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  • Renters on Rents

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  • Construction Begins on Miami Luxury High-Rise

    The apartment building is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2019. The owners have retained ZRS Management to provide leasing and management services.

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  • Employment Picture

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  • Condo Development on Biscayne Bay Nearly Complete

    The Miami property was developed jointly by South Florida-based developer Two Roads Development and GTIS Partners, a global real estate investment firm headquartered in New York.

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  • Affordable Housing to Rise on Former NY Slaughterhouse Site

    NYCEDC and HPD released plans to transform a 24,687-square-foot historic site in the far west side of Manhattan, once home of New York Butchers’ Dressed Meat Co., into a mixed-use project that will include 234 affordable units, a grocery store, dormitory space, and more.

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  • $72M DC-Area Senior Housing Community Underway

    The 210-unit facility will include assisted living, special needs and memory care units. The new development project will be completed by January 2018 and will create 48 full-time staff positions.

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  • Tikijian Secures $37M Indianapolis Community

    The company represented The RADCO Cos. in the sale of 455-unit Indianapolis asset. The new company changed its name to Ashford at Keystone and plans to renovate unit interiors.

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  • Planning & Building for Severe Weather

    In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, developers, designers and cities themselves need to ensure their current and future buildings can withstand extreme weather events, notes WXY architecture + design Co-Founder Claire Weisz.

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  • US Rent Growth Falls Below Long-Term Average

    Average U.S. monthly rents increased by $3 to $1,314, the smallest growth seen since April 2011, when rates increased 1.5 percent.

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