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    Spearheaded by the revival of its core and by the emergence of the Baltimore-Washington corridor as a strategic location, the metro’s multifamily fundamentals have stabilized.

    13 September 2017 14:09
  • Atlas, OpenPath JV Sells UT Apartments

    The joint venture acquired the 144-unit community in Layton, Utah, in June 2013 and completed a value-add program. The asset was 99 percent occupied at the time of the sale.

    14 June 2017 14:33
  • Residents and Public Transportation

    When apartments are located in urban—or even suburban or rural—residents sometimes cannot have a car and therefore must rely on public transportation. And when a community is in proximity to a bus or subway, it is often seen as an added bonus. MHN and Kingsley surveyed renters to see what they thought about their transportation options.

    07 September 2017 15:36
  • Betting on Service

    There a new developments popping up all over the country. The best way to distinguish yourself is to make customer service a priority.

    19 May 2017 18:30
  • Downtown Manhattan Apartments Land $375M Refi

    Hunton & Williams LLP acted on behalf of the owners to secure the mortgage and mezzanine loans through Brookfield Real Estate Financial Partners.

    04 May 2017 16:04
  • Bay Area Senior Living to Break Ground

    Embarking on a five-year, multi-phase project, Wilson Investment Properties will build Paradise Value Estates, a 140-unit assisted living community in Fairfield, Calif.

    19 October 2017 16:07
  • DFW Community Changes Hands

    A local partnership sold The Bristols Apartments, a market-rate multifamily property in Hurst, Texas. The new owner plans to renovate the 94-unit community.

    26 July 2017 21:14
  • On the Market: 5 Interesting Listings for the Week of 5/8

    This week's listings include a Phoenix garden-style community for $1 million and a well-designed urban property in Portland.

    12 May 2017 16:49
  • Overlooked Midwestern Markets Show Solid Employment Growth

    While popular urban markets on the East and West coasts are seeing more apartment units created than jobs, Midwestern metros like Indianapolis, Des Moines and the Twin Cities are experiencing significant job growth and a dearth of multifamily housing to support it.

    02 August 2017 19:55
  • Civitas, Guttman to Develop Ohio Senior Housing

    The Grand of Sugarcreek in Dayton will offer 220 independent-living, assisted-living and memory-care units. Construction is slated to start in the first quarter of 2018.

    08 September 2017 14:01