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It might be time for a housing revival

On November 15, 2017, Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of HUD, gave the keynote address at the Housing America’s Families Forum hosted by the J....

Broadband’s tangled web

It’s no secret that technology, especially high-quality internet service, is critical to attracting and retaining residents. According to the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)/Kingsley Apartment...

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...

Aging baby boomers still want it all

As a segment of the growing senior population seeks upscale urban living, an affordability crisis looms. Michael Gordon, VP of planning and development for a...

The truth about workaholics: it’s not always bad

We think of the workaholic as someone hunched in a cramped office in rumpled clothing, sweating over a hot computer while the hours crawl...

Those things that ignite the soul

CSR initiatives encompass a company’s efforts to promote positive societal, economic or environmental change. The initiatives are self-regulated, and the scope and scale of...

That upon which we focus, increases

The apartment industry isn’t known for being an early adopter of new technology, but a new wave of venture capital (VC) targeting new technology...

The cost of inaction

Most of us share a common trait: We are “housers.” We understand the foundational importance of the home. Our homes, of course, meet a basic...

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.,...

History repeats itself

It’s happening again. Once, knowledge was sequestered away on manuscripts in Monasteries only to be set free by the printing press. Suddenly, the Renaissance. The...

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