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    Related California broke ground on the 70-unit property in Palo Alto, Calif., in 2015. The community resulted from a 2005 agreement between the city of Palo Alto and Stanford University to create housing for Stanford faculty and the surrounding community.

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    A recent WalletHub study revealed the best and worst states for business formation, which impacts demand for office space and other commercial real estate activity.

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    Ryan Cos. completed the 31-story, 368-unit luxury tower some two years after it broke ground on the high-rise project. The cost of the development reached $100 million.

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    The company has chosen Tami Finan as the newest member of its operations team, where she will oversee a portfolio of more than 25 student housing assets.

    13 September 2017 09:54
  • Tourism’s Power a Draw in Orlando

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  • JLL Leads TX Community Transaction

    Canopy Apartments now owns Barcelona Apartments, a 64-unit property located in Kingsville, Texas, and a former asset of Coastal Barcelona. The new manager is 3CM Multifamily.

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  • Houston Portfolio Lands $130M in Financing

    Berkadia arranged the financing for H7, a community that encompasses more than 2,000 units and was 93 percent occupied at the time of the transaction.

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  • ResiModel Becomes redIQ

    When MHN first spoke with Elliot Vermes, founder and CEO of redIQ, back in 2015, the data intelligence start-up had a different name (ResiModel). Two years later, Vermes says his company has taken some valuable lessons from its work with clients—and made a pivot to focus more heavily on data standardization to meet the needs of more users.

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  • On the Market: 5 Interesting Listings for the Week of 7/03/17

    This week's listings include a recently renovated community in San Antonio and a rustic condo asset located right off the slopes in Steamboat Springs, Colo.

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