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  • Lightstone Launching Amenity-Loaded Queens Community

    Located in Long Island City, ARC will feature 428 units and more than 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a salt-water pool, private and collaborative workspaces and a lifestyle director.

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  • ZOM Living Acquires Charlotte Site

    ZOM Living has closed on the purchase of a 2.76-acre parcel in Charlotte, where the company plans to break ground in early 2018 on Hazel SouthPark.

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  • Brinshore, McShane Deliver Chicago Mixed-Use Project

    Clybourn 1200, a mixed-income apartment building in Chicago's Old Town neighborhood offers 84 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, as well as 17,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

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    Increasingly ferocious storms. Deadly high-rise fires in London and Hawaii. Residents’ inclination to leave ranges and running bathtubs unattended. It’s enough to ruin the sleep of multifamily owners and managers. But insurance experts say they shouldn’t fret, at least not until something unforeseen comes along.

    11 September 2017 13:59
  • Cordish Tops Off $120M MO High Rise

    Scheduled to open in 2018, the 296-unit Two Light is the second new construction high-rise apartment building in downtown Kansas City in the last 50 years.

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  • Cushman & Wakefield to Market NYC Beaux-Arts Community

    Measuring 42 feet wide, the building initially housed 14 families and their servants. Later converted to a hotel, the structure was reconverted to an apartment building in 1964.

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  • 3 Common Design Mistakes That Keep Renters at Bay

    Today’s renters—accustomed to boutique hotels, smart coffee shops and restaurants where the décor is as important as the menu—are visually sophisticated and highly design conscious. They want spaces that look good, function well and feel just right.

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  • Manhattan Mixed-Use Snags Pre-Development Financing

    A joint venture obtained $200 million for 520 Fifth Ave., which will include 145 condos, 208 hotel rooms and 33,000 square feet of retail space.

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  • URS Capital Partners Nabs Distressed Apartment Community

    The company plans to invest $4 million in the property's renovation, crucial to an extensive rebranding process that will include renaming the community as The Flats at East Atlanta.

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