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  • International Buyers Desert Condo Markets

    Think things couldn’t get worse for condominium developers? Think again.

  • Wraparound Condos Highlight Collaboration

    MINNEAPOLIS - On a small site along 10th Avenue in Minneapolis, adjacent to one of the largest redevelopment efforts in the city’s history, sits the Midtown Exchange Condos on the Greenway.

  • LIHTC Apartments Set to Convert to Affordable Condos

    A low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) property in Kansas City, Mo., took a big step toward converting from apartments into an affordable homeownership development after a critical Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling.

  • New Park West, charlotte, north carolina

    Challenge When architect/developer Anderson Pearson formed his one-person firm, his inaugural project was the New Park West condominiums, completed in March 2005. Sited on a corner lot, facing a busy street on one side and a quiet cul-de-sac on the other, the project presented many challenges...

  • Chicago Condos

    Design quality resumes its place in the residential development formula.

  • Rehab of blighted site changes attitudes

    Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.—Summer Street Condominiums and Apartments is a model for smart-growth, mixed-income developments in smaller communities. 

  • Q&A: Fixing a Noisy Condo

    Q. Fixing a Noisy Condo I'm renovating a condominium that shares a wall with the adjoining unit. Sound from the neighboring unit the ringing telephone, the dishwasher, and especially the TV travels right through the double 2x4 common wall, which has fire-rated drywall sheathing on one of the...

  • Notebook

    Leaky condos lead to builder fees; cellulose fibers dramatically reduce stucco cracks; failing septic systems spawn class-action suit; new precut SIPs; expansive soils wreak havoc with floor slabs; labor unions go after non-union workers in Boston

  • Letters

    Implied warranties, utility defends energy program

  • Notebook

    California condo debacle, builder returns to Vietnam, new OSHA scaffold standard