Kelly Farrell

  • What Renters Want: The Amenity Arms Race

    A panel of multifamily experts recently delivered an overview of “What Renters Want: Development + Design Trends that Drive Occupancy,” at an AIA continuing education event held in Los Angeles and sponsored by Multi-Housing News, Interface and Universal Fibers.

    National 19 November 2013 18:07

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