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  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • Chicago Condos

    Design quality resumes its place in the residential development formula.

  • Portland’s Resurgence

    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 Rising

    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.