Multifamily Housing

As cities grow ever more crowded, multifamily housing construction is more necessary than ever. Finding ways to compress housing into smaller spaces while still creating true homes calls for a complex blend of innovative design and engineering.
Torch cutters working on a project

Photo courtesy of Barton Mallow

September 19, 2017 | BD+C Staff

Lendlease, Suffolk Construction, and Clark Group top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s larg...

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Structural rendering of the steel work at Daily's Place

The Jacksonville Jaguars' Daily's Place. Designed by Populous with Walter P Moore as the structural engineer.

September 18, 2017 | BD+C Staff

WSP, AECOM, and Thronton Tomasetti top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest multifamil...

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As the population ages, designers of commercial and multifamily applications are incorporating new solutions to meet those demands. Ergonomics can be an integral part of design, manufacturing, and use. Nowhere is this more critical than in bathroom design.

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The Houston skyline

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September 15, 2017 | ApartmentData.com

As of Sept. 14, 166 properties reported damage to 8,956 units, about 1.4% of the total supply of...

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The Village Green at Terrapin Row designed by WDG Architecture

The Village Green at Terrapin Row designed by WDG Architecture.

September 14, 2017 | BD+C Staff

Humphreys & Partners Architects, Perkins Eastman, and CallisonRTKL top BD+C’s rankin...

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Complimentary, building-wide WiFi is more or less a given for marketing purposes in the multifamily arena.

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September 05, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor

Complimentary, building-wide WiFi is more or less a given for marketing purposes in the multifami...

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A common area located in The Ruckus Lofts

Photo courtesy Motivado Group.

September 01, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The Ruckus Lofts provide 46 furnished units and 165 beds for UT students.

An amenity space inside Anthem House

Photo: Ray Cavicchio

August 30, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The new community offers 292 apartments with 20,000 sf of retail space.

An exterior promenade connects the dining hall to three residence halls on the Core Campus. Image: Jonathan Hilyer

August 25, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

The new dining hall is part of the school’s ongoing efforts to maintain its standing among the co...

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Apartment tenants crave lounge spaces (both indoor and outdoor) and other areas where they can socialize and relax.

Apartment tenants crave lounge spaces (both indoor and outdoor) and other areas where they can socialize and relax. Photo: Pixabay

    

August 24, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor

Tenants and condo owners crave extra space for their stuff. Most developers are happy to oblige....

A rendering of the olive groves at Miralon

The olive groves. Rendering courtesy Freehold Communities

August 15, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The community will cover 300 acres in Palm Springs, Calif.

Coworking space

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August 14, 2017 | David Barista, Editorial Director

From a practicality standpoint, co-living makes complete sense for young, single, and highly mobi...

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Renderings courtesy Related Companies 

August 09, 2017 | Related Companies 

The 33-story tower will be positioned on the High Line with views of the Hudson River and downtow...

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August 09, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor

Bike storage facilities and “bicycle kitchens” are among the most popular mobility amenities in m...

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The northeastern corner of the Bolsa Row site, designed by KTGY

The northeastern corner of the site and is planned to include a hotel with up to 150 rooms, deck pool, event space, pedestrian banquet bridge connections, and views of the Disneyland fireworks. Active frontages engage the Festival Street and orient activity toward the interior of site, minimizing potential impacts to existing residential neighbors. Rendering courtesy KTGY Architecture + Planning

August 09, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The development will include apartments, ground-floor retail, and a five-story hotel.

An aerial view of the new Copenhagen IKEA masterplan

Rendering courtesy of Dorte Mandrup Architects

August 08, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The mixed-use development links a new IKEA store, a hotel, and housing with green space.

A rendering of the completed 111 West 57th Tower by SHoP Architects

Rendering courtesy of SHoP

August 01, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The planned 82-story tower has stalled after completing just 20 stories.

The kitchen and a hallway leading to rooms at Common Damen

Courtesy of Common

July 31, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The new building offers 12 bedrooms across four floors of living space.

The apartment market continues to remain strong despite slightly softer business conditions as of late.

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July 27, 2017 | National Multifamily Housing Council

Despite some softness at the high end of the apartment market, demand for apartments will continu...

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Spaces for games and game simulators top the list of recreation-related amenities in multifamily developments.

Spaces for games and game simulators top the list of recreation-related amenities in multifamily developments. Photo: Pixabay

July 27, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor

The number of developments providing space for physical therapy was somewhat surprising, accordin...

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A shared kitchen living area in Common Cornelia in Queens, N.Y.

Courtesy of Common.

July 25, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

Common adds a new coliving home in Brooklyn and its first offering in Queens with Common Lincoln...

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A rendering of the pool and deck space at Elan Menlo Park, designed by KTGY

Photo: Daniel Gaines Photography

July 19, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The 146-unit apartment community was designed as a series of six interactively connected garden-s...

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Typical apartment complex in U.S. West Coast city.

PCBC attendees in San Diego got an earful from experts about the strength of the apartment and condo market.

July 14, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor

A slight majority of states (26, plus the District of Columbia) saw rental increases over the first six months of 2017, with the largest average percent changes coming in South Carolina (7.3%), Maine (7.3%), Vermont (7.2%), and Rhode Island (7.0%). Source: Abodo 

July 12, 2017 | Abodo

The most notable rental increases are in growing markets in the South and Southwest: New Orleans,...

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The Maxwell in Arlington, Va. Photo: Sam Kittner

July 12, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor

Zen meditation gardens, bocce courts, saltwater pools, and free drinks highlight the niceties at...

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Rendering courtesy Visualarch

July 07, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The mixed-use tower will rise 185 meters and be located in Melbourne's Central Business District....

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June 28, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

Based on a survey from the National Apartment Association, the most popular amenities are the one...

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Photo: Natalie Oxford, WIkimedia Commons

June 22, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor

These blocks will undergo further testing to determine if they are safe.

What amenities are you specifying in your apartment/condo projects? Take the survey (3-4 minutes).

June 22, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor, BD+C and Multifamily Design + Construction

The Baltic, an apartment building in the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn, N.Y., is Common's first hybrid, featuring both coliving and individual rentals. Image: Common

June 20, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

One provider, Common, emphasizes community in its buildings. 

535 Carlton, an 18-story, 298-unit building in the Pacific Park section of Brooklyn, N.Y., will be that neighborhood's first 100% affordable housing building. Greenland Forest City Partners is the developer. The latest report from Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies states that affordable for-sale and rental housing remains in short supply in many U.S. markets. Image: Office of the Mayor/Max Touhy

June 16, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

The Joint Center for Housing Studies’ latest report expects minorities and millennials to account...

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