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  • Analyst Targets Workforce Housing

    Boca Raton, Fla.—Lewis Goodkin believes he can see the future of real estate by looking into the past.

  • How to Succeed with Conversions

    Orlando, Fla. —The condominiums at Cypress Pointe are priced so affordably that 50 of the original tenants at this 236-unit rental apartment community here could buy their own units. 

  • Tile Roofs for Hurricane Zones

    One of the most common problems found in the aftermath of hurricanes Frances, Charley, and Ivan was failure of the roofing system. The tile industry responded to the problem with new design criteria and installation details, which have since been added to the Florida Building Code. Charles Wardell...

  • Apartment developers fight to build on Long Island

    The slow drip of new apartments into the Long Island market should swell to a trickle over the next few years, as a few new players enter the market.

  • Strategic decisions

    Anaheim, Calif., is building a new central business district in what has traditionally been a sprawling suburban community. 

  • Small mixed-use buildings created at HOPE VI development

    ORLANDO, FLA. Many affordable housing developers are still scratching their heads over how to economically mix retail and commercial space into their affordable housing projects

  • Auger maps out Florida’s strategy

    Stephen Auger worked his way up to the position of executive director of the Florida Housing Finance Corp

  • Auger

    Stephen Auger worked his way up to the position of executive director of the Florida Housing Finance Corp. after five years at the agency, most recently serving as deputy development officer of multifamily programs.

  • Condos slow apartmentgrowth in Orlando

    Orlando – Cracks are beginning to show in the condominium boom, which continues to drive the city’s real estate market.

  • NMHC experts predict rosy year foroccupancy, capital

    Boca Raton, Fla. — Good news for apartment managers: 2006 will be “the best year for apartment leasing since the 1970s,” said Ron Witten, president of Witten Advisors.