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    The city's multifamily market remains tepid, despite the continuing revival of downtown and surrounding areas. It does, however, benefit from the proximity of Washington, D.C.’s less affordable market, where both renters and investors are slowly being priced out.

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  • Lowe Begins Construction on Newest WA Development

    The 286-unit Talisman in Redmond, Wash. is set to anchor the Redmond Town Center’s mixed-use development. The property will also include 9,400 square feet of ground floor specialty retail shops.

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  • RADCO Acquires 336-Unit Orlando Community

    The company bought Radius Winter Park for $36 million and plans to spend up to $5 million on capital improvements to modernize the community.

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  • IEC Snags $34M San Diego Property

    The company has acquired Verse La Mesa, a 133-unit, value-add multifamily asset in the La Mesa submarket.

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  • Luxury Condo Makes Its Debut in Manhattan

    The recently completed 14-unit residential building at 225 W. 17 St. in Chelsea has been designed by award-winning Roger Partners Architects and Neal Beckstedt Studio.

    04 May 2017 15:00
  • Development Boom Tempers Rent Growth in Chicago

    The city has seen costs moderate, in keeping with the nation as a whole, and features a bifurcation between luxury and working-class units.

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  • Inland Empire Apartments Sell in 1031 Exchange

    A family trust purchased the property, which has high value-add potential, in a 1031 exchange, a transaction that multifamily investors have increasingly executed in the Inland Empire, which has a limited inventory of apartment communities for sale.

    11 May 2017 16:34
  • Texas a Draw for Foreign Real Estate Investors

    Property in the Lone Star State is a hot commodity, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. Here are three reasons why.

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  • The October digital issue of MHN is now available!

    The October issue focuses on Energy, including a look at programs that offer incentives in multifamily communities that could yield $3.4 billion in annual savings. We also feature an in-depth interview with Eric Margules, founder & CEO of Margules Properties Inc., who took his company from a one-man operation to a real estate firm with $300 million in assets.

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  • HFF Provides $17M Loan for SF Community

    Local Capital Group received the loan for the development of 901 Tennessee, a class A asset in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood.

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