What's Old Is New

By Christopher Durso
April 7, 2023
The 1970s were not a golden age of energy efficiency. While public awareness of environmental issues grew throughout the decade—Earth Day an...
Residential
Multifamily

Everything Is Rent

By Rachel E. Pelovitz
September 29, 2022
RentCafe has ranked the most competitive apartment markets of 2022 so far (per Yardi proprietary data), and it turns out that today’s rental...
Residential
Multifamily

What Contractors and Architects Should Know About Post-Pandemic Renter Preferences

By Sarah Yaussi
May 11, 2022
Designing and developing residential spaces today means understanding how the pandemic experience has altered the way we live and the expect...
Commercial
Multifamily
Economy

Developers Play a Role in Initiating Positive Change in Cities

By Celeste Frye
December 14, 2021
It takes a long list of people and organizations to make a city thrive—from business owners and nonprofits, to lawmakers and individual comm...
Multifamily

Rush of Renters Creates New U.S. Markets

By Rachel E. Pelovitz
November 10, 2021
An influx of renters over the past decade has shaped U.S. suburbs, says a recent RENTCafé study. In the top 10 suburbs with heightened chang...
Multifamily

Apartment Construction Booms Across United States

By Construction Executive
September 30, 2021
The 2021 apartment construction market is going strong, despite the past year’s setbacks. Per a report from RentCafé, developers are putting...
Multifamily
Residential

Propane Offers Versatile, Reliable Energy for Off-Site Construction

By Bryan Cordill
September 9, 2021
Off-site construction is becoming more popular, especially as a way to reduce construction costs, time and the use of natural resources. Pow...
Tools
Multifamily

Apartment Construction Booms as Remote Work Changes Loom

By Construction Executive
August 3, 2021
According to RentCafé®, more than one-third of U.S. cities are upgrading apartment spaces (increasing in most cases by approximately 50 squa...
Residential
Multifamily

Multi-Generational Living Is Not Only Common—It Is Increasingly Popular

By Construction Executive
June 22, 2021
By the end of 2020, one in three 18- to 34-year-olds were living with their parents, illustrating the statistical rise in multi-generational...
Multifamily
Economy

Texas Prepares to House Workforce of Tech Corp Giants Leaving California

By Alexandra Ciuntu
March 20, 2021
With tech companies set to trade California for Texas, the state could see a growing housing demand as established and potential employees f...
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