Inside the March 2012 Issue

Read the articles from the latest print issue of Multi-Housing News.

Editor’s Note: My Changing Cityscape

Urban infill is a gradual process with long-lasting results.

Executive Insight: Creating Solutions in Secondary Markets

CRA Chairman and CEO David Snyder explains the strategy behind his Louisville expansion.

Market Report: New York’s Great Bounce Back

New York City’s market fundamentals show continued strength for 2012.

Marketing: Social Media Damage Control

Manage your property’s social media reputation before it takes a bite out of the bottom line.

Development & Design: Living the Craft

Affordable ‘artist lofts’ paint a success story for Dominium.

Property Management: Mobile Maintenance

Portable devices are creating more efficient teams and enhancing resident retention efforts.

Finance & Investment: Working the Distressed Market

Discounted multifamily properties and loans can be found, if investors know where to look.

Green Beat: Going Down the Drain

Why are water sub-metering mandates so slow to develop?

Technology: Leasing Apartments Without Paper

The industry makes significant headway in eliminating what used to be a necessity in the office.

Renter’s Choice: Fitness Facilities

MHN finds out what features apartment residents value most.

Products & Services: Landscaping for Curb Appeal

Great design and welcoming, healthy landscapes are key components of a property’s curb appeal.

On Location: The Hamptons on Heron Bay

Put simply, this community has it all. In addition to a spa and business center, all apartments at The Hamptons on Heron Bay feature a full size washer/dryer and screened-in patio/balcony.