New US Census data shows that homes in homeowner's associations are taking up a larger share of new construction and new sales than ever before
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 19
The NYC mega-development will also include a next-level data stack, an app for residents and its own power plant
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 19
Opportunity Zones aim to incentivize building in distressed communities, but some say it could boost gentrification
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 19
The tech magnate and the rap mogul have both expressed vague plans to begin developing their own housing-related initiatives
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 7
New report expects boon in construction for senior housing
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 16
420 Kent Ave. is right on the waterline, which makes for great views ... and higher risks
by Carl Franzen | Oct 2
Getting equity investors on board is easier when you know the risks and how to overcome them
by Nick Schlekeway | May 11
A new paper from Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies indicates that in some cities, renters oppose expanded housing
by Deidre Woollard | Feb 16
Gold Level Certification helps MRED allow developers to innovate web applications faster
by Jennifer Riner | Oct 5
Louise Phillips Forbes discusses being service-minded and her success
by Tim & Julie Harris | Oct 5
Sonja Trauss and Brad Inman talk urban density and more
by Inman | Sep 29
Historic property, neighboring bird sanctuary could be rezoned for condo development
by Kimberly Manning | Sep 12
Two opposing coalitions aim to preserve LA neighborhoods with different schools of thought
by Kimberly Manning | Sep 1
Answer with confidence, and you're in
by Stefani Shock | Aug 23
Urban Investment Partners announced the purchase of the 10-story building for $36 million
by Kimberly Manning | Aug 18