing

The Residences at Brighton Marine is the first of its kind to offer mixed-income housing in Boston since World War II. It will include 102 units and on-site services and is scheduled for completion by December 2019.

Affordable Housing Project for Veterans Breaks Ground in DC

TD Bank has facilitated a $9.5 million construction loan for an adaptive reuse project built on part of a former military building at the Walter Reed Army Base.