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  • Greystone Secures $117M for Affordable Rehab

    WWJ has acquired a portfolio of 44 affordable housing properties in the state of Georgia. The deal was overseen by Greystone, working with National and State USDA Rural Development, the Athens Housing Authority, Georgia Department of Community Affairs and Fannie Mae to secure the funds necessary to acquire and rehabilitate the portfolio.

    South 18 September 2013 18:49
  • Arker Cos. Acquires Affordable Apartments on Staten Island for $27M

    Two affordable housing properties in the New York borough of Staten Island have traded hands for a combined total of $27 million.

    Northeast 09 September 2013 19:13
  • Isalia Honored for Rehab Work

    The City of Boston has named Isalia Property Group as an “exemplary property developer and manager in 2013.” The company was so honored for its work over the last two years rehabilitating a variety of properties in the Boston area, some of which were previously cited as problem properties by the Mayor’s Problem Properties Task Force.

    Northeast 04 September 2013 18:55
  • Pangea Properties Provides Free Wireless to Underserved Chicago Neighborhoods

    The City of Chicago enacted the Wireless Internet Zones initiative to bring free Wi-Fi to new areas of the city, but many of those hotspots are pinpointed downtown, at locations such as parks or the beach.

    Midwest 15 August 2013 19:57
  • Raintree Acquires SoCal Apartment Property

    Raintree Partners has acquired Archstone Ventura Colony, a 272-unit multifamily property in Ventura. The company paid about $60 million, or $220,680 per unit.

    West 13 December 2012 22:02
  • Boston Capital Invests in Wisconsin Affordable Apartment Rehabs

    A pair of Wisconsin affordable apartment communities, Gilbert Court Apartments in Elkhorn and Havenwood Apartments in Lake Geneva, will be rehabilitated, thanks to an investment by Boston Capital.

    Midwest 12 December 2012 16:03
  • Mid-20th Century Military Barracks Restored in North Georgia

    In planning a new “military education precinct," administrators at North Georgia College & State University had slated historic Gaillard Hall, built in the early 1950s, for demolition. But Atlanta architectural firm Lord, Aeck & Sargent convinced the institution to save, restore and rehabilitate the structure.

    South 10 December 2012 17:35