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    The city's multifamily market is expanding rapidly as a result of its strengthening economic fundamentals. Its increasing population and employment make it one of the country’s fastest-growing cities.

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  • Peak Campus Appoints New Regional VP

    The company has chosen Tami Finan as the newest member of its operations team, where she will oversee a portfolio of more than 25 student housing assets.

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  • Sturdy DC

    Washington, D.C.’s multifamily market is experiencing strong fundamentals, including robust employment, healthy population gains and record-breaking rental rates, per-unit prices and median home values.

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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.

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  • A Smart-Home System Designed for Multifamily

    Tailored to multifamily communities, IOTAS is an automated system that controls everything from the temperature in a resident's unit to security in common areas.

    08 June 2017 17:48
  • Fifield Tops Off, Starts Preleasing Chicago Luxury Tower

    The luxury community, which the developers say is "the first of its kind on the Gold Coast in more than 40 years," will be open to residents in the summer of 2017.

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  • Passco Shells Out $54M for Florida Community

    The buyer worked with a mortgage group to secure a 10-year acquisition financing for the deal.

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  • For Residents, Does Location Really Matter?

    Does the old saying "Location, location, location" really matter to today's renters? MHN and Kingsley Associates paired up to find out what residents think about their apartment's neighborhood.

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  • Economy Watch: Construction Spending Edges Down in June

    Private and public spending both decreased in June, with all property types seeing a decline aside from office construction, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's latest report.

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  • Freshwater Investments Acquires Seattle Community

    The Stinson Apartment Homes sold for $16.8 million. The community last traded in 2015, when Fowler Property Acquisitions purchased the asset for $10.6 million.

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