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urban housing

Urban housing markets forecast to recover

Moody’s Investor Services recently released a report discussing the future of urban areas, and particularly of urban housing, in the wake of the COVID-19...
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Will COVID send growth to the suburbs?

A report from Marcus and Millichap focuses on the question of whether future growth will be concentrated around central business districts (CBDs) or whether...

Forest City: Deal or no deal?

Forest City Residential Group (Forest City Realty Trust), no. 26 on NHMC’s top 50 apartment owners for 2017, would not confirm/deny rumors that the...

Where rents still rise

A report on the 2017 national rental market, released by RENTCafe shows that rent increases in large cities (with a population of 600,000 or...

Why millennials are (partly) to blame for the housing shortage

The rush of young people to U.S. cities over the past few years is partly to blame for America’s worsening housing shortage. In some of...

Uptown living, downtown budget

“I would say it’s the most social building I’ve ever seen,” said Daniel Ellch, a tenant. That’s by design: The developer, Property Markets Group...

Betting on the City of Angels

Developers are seeing a diverse group of residents and buyers who want to occupy amenity-rich complexes of varying types—lofts, mid-rises and high-rises—and have worry-free,...

City slicker future shock

Educated and higher income people of all ages are choosing to live and work in cities, businesses and R&D hubs are driving innovation, and...

Is infill tapped out?

The coming-of-age of Echo Boomers, combined with disillusionment with home ownership, caused a good chunk of the population to flee to rentals. Added to...

The next question facing cities: Will Millennials stay?

Mostly these are the Millennials—adults roughly 20 to 34-years-old, also known as Generation Y or the Echo Boom—who have delayed childbearing, marriage, and even...

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