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  • Houston Count Grows

    Houston—Marvy Finger is about to change this city's skyline as the longtime developer nears completion on One Park Place, the city's first luxury high-rise apartment building in more than four decades.

  • Going Hip in Austin

    Austin, Texas— You can tell a lot about the new apartments at Greystar South Congress just by checking out the bike racks.

  • Texas-Size Growth

    Dallas— The large number of apartments under construction shows the confidence developers have in this market.

  • In the News

    Roofing nails puncture gas lines in Texas; hot countertops rattle kitchen and bath industry; dustup over drywall

  • Texas Apartments Begin Hurricane Recovery

    The day before Hurricane Ike blew through the Texas coast, the Houston Apartment Association (HAA) saw its Web site get more than 2,000 hits as property owners and renters sought safety tips and information.


    KALAMAZOO, MICH.- A nonprofit group has renovated two apartments located here and in nearby Portage for specialneeds residents.

  • The Natural

    The defining moment of Jennifer Daughtrey Hicks' career in affordable housing happened one summer when she lived on the corner of Haight and Ashbury streets in San Francisco.


    KALAMAZOO, MICH. A nonprofit group has renovated two apartments located here and in nearby Portage for specialneeds residents

  • At the Starting Line in Texas

    Two Texas developers are ready to get rolling on affordable housing projects for two different constituencies— rural residents and seniors— after receiving funding awards from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA).

  • Master of Disaster

    In the July/August issue Morgan McMillan, a senior broker with insurance firm McGriff, Seibels & Williams, based in Dallas, talked with APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY about recent catastrophic flooding and storms across the country and how apartment owners can protect their properties.