Multifamily Building

San Francisco Development Focuses on Families
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San Francisco Development Focuses on Families

1180 4th Street provides 150 units of affordable housing in the city’s Mission Bay... More

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California Releases Affordable Housing Cost Study

The average cost per unit of a new affordable housing development in California was $260,000 in 2011, according to a new study. More

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Fannie, EPA Team on National Multifamily Energy Performance Metrics

The 1-100 Energy Star score for multifamily properties will be available for industry use Sept. 16. More

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Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

Hurricane Sandy has prompted many affordable housing providers to analyze and revise their emergency plans and engage residents so they are better prepared when disaster strikes. More

Mandating Benchmarking: Helpful or Harmful?
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Mandating Benchmarking: Helpful or Harmful?

Experts discuss the new ordinance requiring multifamily owners to record and... More

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Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing Neglected Indiana Industrial Sites Transformed Into Affordable Housing

Herman & Kittle Properties completes $8.1 million adaptive-reuse and new construction project in Clinton, Ind. More

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Historic Minneapolis Flour Mill Undergoes $150 Million Renovation Historic Minneapolis Flour Mill Undergoes $150 Million Renovation

A historic flour mill in Minneapolis is getting a makeover and will soon become home to more than 250 affordable live/work artist apartments. More

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LIHTC-financed Micro-unit Building Under Way in Chicago LIHTC-financed Micro-unit Building Under Way in Chicago

While much of the discussion about micro units has centered on young professionals, developers and architects behind a new micro-unit community in Chicago’s West Loop are instead targeting low-income renters. More

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Developers Increasingly Tap EB-5 to Attract Foreign Capital Developers Increasingly Tap EB-5 to Attract Foreign Capital

Apartment developers are increasingly tapping the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as EB-5, to create viable sources of capital for deals. Successful investors are granted green cards in exchange for helping spur job creation through construction projects. More

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Green Funding Fuels Renovations

Using green construction for renovation projects has become more mainstream over the last few years making it easier for developers to help the environment. More

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