Tag: multifamily

Explore Topic-Specific Ideas and Connect with Peers at the IBS Centrals

Filed in International Builders' Show by on November 27, 2019 0 Comments
Explore Topic-Specific Ideas and Connect with Peers at the IBS Centrals

The IBS Centrals are the place to be at the 2020 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS). Explore new ideas and gain information about your specific topic area in the building industry during the Jan. 21-23 mega event being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Development Rehabs Historical Site Into Modern Housing for Veterans

Filed in Awards, Multifamily by on November 11, 2019 0 Comments
Development Rehabs Historical Site Into Modern Housing for Veterans

What started as a collection of uninhabitable 1917-era homes built for gunpowder factory workers is now an impressive finalist in the 2019 NAHB Multifamily Pillars of the Industry awards, thanks to 11 years of dedication among key partners and the community.

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What is the ‘Missing Middle’ of Housing?

Filed in Affordability, Education, Land Development, Multifamily by on November 1, 2019 0 Comments
What is the ‘Missing Middle’ of Housing?

Less restrictive zoning would allow for more of what’s been termed “missing middle housing” and help provide solutions to the housing affordability crisis. A recent webinar presented what missing middle housing is, how it meets the needs of today’s buyers, and the current challenges and successes in developing these types of homes.

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2019 Multifamily Pillars Finalists Announced

Filed in Awards, Multifamily by on October 28, 2019 0 Comments
2019 Multifamily Pillars Finalists Announced

NAHB announced the finalists for the 2019 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards. A panel of 12 industry experts narrowed the entries down to 74 finalists in 24 categories.

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NAHB Continues to Push Back Against Rent Control

Filed in Affordability, Codes and Regulations, Multifamily by on September 6, 2019 3 Comments
NAHB Continues to Push Back Against Rent Control

Rent control legislation is being considered in California that will exacerbate housing shortages and drive up rents.

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6 Tips for Success from an Award-Winning Multifamily Builder

Filed in Awards, Multifamily by on August 29, 2019 0 Comments
6 Tips for Success from an Award-Winning Multifamily Builder

What does it take to become an award-winning builder? We asked Chris House — group vice president at Fortune-Johnson, the 2018 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Builder of the Year firm — for advice for this year’s entrants.

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How to Think Big and Build Small to Address Housing Demand

Filed in Affordability, Education, Multifamily by on August 21, 2019 1 Comment
How to Think Big and Build Small to Address Housing Demand

Housing affordability is a growing concern to NAHB members and the communities they serve. NAHB Multifamily will present a webinar on Sept. 11 that will explore “missing middle housing,” a concept that describes housing types that range in scale from duplexes to bungalow courts and mansion apartments.

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‘Impossible’ Project Provides Critical Workforce Housing Options in Memphis

Filed in Affordability, Awards, Multifamily by on August 6, 2019 2 Comments
‘Impossible’ Project Provides Critical Workforce Housing Options in Memphis

Repurposing a 1.5 million-square-foot decaying building that’s been abandoned for decades and is too expensive even to demolish may seem like an impossible task. Yet a group of non-profit organizations in Memphis tackled this feat by turning a 1927 vintage Sears distribution center into a “vertical urban village” that includes resources for the arts community, for education, and for health and wellness services.

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6 Lessons Learned from a Historic St. Louis Rehab Project

6 Lessons Learned from a Historic St. Louis Rehab Project

The Arcade Apartments development is finished product of a historic rehabilitation of a 500,000-square-foot architectural landmark in downtown St. Louis. The $118 million project involved a mix of federal and state historic tax credits and New Market Tax Credits, loans, mortgages and investment from Webster University.

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How Green Building Can Boost Housing Affordability

How Green Building Can Boost Housing Affordability

Housing affordability — a top priority for NAHB in 2019 — is a critical issue nationwide. Although there is no single solution to the affordability challenge, incentives can provide some relief. Visit NAHB at the NACo Conference this week to learn how high-performance building strategies in both market-rate and low-income homes can qualify for these incentives to provide affordable solutions, and what other jurisdictions are doing.

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