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  • 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.

  • Nationwide Report

    Indianapolis—Britton Buildings Designs is developing a 16-unit condominium project called Renaissance Flats on a parking lot downtown. 

  • Mixed-Use Monster

    Chicago—The developers and designers building Aqua, the latest tower at Lakeshore East, a $4 billion city-within-a-city just north of the Loop, spent a lot of time drawing charts and maps of how people might move through the spaces they’re building

  • Grading Your Lender

    Capmark, the full-service lender formerly known as GMAC Commercial Holding Corp., earned high marks from Legacy Partners for offering the apartment developer a break on the guarantees it was required to make for its latest Texas project.

  • Tasty Brew

    Milwaukee area residents are making more money, and that’s good news for multifamily owners who’ve seen occupancies tighten and rental rates increase.

  • Broken Condominiums Waiting to Be Reborn

    In April, Norman Radow turned down a chance to buy more than 100 unsold condominiums at about a third less than the prices they were listed for during the height of the condo boom.

  • In Search of Feasible Deals

    Brent Little, Place Properties: We’re a private student housing developer based in Atlanta, with a regional office located in Dallas serving the western half of the U.S

  • New York City’s New Frontiers

    New York City—On the Far West Side of Manhattan, a vast stretch of old warehouses and defunct railyards is about to turn into an extension of Midtown.

  • Condominium Tidal Wave Hits Providence

    Providence, R.I.—Standing in Waterplace Park, next to the slender canal of the Woonasquatucket River, a visitor to Providence could probably look up and see most of the more than 1,000 apartments and condominiums now planned or under construction here.