The top storylines in multifamily this week are community spaces, resident screening guidelines, holiday events for residents and teams, budgeting season, balancing AI and people, marketing to Gen Z, housing trends for 2024, multifamily’s influence on interest rates and removing barriers to affordability.
Centralization quickly became one of the biggest post-pandemic buzzwords in the multifamily industry, but explaining it can be a challenge. That’s because it can mean different things to different organizations and can be implemented in a multitude of ways.
Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in premier rental housing across the U.S., today announced construction is underway at Modera SoBro, a midrise apartment community in the South Broadway (SoBro) district of Downtown Nashville.
During the summer, sellers were, at last, beginning to “meet the market” in terms of transaction prices. With sellers no longer captive to the false pretense that pricing would make a quick U-turn and strengthen by the end of 2023, the pace of investment sales, anecdotally at least, appeared to be picking up.
Mill Creek Residential today announced the start of preleasing at Amavi Mooresville, a master-planned community in the Charlotte metropolitan area. The development, originally Amavi Coddle Creek, was the first community to break ground under Mill Creek’s single-family build-to-rent brand.
A true sense of “home” is often elusive for renters, who typically view their residence as temporary, but establishing that feeling of belonging is essential to a positive living experience. It’s frequently created through a greater connection of community and interpersonal connection.
Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in premier rental housing across the U.S., today announced construction is underway at Modera McKinney Ridge, a garden-style apartment community in the new Ridgeline development.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the nationwide changes to parking, effective pet policies, helping CRE portfolios thrive, resident retention, online reviews and marketing, holiday events and social media, veterans and CRE careers, building housing near transit revival and the changing weather.
As the old adage goes, the only constant is change, and CRE is undergoing a massive one. The current economic climate places commercial real estate in an increasingly complicated and nuanced position and the focus has shifted to value creation for tenants.
The automobile is as quintessentially American as apple pie. It is deeply interwoven within our nation’s identity, and we’ve built a nation centered around their existence, including the creation of the interstate highway system, the drive-thru and parking spaces. Lots and lots of parking spaces.