More than 200 results for “Affordable Housing”
Multifamily Midwest

Are high rents chasing younger adults from the city?

| Dan Rafter

What’s the biggest weakness of the multifamily market in the United States today? Brokers across the Midwest frequently point to the lack of affordable apartment units in their cities. The new apartment buildings rising throughout the region, they say, boast a slew of amenities and great locations in the heart of urban areas. But they also …

Multifamily Midwest

Enterprise Community Development names president

Brian McLaughlin has been named president and chief executive officer of Enterprise Community Development (ECD), a new organization that brings together two developers and managers of affordable, well-designed homes: Community Preservation Development Corporation (CPDC) and Enterprise Homes, Inc.

CRE N Illinois

Q&A: Dan McCaffery

| Matt Baker

Dan McCaffery has had a celebrated career in real estate spanning thirty years. He currently serves as CEO of McCaffery Interests, the firm he founded in 1990 that is behind a number of projects in Chicago and around the country.

Multifamily X Missouri

Lee's Summit Housing Authority names executive director

The Lee’s Summit Housing Authority in the City of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, has named Erik Berg as its new executive director. Berg brings a wide range of experience in public and affordable housing, urban planning and real estate development into his new role with LSHA, which began officially on May 20.

CRE N Illinois

Related Midwest names parent company's Frank Monterisi as COO

Chicago-based Related Midwest has announced that Frank Monterisi will join its senior executive leadership team as chief operating officer, a newly created role in the firm. Monterisi comes to Related Midwest after 12 years working at the firm’s New York City-based parent, Related Companies, most recently as its senior vice president of dev…

Multifamily N Illinois

CRE experts sound off on rent control in Illinois

| Matt Baker

For more than 20 years, a law on the books in Illinois has prevented any municipality from enacting rent control measures. But with the elections of J.B. Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot, as well as several self-professed socialist Chicago aldermen, the political will may be shifting toward this affordable housing tool.