Multi-Tenant Building Construction
Here’s what renters want as the pandemic and mitigation efforts continue Apartment owners and developers have faced some serious challenges over the past year, highlighting the importance of knowing and understanding what renters want and need. As the global pandemic continues to impact our lives, those wish lists are changing to reflect new priorities. What…
Here are the multifamily real estate signs analysts are seeing Commercial real estate took a hit in 2020 due to the pandemic and efforts to control the spread of COVID-19. But analysts forecast a more promising outlook for 2021, particularly for the multifamily real estate sector, which performed better than most other sectors and retained…
Mount Mary University Project in Milwaukee shows promise.
Though we’re still amid COVID-19, it’s already clear that the pandemic will have a lasting impact on tenant needs both short- and long-term.
Demolition of the former Lakeview Health Center in West Salem is complete, and grading is underway for the new Greenwood Subdivision. The 15-acre site will soon be home to 55 multi-family units and 16 single lots.
Here’s why coworking could help attract and retain tenants.
As we look ahead to 2020, experts are calling for slower economic growth, meaning development and investment decisions must focus where opportunity is greatest.
On senior housing construction projects, how do you keep it appealing to prospective residents while containing costs?
Eighty-six percent of millennial renters who live in multi-family housing would be willing to pay more for a “smart” apartment.