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  • Getting Started in Multiifamily Housing

    One- to four-unit apartment buildings are a good option for single-family home builders looking to invest in real estate.

  • Building Accepted Fire Barriers for Multifamily Homes

    Construction details that prevent fires from spreading from one unit to another.

  • Tammy Eagle Bull, AIA

    Tammy Eagle Bull, AIA, draws together community and tradition to define an architectural practice

  • Silver Linings

    From his Memphis, Tenn., office, Simon Wadsworth conjures the Oracle of Omaha when assessing the current environment.

  • Nebraska Provides $5.4 Million to Projects

    The Nebraska Department of Economic Development has awarded more than $5.4 million in grants as part of the 2009 Nebraska Affordable Housing Program.

  • Nuckolls Fund Announces 2008 Grants And Awards

  • Claude Engle Gives Feltman Lecture at Cooper Union

    Claude Engle, a celebrated lighting designer of more than 40 years, and David Nelson, director of design at London-based architecture firm Foster + Partners, presented their collaborative work in a lecture titled "Drawing Light from Shadow" as part of the Feltman Lecture series on Thursday, Feb. 14...

  • A Boom in Midtown

    Omaha—The strong economy and rising demand for new units are fueling a boom in this city’s midtown district.


    LINCOLN—The Nebraska Investment Finance Authority (NIFA) will put more emphasis on green building design in its 2008 qualified allocation plan (QAP).

  • Rehab of Historic Landmark Helps an Active Mother

    OMAHA, NEB. - For more than half a century, the Livestock Exchange Building served as the center of Omaha’s livestock industry—before it fell vacant as the stock pens stood empty.