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The July August 2023 issue of Yield PRO magazine

Toronto’s Cloverdale Square Shopping Mall rehab

Empty offices, troubled malls become new “15-Minute Cities”

At ULI’s Spring Meeting apartment experts found new solutions and opportunities to build—even in uncertain times. A questionable economy and high-interest rates are not stopping...
Star Apartments

Make your own luck

Rumors of America’s death have been greatly exaggerated. The proverbial lucky fool—these United States of America—has proven itself replete with those things that truly...

Infographic: Big bang theory

Resuming student loan payments with interest at the end of the summer after a three year federal program pause could trigger a tidal wave...

Infographic: Untethered assumptions

The Power Plant Rule published by EPA in May targets U.S. power produced using coal and natural gas. These sources currently constitute 60 percent...

Infographic: Sudden immigrant impact

A recent Gallup poll—taken weeks after Title 42 restrictions on immigration were lifted (May 11)—shows public support of immigration declining. Industry associations continue to press...

Infographic: Discrimination domino effect

In June the Supreme Court struck down race-based admissions in Students for Fair Admissions versus Harvard and University of North Carolina. The decision affects...

Resident retention issues spark new strategies

The number of people looking for an apartment this year has returned to a more normal pattern from the high rent, high occupancy days...

Opportunities in ULI’s real estate economic forecast

Demand for apartments is likely to stay relatively strong. At the same time prices are likely to fall for all types of real estate...

Weathering the perfect supply storm

The theme of multifamily industry reports this year has centered around uncertainty, but seasoned apartment developers, investors and analysts believe the sector is well...

Supreme Court urged to step in on NYC’s rent-control laws

The Supreme Court is considering a petition to hear a case that challenges New York City’s rent stabilization law as pressure builds from stakeholders...

Navigating multifamily risk

A new report from Yardi Matrix has highlighted rent growth and high supply amid low sales and price declines. Real estate is a lot like...

L.A. owners sue over COVID-era restrictions

Apartment owners are suing the City of Los Angeles for keeping in place its emergency ban on rent increases first implemented at the start...

Crushing property insurance hurting apartment deals

The lack of affordable insurance options for property owners of all types increasingly puts needed insurance coverage out of reach and limits the ability...

Property conversions: Will today’s office vacancies become tomorrow’s WFH locations?

New government incentives and shifting market dynamics could make it worth U.S. real estate owners’ time—and money—to move forward with office-to-residential conversion projects. With the...

Complaint: not renting to people with past evictions is illegal

HOPE Fair Housing Center argues in a new federal complaint that an Illinois landlord’s blanket refusal to rent to people with eviction records amounts...

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