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  • Brice Leconte, Founder, iUnit

    iUnit is a new modular housing project coming to Denver in 2015, blending smart energy use, wireless connectivity, green construction and the urban living preferences of American Millennials.

    National 29 December 2014 16:50
  • Surfaces and Finishes

    As apartment units get smaller, larger doses of creativity are being devoted to amenity areas.

    National 09 December 2014 18:26
  • Defining New Luxury in Manhattan Multifamily

    The recent “Luxury Living—The Future of the Five-Star Market” panel discussion at the MiMa apartment building in New York, hosted by Related Companies and presented by the Real Estate Board of New York, discussed what luxury means going forward for Manhattan multifamily communities.

    National 05 December 2014 17:31
  • Specialized Software Managing Apartment Residents’ Package Deliveries

    More than 37 million U.S. apartment residents receive enormous numbers of holiday packages every year. A load that large requires more than mere tracking numbers. For that reason, one in four apartment communities use specialized software to manage residents’ packages on site.

    National 01 December 2014 16:16
  • HydroPoint Announce Next Generation Smart Irrigation

    HydroPoint Data Systems announced at the Irrigation Show & Education Conference its Fall 2014 WeatherTRAK® Smart Irrigation Release building on the Company’s new conservation apps and advanced flow management products announced earlier this year.

    West 21 November 2014 20:18
  • Leveraging Data for Competitive Leasing

    The Internet Listing Service (ILS) is the starting point for today’s tech-savvy organizations that are looking to create a leasing advantage in their markets.

    National 20 November 2014 20:36
  • 30 Lines Releases Top Line Sites Plugin for WordPress

    Top Line Sites, a WordPress plugin, was developed by the apartment-marketing agency 30 Lines, based in Columbus, Ohio.

    Midwest 20 November 2014 14:26