BEST MASTER-PLANNED/MIXED-USE PROJECT:New Neighborhood Rises in Portland
PORTLAND, ORE.—New Columbia isn’t just a public housing development. It is a brand new neighborhood.
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.
Chicago—Locally based Capri Capital Partners, with its Capri Select Income II fund and an unidentified institutional investor, has acquired the majority of White Residential, LLC’s multifamily portfolio for $325 million.
Revamping Around Transit
MINNEAPOLIS Dale Joel is hoping that a workforce housing development will be just the beginning of a massive mixed-use, transit-oriented development that will transform a south Minneapolis neighborhood.
Q&A with Martin Dunn, president of Dunn Development Corp.
MARTIN DUNN is president of Dunn Development Corp., a firm he founded in 1998 and which specializes in affordable and supportive-housing development in New York City.
Smart development options downtown and on the outskirts are keeping the banking and finance hub that is Charlotte on an upward course.
Portland Reinvents an Entire Neighborhood
PORTLAND, ORE. - This city bid farewell to what was its largest public housing project and welcomed a brand new neighborhood. New Columbia is a total reconstruction of the aging Columbia Villa public housing development, which was built in 1942 for World War II shipyard workers.
A Home for Entrepreneurs
MILWAUKEE - When workers tore down the elevated freeway between North Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and Milwaukee’s increasingly busy downtown, local officials decided to bring new shops and offices to this area of warehouses and vacant lots.
Gatehouse Mixes Supportive Housing with SmallBusiness
BOSTON, MASS. - The new Gatehouse building isn’t just home to 14 recently homeless individuals or people at risk of becoming homeless.
Major Sears Site Serves a New Use
MINNEAPOLIS - The Midtown Exchange, Minneapolis’ second largest building, contains one of the most complex tax credit deals in Sherman Associates’ 28 year history.