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  • Boston Capital Invests in S.C. Development

    Boston Capital has invested in Grandview Apartments, a 72-unit development that is being built by apHumanities Foundation in Charleston, S.C.

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  • Foreign Investors Coming Off the Sidelines

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  • The Mother of Invention

    A YEAR LIKE 2009 FORCED MANY DEALMAKERS TO THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX.

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  • Inspiring a Change in Public Housing

    ATLANTA The city isn't the same since Renée Lewis Glover arrived.

  • Regional News

    CHICAGO The Chicago Housing Authority recently celebrated the re-opening of the Flannery Senior Apartments, which underwent an 18-month, $16 million renovation after a devastating fire.

  • News

    THE FIVE-STORY North Tract Lofts apartment complex in Arlington, Va., was originally designed as a concrete project, but the developer asked its contractor, Clark Builders Group, to reengineer the building to Type III wood construction.