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    The 490-bed student housing community is situated in the eastern edge of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The approximately 137,000-square-foot project will be home to the first-year college students.

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  • Keep Residents Safe—and Lawsuits at Bay

    An unknown apartment hazard could end up causing injury to residents. Experts weigh in on how inspections keep your building safe and limit your own liability.

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    19 April 2017 08:58
  • Leasing Starts at Post Brothers’ The Duchess

    The 320-unit luxury apartment building is slated for completion later this year, and it is the firm’s first New Jersey project. Paris Forino and Vijay Kale Architects oversaw the building’s design.

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  • Bell Partners Nabs 306-Unit Denver-Area Community

    Alta Cherry Hills marks the company's second 2017 acquisition. The property is located near two of the metro's largest employment areas.

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  • Can You Afford to Live in NYC?

    Only nine out of the 139 neighborhoods included in a RentHop study have median asking rents that can be afforded with 35 percent of the area median income.

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  • Real Money

    “A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you’re talking real money,” Everett Dirksen once said, and the legendary lion of the Senate would have to admit that $3.4 billion is a nice chunk of change. That’s how much multifamily property owners could save every year through energy efficiency upgrades, according to a 2016 estimate by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.

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  • Philadelphia’s Apartment Revival

    Yardi Matrix's spring outlook for the City of Brotherly Love cites steady employment and population increases as a reason for the market's increase in popularity. Demand is especially strong among job-seeking Millennials and Baby Boomers looking to downsize.

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