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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.

  • 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.

  • Urban Village

    SAN JOSE, CALIF.—For Colleen Lamarr, the new apartment she shares with her two young daughters means no longer commuting more than an hour to work. Lamarr and her girls are one of the 300 families that have moved into Corde Terra Village, the newest affordable housing development in San Jose.