Conference Attendees Learn from Industry Experts
Miami—More than 180 developers and owners heard from top multifamily industry leaders at the 2007 Apartment Finance Today Conference here in February.
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The Big Chill
Miami - Weeds, not potential buyers, climb the steps of the sales office for Onyx 2 On the Bay, a planned 50-story luxury condo located at Biscayne Bay and 28th Street, just north of downtown.
Analyst Targets Workforce Housing
Boca Raton, Fla.—Lewis Goodkin believes he can see the future of real estate by looking into the past.
Portland, Ore.—Multifamily owners who suffered from five years of decreased occupancy, negative rent growth, and hefty concessions can finally breathe a little easier now that the market has transitioned from soft to strong.
Phoenix—At the beginning of the year, the first new apartments opened at Desert Parks Vista at DC Ranch in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The Great Condo Bazaar
Lewis Goodkin scouts neighborhoods where condominium developers are struggling to sell units, looking for opportunities.
Cash for Condos Still Flowing
Though the largest condominium markets are softening, Corus Bank, one of the nation’s leading lenders to condo projects, is still eager to make loans.
Staying Above Water
Minneapolis, Minn.—In a market glutted with condominiums, the Lander Group is focusing all of its development efforts on constructing 2626 West Lake, a 46-unit condominium project where the average unit is expected to sell for more than $1 million.
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.