Tag: California

The year of transformation

The Rey The 478-unit The Rey, named Community of the Year and awarded the title of Best High-Rise Community, represents Wood Partners’ and The Berkshire...

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...

Where rents still rise

A report on the 2017 national rental market, released by RENTCafe shows that rent increases in large cities (with a population of 600,000 or...

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...

Solar: At what cost?

Finding cheaper sources of power is a no-brainer in any circle. Many in the solar business have learned that to get communities, investors and...

California’s answer to its housing crisis

With high demand on top of inadequate supply, the meaning of “affordable” in the most desirable locations can be difficult to gauge. According to...

Rent control raises housing costs

A new paper analyzes the effects of rent control expansion in the city and finds that it reduced rental housing supply, causing a city...

Mixing it up

The mostly urban projects that captured the judges’ votes echo a popular and growing trend—the inclusion of ground-floor retail and dining establishments that add...

From mall to ecosystem

Construction has started on a 23-story upscale apartment tower at Westfield UTC, a one-million-sq.-ft. outdoor center in San Diego, but the project is much...

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...

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