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  • The Story Behind the Bronx’s Development Boom

    The borough’s president discussed the major development projects underway that will help Bronx continue to grow, and how the borough is dealing with the issue of gentrification.

    04 May 2017 14:31
  • Gainesville Community Trades for $22M

    Audubon Communities purchased a 292-unit residential asset that will operate as Peaks at Gainesville. The company also revealed an almost $3 million refurbishment plan.

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  • Harlem 125 All Set for Opening

    The newly developed residential building features studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom units designed to immortalize the spirit of Harlem through top-notch visual elements.

    05 May 2017 12:12
  • Greystone Closes $77M Transaction for SC Portfolio

    The initiative recapitalizes and preserves the affordability of 18 communities. All the 762 units are restricted to low-income households and will undergo renovations to improve the exteriors and interiors.

    14 September 2017 20:26
  • 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 14:54
  • ResiModel Becomes redIQ

    When MHN first spoke with Elliot Vermes, founder and CEO of redIQ, back in 2015, the data intelligence start-up had a different name (ResiModel). Two years later, Vermes says his company has taken some valuable lessons from its work with clients—and made a pivot to focus more heavily on data standardization to meet the needs of more users.

    18 July 2017 19:59
  • Berkadia: Student Housing Pre-leasing Rates Still Robust

    According to the company's recent report, pre-leasing rates across the country were higher than any year since before 2012 as of the end of April.

    06 June 2017 19:25
  • Economy Watch: Multifamily Markets Softening

    All four indexes of the NMHC's quarterly survey were below the breakeven level of 50, indicating that U.S. apartment market conditions are softening despite continued strong demand. New supply is finally catching up, and there seems to be more caution among buyers and lenders, noted NMHC Chief Economist Mark Obrinsky.

    21 April 2017 13:56
  • Enterprise Names New CFO

    Sally Hebner has been working for the nonprofit organization for more than 10 years. Most recently, she served as senior vice president.

    20 April 2017 17:50
  • NoCal Property Sells for $31M

    The 150-unit community in Hayward was acquired by Grupe Co.

    17 March 2017 12:30