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  • Going Where the Jobs Are

    Washington, D.C.—It used to be a neighborhood of seedy nightclubs and old warehouses, but D.C.’s powerful real estate market has made the land around the planned baseball stadium for the Washington Nationals, just south of the Capitol, into a massive development site.

  • Hiding Exposed Screw Heads

    On most kitchen cabinet installations, the mounting screws are inconspicuous and the client never notices them.

  • And the Finalists Are...

    We're putting the finishing touches on the August issue of Affordable Housing Finance this week, which features the finalists of the magazine's fourth annual Readers' Choice Awards for the best affordable housing developments of 2007-2008.

  • WASHINGTON

    SEATTLE—Developers who face NIMBY opposition will get some support under a new policy from the Washington State Housing Finance Commission.

  • Up, Up, and Away

    Seattle—As Microsoft and Boeing go, so goes the Seattle apartment market. The city’s two biggest employers have been hiring at a torrid pace, keeping the area’s multifamily market booming.

  • Up, Up, and Away

    Seattle—As Microsoft and Boeing go, so goes the Seattle apartment market. The city’s two biggest employers have been hiring at a torrid pace, keeping the area’s multifamily market booming.

  • Break Out of the Box

    It started in June 2001 with a survey asking neighbors and residents of Seattle’s High Point development which of seven housing types they preferred for the site.

  • New Buyers Snap Up Seniors Housing

    Merrill Gardens, a seniors housing developer based in Seattle, found an unusual buyer this March for 26 of its seniors housing properties: a real estate investment trust (REIT) in Canada.

  • Calling Pike Place Market Home

    SEATTLE—The visitors outside don’t know what’s just around the corner.

  • Highlight: Washington Univeristy

    An individual and institutional evolution is taking shape on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis, and the author of that transformation--Pritzker prize-winning architect Fumihiko Maki--is once again at the helm. For the past 46 years the visual arts have occupied three separate...