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  • Under Delancey Street: New York City’s Lowline Project

    By Elizabeth Cutright, Contributing Editor A new era of metropolitan re-use and restoration is taking hold in cities around the world. On New York’s Lower East Side, two visionaries are taking the urban greenspace movement to the next level by putting it underground. With a planned debut in 2020, the LowLine

    National 20 November 2015 15:06
  • Economy Watch: Residential Growth Still Strong—Especially Apartment Development

    By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor Residential development continues to expand. According to the Census Bureau and HUD on Tuesday, housing starts in September came in at an annualized rate of a little more than 1.2 million units, which was more than economists expected. That’s a 6.5 percent increase for the month,

    National 21 October 2015 14:09
  • Growing Companies Hunt for Elbow Room

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Lately Greater Cincinnati has been proving its power to attract growing companies, which are moving into the region, expanding and thriving. Take Everything but the House, a fast-growing online auction firm, which the Cincinnati Business Courier reported is hunting for 18,000 square feet of space downtown. The planned move

    Cincinnati 03 September 2015 15:03
  • Guest Blog: Canada vs. The United States: Comparing Student Housing Markets

    By Darren Vanecko, President, Over the past decade, the student housing market in the United States has been rapidly expanding with the boom of purpose-built student housing. With each passing year, the number of student housing bed deliveries seems to be increasing alongside enrollment rates. The same, however, cannot be

    National 07 November 2014 16:55
  • Friend of Foe

    Luxury is the name of the game in the student-housing industry nowadays. Communities feature all sorts of goodies—fitness centers, pools, tanning beds, screening rooms, fire pits, grills and more. Much more. Kids today, am I right, folks? When I was in college—which wasn’t too long ago, might I add (though I have

    National 15 July 2014 16:34
  • Senior Housing in India

    By Joshua Ayers, Senior Editor Whether through fictional accounts such as Grandpa Simpson’s home on The Simpsons, or actual accounts of resort-style senior communities that are popping up across the U.S. to accommodate the nation’s retiring Baby Boomers, senior housing is a very real entity in American culture and has been

    National 10 July 2014 12:55
  • Ballymore Seeks JV Partner for £2B ($3.4B) Residential Development Portfolio in London

    By Adriana Pop, Associate Editor London—International property development company Ballymore has launched the search for a joint venture partner to finance and develop three large-scale residential projects in East London. Lazard and CBRE are advising the company in the selection process, Ballymore announced. Located at Canary Wharf, Leamouth and Nine Elms, the

    International 22 May 2014 14:52