Are losses in store when investors pay more for an existing asset than the cost to build one new?
Multifamily housing experts discuss opportunities and challenges for developers and investors, signs of possible oversupply, the potential of properties outside the urban core, consumer preferences for unit types and amenities, and the appeal of renting.
This book is a fascinating and entertaining account of a global industry that few people acknowledge and even fewer comprehend, and it is hard to imagine anyone with better qualifications than Adam Minter to explain how it works and assess where it is taking us.
Building owners and telecom carriers are finding ways to bridge the mobile phone coverage gaps that frustrate users.
The Trepp survey for the week ended April 25th showed rates basically unchanged during the past week. While competition is “fierce” but no one seems to “have gone stupid” yet.
Ten apartment and condominium buildings model mid-rise design strategies.
What dreams may come to cities that bid for Olympic rings?
It is envisioned as one of the grandest parties in the Western Hemisphere—the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.
Rented steel beams? They’re the start of a radically reconfigurable green office complex.
In the Japanese capital, planning for the experience is as important as planning the infrastructure.