Inside the March Issue
- Mar 08, 2011
Executive Insight: Habitat Company’s Mark Segal Talks Mixed-Income Development
Mark Segal, president and CEO of The Habitat Company, discusses the affordable and mixed-income programs that his team has in the works, as well as what’s happening with Chicago public housing.
Property Management: What Renters Want in an Apartment
Not all renters fit into conventional assumptions about their demographic. MHN went to the source to find out what people are looking for in a space.
Finance & Investment: Lenders Step Back into the Multifamily Sector
All of a sudden, it feels almost like 2006 redux: The financing market is seeing a lot of money and too few deals.
Development & Design: Economic Factors Drive Adaptive Reuse
When new construction turns cold, some developers just adapt.
Market Report: NYC and N.J. Returning to Pre-Recession Levels
Manhattan’s outer boroughs and Northern New Jersey see upside potential in high barrier-to-entry locations.
Green Beat: Advancements in Utility Cost Recovery
New advances in submetering provide for better accountability, while legislation pushes the industry forward.
Technology: The Necessity of Technology-Based Security
Property managers need to do more with less, without compromising service.
Education: The Value of Structured Maintenance Training
Although many apartment companies are reluctant to send their maintenance technicians to classes, the payoff can be well worth it.
Alan Hammer, managing member at Brach Eichler, shares what he believes to be the pillars of a solid investment in multifamily.
Products & Services: Creating Community through Common Spaces
Beyond curb appeal, thoughtful landscaping also encourages a strong sense of community.
Regulatory Matters: The Federal Debate over Spending Cuts
Preserving the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit is just one of several high-priority issues to watch.
On Location: Downtown Atlanta’s Luxurious Marquis Vista
With its modern aesthetic and chic, boldly colored exterior, Marquis Vista is a perfect match with downtown Atlanta’s atmosphere.