Early days at Isle of Palms. J.C. Long is at left in photo. Except as noted, all images courtesy
The Beach Company
Spanning four generations, The Beach Company continues to expand its development footprint across...read more
Abundant daylighting, triple-pane windows, and sound attenuation measures are among the wellness-focused features at the 21W20 luxury condo development in New York City’s Flatiron District. Courtesy Gale International.
As the competition for renters and buyers heats up, multifamily developers look to health and wel...read more
The 2,315-sf, third-floor penthouse at the Sanctuary. “The space is art itself,” says the new owner, a real estate lawyer/developer. “I’m still discovering new angles and vantage points from which to enjoy my home. Living in a 120-year-old church on Capitol Hill is a truly unique experience.” PHOTOS: © ERIC TAYLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Once there were 857 churches in the District of Columbia. Now there are 856. One of them became a...read more
The residential communities were designed by KWK Architects and combine living and learning ameni...read more
Rendering courtesy of The Beach Company
Summer Wind will be about half an hour outside of Charleston, S.C., in the rapidly expanding Summ...read more
Interconnected systems (such as the Schlage Control lock shown here) are being used in multifamily complexes, student housing, and senior-living communities. Photo courtesy Schlage
Four certified security professionals offer important advice.
The Dero Decker two-tiered bike parking system.
Bamboo wall panels, an adaptable prep sink, and a two-tiered bike parking system are among the pr...read more
Action at last November’s USA Pickleball Association Nationals in Casa Grande, Ariz., which attracted 774 players from 36 states for 2,088 matches in a weeklong tournament. Photo courtesy USAPA/Tom Gottfried
Two-and-a-half million Americans are playing the game with the funny name.
Photo: Adrian Tiemens
The new development will feature 166 units and 9,000 sf of ground-floor retail.
Photo: Courtesy NanaWall
NanaWall panels add a unique dimension to condos at 60 Orchard Street in New York City.
Two resort-style pool decks with a spa and wading pool highlight the amenities at the luxury apartment community The Tomscot, Scottsdale, Ariz. The units in the main level are designated as live-work space for residents. The Weitz Co.
Since the current multifamily boom took off in 2010, most activity has focused on large urban are...read more
Loft Five50 will add 137 housing units to Lawrence, Mass.
Photo courtesy of Barton Mallow
Lendlease, Suffolk Construction, and Clark Group top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s larg...read more
The Jacksonville Jaguars' Daily's Place. Designed by Populous with Walter P Moore as the structural engineer.
WSP, AECOM, and Thronton Tomasetti top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest multifamil...read more
As of Sept. 14, 166 properties reported damage to 8,956 units, about 1.4% of the total supply of...read more
The Village Green at Terrapin Row designed by WDG Architecture.
Humphreys & Partners Architects, KTGY, and Perkins Eastman top BD+C’s ranking of the...read more
Complimentary, building-wide WiFi is more or less a given for marketing purposes in the multifami...read more
Photo courtesy Motivado Group.
The Ruckus Lofts provide 46 furnished units and 165 beds for UT students.
Photo: Ray Cavicchio
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
The new dining hall is part of the school’s ongoing efforts to maintain its standing among the co...read more
Apartment tenants crave lounge spaces (both indoor and outdoor) and other areas where they can socialize and relax. Photo: Pixabay
Tenants and condo owners crave extra space for their stuff. Most developers are happy to oblige....
The olive groves. Rendering courtesy Freehold Communities
The community will cover 300 acres in Palm Springs, Calif.
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From a practicality standpoint, co-living makes complete sense for young, single, and highly mobi...read more
Renderings courtesy Related Companies
The 33-story tower will be positioned on the High Line with views of the Hudson River and downtow...read more
Bike storage facilities and “bicycle kitchens” are among the most popular mobility amenities in m...read more
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
The development will include apartments, ground-floor retail, and a five-story hotel.
Rendering courtesy of Dorte Mandrup Architects
The mixed-use development links a new IKEA store, a hotel, and housing with green space.
Rendering courtesy of SHoP
The planned 82-story tower has stalled after completing just 20 stories.
Courtesy of Common
The new building offers 12 bedrooms across four floors of living space.
Despite some softness at the high end of the apartment market, demand for apartments will continu...read more