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National apartment vacancy rate continues to climb
Make no mistake about it: The recession that began in March 2001 certainly has not marked the greatest of times for the nation’s apartment sector. Many
New terminal at Detroit Metro Airport gives local economy and image a boost THE MEDIA BUZZ SURROUNDING THE RECENT OPENING of Detroit Metro Airport's new
NMHC releases wide-ranging apartment management survey RISING INSURANCE COSTS ARE RAMPANT IN THE APARTMENT INDUSTRY. THAT'S ONE of the wide-ranging findings
NMHC releases wide-ranging apartment management survey
Rising insurance costs are rampant in the apartment industry, while landlords that require renter’s insurance are not. Those are several of the findings
CenterPoint Properties welcomes Milwaukee buildings to the fold IT'S A PORTFOLIO THAT LIKELY WOULD HAVE APPEALED to Oak Brook, Ill.-based CenterPoint
NMHC conference focuses on politics, terrorism on final day
NAPLES, Fla. — National politics and international terrorism took center stage as the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC) wrapped up its annual meeting
Where did all the good times go? Sober apartment outlook prevails at NMHC conference
NAPLES, Fla. — Every January, about 1,000 apartment executives gather at some sunny, ritzy locale for the annual meeting of the National Multi Housing
California dealing: AIMCO agrees to purchase Casden Properties In a move to increase its Southern California presence, Denver-based Apartment Investment
Done deal: CalWest finalizes its purchase of Cabot Industrial CalWest Industrial Properties, a joint venture of Chicago-based RREEF and Sacramento, Calif.-based
Report: Hotel sector’s downturn will deepen in 2002
The doldrums affecting the nation’s hotel industry will intensify before the sector begins to recover along with the national economy around the end of
Seniors housing: Still oversupplied
The national seniors housing sector as a whole will remain oversupplied until the first wave of baby boomers turns 60 in approximately five years, says
California dealing: AIMCO buys Casden for $1.5 billion
Denver-based Apartment Investment and Management Co. (AIMCO), the largest apartment owner and management company, has agreed to purchase Los Angeles-based
Rising vacancies await apartments in 2002, according to industry expert
The multifamily industry should brace itself for rising vacancy rates and increased tenant concessions in the coming year, according to Douglas Crocker
Bridgestone and Volkswagen join the tenant list at Dallas-area park Hillwood's AllianceTexas project, a 15,000-acre business and residential development
JPI gets to work on apartments located north of New York City Irving, Texas-based JPI has begun construction on The Residences at Jefferson Place, a $75
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