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  • It's All In the Name

    El Paso, Texas—Some of the residents at the San Marcos Apartments, a 468-unit apartment property here, working in the United but have another Mexico.

  • MIDWEST

    LA PORTE, IND. -- The nonprofit Parents & Friends, Inc., will build the Butterfly Garden Apartments here.

  • 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.

  • Westchester County’s Strong, Steady Demand

    New Rochelle, N.Y.—More than 40 new tenants a month are moving into Avalon on the Sound East, a new apartment tower rising in the heart of this reviving city.

  • Developers Rescue State Public Housing

    GREAT NECK, N.Y. - The people who live at Spinney Hill Homes here need some help. Their 50-year-old apartments are falling apart around them.

  • Multifamily Wins International Jackpot

    Jason Ottman never got to clink a glass with his equity partners. Not when he attended the closing of the deal to build Alexan Westgate in Glendale, Ariz. Not when the project was finished.

  • REGIONAL MARKETS: NATIONWIDE

    Naperville, Ill. —A fund managed by Hartford, Conn.-based UBS has acquired Thornberry Woods, a 280-unit complex in this Chicago suburb for $39.2 million.

  • Northeast and Mid-Atlantic At-A-Glance

    What ever happened to Boston’s high barriers to development? Builders finished 5,100 new apartments here in 2007, according to the research arm of Marcus & Millichap.

  • Make Your Voice Heard

    2007 will long be remembered as the year the housing bubble burst. What began as a meltdown of the subprime mortgage sector quickly spread to the broader economy and caused what may be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

  • Regional News

    CHICAGO—Printers Corners, a high-rise condominium development, was recently completed here by developer Winthrop Properties.