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    Of all the apartment construction we witnessed in the past few years, 10 U.S. neighborhoods stand out for the greatest numbers of apartments built in the post-recession rental boom era.

    24 July 2017 16:24
  • JV Completes SC Mixed-Use Student Housing

    The 706-bed community offers a mix of studios and two- to five-bedroom units averaging 1,116 square feet. Additionally, 114 Earle includes 7,000 square feet of retail space.

    14 September 2017 15:37
  • Dougherty Closes $9M Loan for Tallahassee Sale

    The company closed a 12-year Fannie Mae financing for the acquisition of a 152-unit market-rate property located within 10 minutes of downtown.

    06 September 2017 13:04
  • St. Paul Eyes 135-Acre Urban Village

    A rezoning plan calls for as many as 4,000 residential units on a site owned by Ford, which is expected to be put on the market by early 2018.

    01 August 2017 14:32
  • Boston Project Transforms 4 Sites into Affordable Housing

    Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp.'s $20 million Dorchester initiative includes 44 units in four buildings, two of which were constructed by NEI.

    15 May 2017 13:51
  • San Antonio Lures Investors

    The city has a diversified economy and employment is growing in most industries. That has fueled demand for apartments, which is expected to remain high as the metro continues to add jobs and households at a rate above the national average, and as more residents move south to avoid the growing cost of housing in Austin.

    28 June 2017 10:42
  • Meridian Secures $32M for Far North Dallas Community

    Azure Partners is set to acquire a 267-unit community in Fairview, Texas, completed last year. Meridian’s Abe Hirsch and Moshe Majeski secured the five-year, fixed-rate loan.

    05 July 2017 18:35
  • ABI Brokers Sale of 2 Phoenix Communities

    The company has arranged the disposition of the 51-unit New Horizons Apartments and the 27-unit Country Club Apartments.

    11 August 2017 13:31
  • Economy Watch: Economic Damage of Irma Could Hit $40B

    AIR Worldwide estimates the damage caused by Hurricane Irma could be between $15 billion and $50 billion, but a great deal of uncertainty remains.

    11 September 2017 13:21
  • On the Market: 5 Interesting Listings for the Week of 4/24

    Last week's listings include two recently built student housing properties: an amenity-laden 661-bed property catering to students at the University of Florida and a 173-bed community located four blocks from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

    01 May 2017 16:33