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    Greystar continues its reign as top operator after adding more than 25K units

    Many companies on the NMHC Top 50 Manager list saw their numbers increase.

    By April 11, 2023
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    Bainbridge Cos. names 2 new vice presidents

    Heidi Jehlicka will serve as VP of marketing, and Krista Washbourne as VP of learning and development.

    By April 6, 2023
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    Trendline

    2023 multifamily industry outlook

    From financing to development, design to acquisitions, these will be the biggest topics and trends facing apartment pros this year.

    By Multifamily Dive staff
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    Evictions rose in cities after a national moratorium ended in 2021

    There are many policies cities can use to protect renters from losing their homes aside from eviction bans, housing experts say.

    By Karen Kroll • April 6, 2023
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    Opinion

    Real estate GPs need to get out their defensive playbooks

    A few simple moves can help multifamily and commercial real estate GPs run leaner while positioning them to pounce on emerging opportunities.

    By Michael Harris • April 6, 2023
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    DEALS + STARTS

    Lendlease development to feature New York’s largest multifamily geothermal system

    The 1 Java Street project will be entirely heated and cooled by a vertical closed-loop structure.

    By April 5, 2023
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    NYC’s McGraw-Hill building slated for residential conversion

    The $100 million project will transform the office tower’s upper floors into 224 luxury units, among other improvements.

    By April 4, 2023
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    Uncertainty, financing issues causing construction delays

    Material prices are also a problem for multifamily developers but are growing at a much slower pace than a year ago, according to a new NMHC survey.

    By April 3, 2023
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    DEALS + STARTS

    Wellness-focused project breaks ground near Phoenix

    The One at Mountain Vista’s amenities will include licensed life coaches living on site.

    By March 28, 2023
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    Altman turns over its back office management operations to RAM

    Executives at the two firms have a history going back 33 years, making the partnership a natural fit.

    By March 28, 2023
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    Miami developer laid off 25% of its workforce

    The cuts came at the end of last year as workforce housing producer Resia adjusted its overhead to “new macroeconomic conditions.”

    By March 22, 2023
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    Q&A

    New NMHC president wants to see middle-income housing tax credit for developers

    In a pivotal time for multifamily, Sharon Wilson Géno outlines the organization’s legislative priorities.

    By March 21, 2023
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    How apartment managers can crack the TikTok code

    The controversial app has become the newest frontier in multifamily marketing as its core user base — Gen Z — comes of age.

    By March 17, 2023
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    Bank failures cause uncertainty for contractors

    The collapses of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank could weaken this year’s outlook for commercial real estate and construction, an economist said.

    By Sebastian Obando • March 16, 2023
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    Q&A

    How multifamily builders are getting ahead of inflation

    Bozzuto Construction’s newly minted VP advocates for the use of 3D modeling tech to increase efficiency.

    By March 14, 2023
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    To fight e-bike fires, New York state and city lawmakers crack down on unsafe batteries, chargers

    “Reconditioned and untested batteries are contributing to a serious threat to the health and safety of New Yorkers in their homes and in their jobs,” state Sen. Liz Krueger said.

    By Michael Brady • March 10, 2023
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    HUD chief targets rental fees, tenant screening

    Secretary Marcia Fudge says landlords should eliminate “duplicative, excessive and undisclosed fees” and identify “bottom-line” amounts tenants will pay.

    By March 10, 2023
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    DEALS + STARTS

    Standard Communities grabs a controlling interest in more than 3,000 affordable units

    The purchase marks Standard’s first acquisition in Florida and its first affordable purchase in Georgia.

    By March 9, 2023
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    ‘We’re not going to have one’: AGC economist dismisses a 2023 recession

    A strong U.S. economy should fend off recession concerns this year, said Ken Simonson, chief economist for Associated General Contractors of America.

    By Sebastian Obando • March 7, 2023
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    Q&A

    Once the buyer’s market arrives, it might not last long

    An executive from RealSource Properties thinks apartment sales could snap back quickly.

    By March 3, 2023
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    Could tech workers find a home in multifamily?

    As multifamily firms embrace automation, there may be room for professionals who were recently laid off.

    By Feb. 28, 2023
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    Property managers’ top 10 concerns

    Despite overall job satisfaction, many property managers cite issues like aggressive residents, staffing issues and workload, according to a new survey.

    By Feb. 27, 2023
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    February 2023 Thought Leaders

    Executives from RailField Partners, KTGY, RangeWater and more talk about their latest challenges and successes.

    By Multifamily Dive Staff • Feb. 23, 2023
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    REITS report ‘cautious optimism’

    Multifamily Dive examines each of the major REITs’ most recent earnings report and their outlook for the year to come.

    By Feb. 22, 2023
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    Q&A

    Appealing to the ‘life is short’ demographic

    Architect Jared Bradley shares the features and amenities winning over Nashville’s young renters.

    By Feb. 21, 2023
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    REIT Report

    Equity Residential sees positive employment signs amid uncertainty

    The REIT nears the finish line with some centralization initiatives as it works to corral costs.

    By Feb. 17, 2023