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  • Cleveland Condos Survive with New Markets Tax Credits

    Cleveland —In the heart of this city’s downtown, in a region wracked by mortgage foreclosures and falling home prices, Zaremba, Inc., plans to build 550 condominiums at its high-rise Avenue District project.

  • Nightmare at Pond View Village

    GLOUCESTER, MASS. - Bob Gillis has learned the hard way about the risks of building and selling highend condominiums. “It’s a tough business, and you have to have the nerves for it,” he said.

  • International Buyers Desert Condo Markets

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

  • Just Beach-y

    Long considered a sleepy beach town, Galveston is now wide awake.

  • Nationwide

    Chicago—AvalonBay Communities has acquired a 3.5-acre site here for a new 1,000-unit apartment community, Avalon on South Clark. The development cost is approximately $280 million.

  • High Rents Rescue Condos

    Philadelphia—In April, after being on the market for a full year, only 50 of the 128 condominiums at Venice Lofts had buyers who had signed sales agreements, and the pace of sales had slowed to a crawl.

  • Banks Get Tough with Condo Projects

    Condominium developers are starving for construction financing as commercial banks focus on rental projects. 

  • REGIONAL MARKETS: NATIONWIDE

    Chicago—Kaplan Development Group, a Woodbury, N.Y.-based seniors housing operator and developer, and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital, a Chicago-based private equity firm, have formed a new venture focused on the acquisition and development of seniors housing properties in the Northeast and...

  • The Middle-Market Strategy

    Paterson, N.J.—While other condo developments languish around it, the Condominiums at Cooke Mills are still selling well, thanks to relatively low prices.

  • The Middle-Market Strategy

    Paterson, N.J.—While other condo developments languish around it, the Condominiums at Cooke Mills are still selling well, thanks to relatively low prices.