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    The multifamily developer finished work on 757 North, a four-story residential project downtown Winston-Salem. The first residents are expected to move in by July 1.

    09 June 2017 17:03
  • Leasing Starts at New Chicago Mixed-Use

    JDL Development's SixForty, located in the River North neighborhood, includes a 23-story tower with 250 units and 8,000 square feet of retail.

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  • Decorative Blades Absorb Sound

    Multiple people with varied schedules living in one building means noise from different directions at different times. EchoBlades, designed by Kirei, are sound-muffling design pieces that fit easily into traditional ceiling tiles.

    14 September 2017 17:08
  • CRE Transaction Volume and Percent Change

    The volume has ranged over the past 10 years from $13.2 billion in the first quarter of 2009 to $160.2 billion in the fourth quarter of 2015.

    24 July 2017 15:11
  • 2 CA Communities Trade for $33M

    The Commons Apartment Homes, a 100-unit community on Standiford Ave., and Summerview Apartment Homes, a 136-unit community on Prescott Road, both in Modesto, Calif., have traded for a total of $32.56 million.

    05 July 2017 19:46
  • Dougherty Mortgage Closes $10M Loan for San Antonio Sale

    The company closed a 12-year Fannie Mae financing loan for the acquisition of a 168-unit community located in San Antonio’s North Loop submarket.

    03 October 2017 16:02
  • Walker & Dunlop Arranges $86M for Portfolio Upgrade

    The financing will support the renovation of 1,208 units in Florida and Texas, as well as enable the borrowers to recapitalize the assets and handle deferred maintenance.

    17 August 2017 18:58
  • The Senior Housing Boom’s Ripple Effect

    Assisted living occupancy fell to its lowest in eight years, despite record absorption, according to NIC’s 2017 second quarter report. San Jose had the highest occupancy, while Detroit recorded the biggest rent growth.

    15 August 2017 19:31
  • Mentally Ill Residents and Fair Housing Concerns

    The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in all types of housing transactions. So how should a property manager handle a mentally ill resident who may be causing issues at their property?

    12 April 2017 14:58
  • Winning Favor

    Getting apartment residents to think green can often be a heavy lift, since renters typically don’t have a direct financial stake in their homes. However, there are creative strategies to get residents engaged in energy conservation in a way that benefits them and their apartment community, according to these industry veterans.

    01 May 2017 14:20