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    Las Vegas’ recovery features above-average job and population growth. That has produced a modest but steady improvement in housing demand, as the market aims for long-term stability.

    29 August 2017 15:13
  • Economy Watch: Closings Loom for Fashion Retailer

    More than 250 stores will close by 2019 and another 400 closings could follow unless landlords grant rent relief, says the owner of such fashion brands as Ann Taylor, Dressbarn and Maurices.

    13 June 2017 15:17
  • Finding Riches in Niches

    Residents come in as many varieties as multifamily communities themselves, so marketing a property is merely a matter of identifying the prospects most likely to love it, getting them in the door, and signing them up. Right? If only it were that simple.

    15 May 2017 08:17
  • RXR to Develop 28-Story Mixed-Use Towers in New Rochelle

    Anchors of the New York City suburb’s $4 billion redevelopment plan, the two high-rises will comprise about 700 units between them. City officials are eyeing up to 12 million square feet of new construction.

    02 August 2017 14:52
  • Carrier Johnson + CULTURE LA Project Begins Construction

    The 161-unit apartment community will replace an empty 81-year-old two-story building with a modern design that utilizes metal panels and ceramic tile.

    23 May 2017 16:32
  • Bellwether Secures $75M Refi for Luxury Inland Empire Asset

    The company arranged a $59 million permanent loan and a $16 million mezzanine loan for a 298-unit community asset in Ontario, Calif.

    28 July 2017 14:06
  • Skanska Invests $41M in Finland Residential Project

    The three-phase development called Gustaf Wilhelm will break ground in June 2017 and is expected for completion in the second quarter of 2019.

    30 May 2017 10:13
  • Top 10 Markets for Rent Growth

    Here are the 10 markets that, despite the nationwide trend of deceleration, have had the greatest year-over-year rent growth as of May 2017.

    29 June 2017 17:42
  • Albuquerque: On the Mend

    The area's multifamily market is held back by a persistent struggle with a sluggish labor market. Despite being the hub of New Mexico’s technology corridor, the metro has experienced only modest population and employment growth throughout the recent economic expansion.

    06 July 2017 13:02
  • Grandbridge Closes Indianapolis Community Refi

    The 493-unit community is situated on the campus of Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis. Grandbridge placed the refinancing with Ladder Capital Finance.

    03 November 2017 14:23