Wednesday, October 16, 2019

New England region

New England region includes: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.

Wind at our back

The new tax system, which was reformed for the first time in 32 years in December, strips away some of the long-standing benefits that would incentivize Americans to become homeowners. “This is definitely a tailwind...

The push for rent control

In November 2018, election ballots in California might include a question on rent control. Right now, California law restricts the spread of rent regulations on housing built after 1995, in addition to many older...

Home smarts

And, if speed of lease-up and the ability to charge higher rents at the newly built 70-unit Excelsior Park apartments in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., is an indicator that smart technology is part of multihousing’s...

Investor’s latest sweetheart: workforce housing

There is expected demand for an additional 4.5 million new apartments in the U.S. by 2030, according to data from the Workforce Housing Committee of the National Multifamily Housing Council, Washington. What’s more, deal activity...

Paradigm shift

The partners, who come from family-owned multifamily businesses with a combined 150 years of experience, plan to redefine the future of urban rental living by developing and managing apartment communities based on five principles:...

Multifamily’s great reno invasion

Among those speakers was Chip Gaines, who recounted his experience doing facelifts on single-family homes in Waco, Texas, during his presentation at the conference. Chip, who shares the spotlight with his wife Joanna on...

$20 billion skyline

Employers, and by extension, cities seeking growth and tax dollars, are competing more fiercely than ever to become centers of innovation and attract top talent. In New York City, that thinking applies to the...

Start spreading the news

De Blasio unveiled his administration’s ambitious plan to build and preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing, one that he says will house half a million people at a cost of more than $41 billion...

Millionaires in rent-stabilized apartments?

A polo-playing multimillionaire who allegedly broke up Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s marriage, a former tobacco executive who once chaired an anti-tax organization and the head of a hedge fund have all lived in rent-stabilized apartments...

You don’t always get what you want

Reilly’s building, the Windermere West End, a luxury rental, is one of several in the city that prohibit rent-regulated tenants from using new services like gyms, playrooms and rooftop gardens. Some co-op and condo...

Big deal in the Big Apple

The city has taken its first step toward what may be a wave of new development on Halletts Point peninsula, a long-neglected area south of Astoria Park in Queens. Members of Community Board 1...

Little size. Little stuff. Big price. The LifeEdited apartment.

"I have come a long way from the life I had in the late 90s, when, flush with cash from an Internet start-up sale, I had a giant house crammed with stuff-electronics and cars...

Stop the press: print shop goes condo

But the dream faded at Printing House—along with dozens of other 1980s condos in New York-as the real estate market entered a long slump. Much of the building, already rentals, have been rented out...

After the deluge

Residents of UDR, Inc.'s Rivergate, 95 Wall and 10 Hanover Square were not among the uninformed. The 40-year-old apartment REIT, which entered New York City with the purchase of the 493-unit 10 Hanover Square in...

I love this town Bon Jovi style

On Sept. 2, 2008, the lead singer and founding member of the eponymous rock band was back in Newark, shovel in hand, to turn first dirt on the Newark Genesis Apartments, 51 units of...
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