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  • Growing Market for Parking Lot Design

    As the market for parking lot design grows relentlessly higher, architects search for attractive, multipurpose solutions.

  • Third Annual Next Generation Luminaires Competition Winners Announced

    Manufacturers continue to innovate with market-ready specification-grade LED luminaires.

  • No Mean Feat

    SAN JOSE, CALIF.— Kevin Zwick's job is to make Silicon Valley a more affordable place to live.

  • Race Against Time

    IN 2000, SHEA PROPERTIES put 10-year debt under the Elan at River Oaks , a 941-unit residential building with 23,000 square feet of commercial space in San Jose, Calif., that the company had built in 1991.

  • Four Developments Earn HUD Design Awards

    Paseo Senter at Coyote Creek in San Jose, with its plaza and pedestrian roadway flanked by retail-style social service space, has earned the excellence in affordable housing design by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Track Your Business With a Dashboard

    Even companies with good systems can get into trouble if they don’t manage their growth. To avoid this fate, Jim Kabel created a “dashboard” — a set of fundamental numbers that shows the monthly trends in their sales and production pipeline: leads, close rates, job profits, and customer...

  • Gish Has the Golden Touch

    SAN JOSE, CALIF.—Gish Apartments, located here, provides a model for all multifamily developments, not just affordable housing projects.

  • Paseo Senter Fills Big Need

    Paseo Senter at Coyote Creek is making a big difference by providing more than 200 new affordable apartments in Silicon Valley's tough housing market.

  • Corde Terra's Big Reach

    SAN JOSE, CALIF. - Corde Terra Village makes a bold statement.

  • Gish Goes Green and Gold

    SAN JOSE, CALIF. - Gish Apartments has achieved an honor that no other multifamily development in California—affordable or not—can claim.