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  • In Case You Missed It: MHN’s Top 5 Posts in September

    Miss out on any of our articles or videos? Catch up with five of our most popular posts for the month, including information about Hurricane Harvey's multifamily impact.

    02 October 2017 17:12
  • Lightstone Grabs $71M AL Portfolio

    The properties, all located in Mobile, include the 675-unit The Estates at Lafayette Square, the 450-unit Pine Bend & Hampton Park and the 200-unit Bel Air.

    21 July 2017 15:08
  • How Independent Apartment Owners Can Increase Income

    Independent owners can maximize income and value using similar tools to their institutional counterparts'. Here are some suggestions from the National Apartment Association's recent Education Conference.

    28 June 2017 15:31
  • Castle Lanterra Taps New COO

    Edmund Hannon brings more than 30 years of experience to his position, having previously served in various executive roles at Quest Global Advisors and Stamos Capital Partners.

    03 October 2017 20:13
  • Johnston Properties Adds New Development in Phoenix

    The owner of Agritopia and Barnone, two developments in Gilbert, Ariz., entered a joint venture with IPA/Liv Communities to develop its third community in the area. The project is slated to break ground this fall.

    14 September 2017 08:25
  • Will San Jose’s New Rules Hobble Its Market?

    Former Mayor Chuck Reed contends that the city’s restrictive new eviction regulations are discouraging development of badly needed new multifamily inventory.

    12 May 2017 13:35
  • Praedium Group Snags $57M FL Asset

    The company acquired the 300-unit Views at Harbortown in Jacksonville, Fla., which features one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans ranging from 713 to 1,570 square feet.

    09 August 2017 13:43
  • Tucson Community Trades for $38M

    ROC Senior Living acquired Mission Palms from Stoneweg US. The property’s value rose by 46 percent since the last time it traded in 2013.

    14 August 2017 14:35
  • Historic Manhattan Apartments to Get New Life

    HFZ, along with Robert A.M. Stern Architects, are converting the property, which was designated a New York City landmark in 1966, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

    07 April 2017 17:19
  • Strong Fundamentals Fuel Heavy Development in DC

    Young professionals, drawn by the metro’s well-paying jobs, are pushing up demand for upscale communities in transit-oriented and live-work-play areas. However, a robust construction pipeline—the third largest in the country—is maintaining a modest rent increase, raising concerns of overbuilding.

    27 September 2017 13:24