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  • Real Money

    A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you’re talking real money,” Everett Dirksen once said, and the legendary lion of the Senate would have to admit that $3.4 billion is a nice chunk of change. That’s how much multifamily property owners could save every year through energy efficiency upgrades, according to a 2016 estimate by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.

    03 October 2017 06:49
  • $14M Affordable Housing Opens in Chicago

    A joint venture has opened Harvest Homes, the first new housing of this type to be built in the East Garfield Park neighborhood in more than 30 years.

    08 August 2017 16:16
  • Monument Capital Management Nabs Tucson Community

    The newly acquired asset will add 272 units to the company’s portfolio. The new owner is planning to implement value-add improvements.

    10 May 2017 12:30
  • 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
  • Rental Application Approval Rates Increased in the Last 3 Years

    Rental application approvals have been increasing since 2014, according to a recent study by RENTCafé of tenant screening data provided by RentGrow.

    30 October 2017 13:05
  • Pathfinder Snags $25M Seattle Property

    The Argyle, a 160-unit apartment community in the metropolitan Seattle suburb Federal Way, stands on five acres and features 13 three-story buildings.

    07 June 2017 15:01
  • On the Market: 5 Interesting Listings for the Week of 9/25

    This week's listings include under-development condos in Olive Branch, Miss., and a brand-new, amenity-rich community in the Boston suburb of Allston, Mass.

    29 September 2017 17:29
  • Unearthing Alpha: Where are the Next Opportunities?

    The job market continues to be the most telling gauge of performance, fueling demand for all property types.

    16 August 2017 14:30
  • Affordable Housing to Rise on Former NY Slaughterhouse Site

    NYCEDC and HPD released plans to transform a 24,687-square-foot historic site in the far west side of Manhattan, once home of New York Butchers’ Dressed Meat Co., into a mixed-use project that will include 234 affordable units, a grocery store, dormitory space, and more.

    11 May 2017 14:45
  • Queens Condos to Feature Mural

    Canvas, a new condo development in Long Island City, Queens, has launched sales. The building will feature artwork curated by local artist Jojo Anavim, capped by a 60-foot-tall, hand-painted mural on the façade of the building.

    10 November 2017 16:27