More than 200 results for “Affordable Housing”
Multifamily V Michigan

Grand Rapids apartment complex adds 308 solar panels

St. James Apartments and Townhomes, an affordable supportive housing development in Grand Rapids, Michigan, completed the installation of 308 solar panels capable of generating 125,000 kilowatt hours per year, Genesis Non-Profit Housing Corporation and Colliers International|West Michigan announced.

Multifamily N Illinois

Fulton Market loft apartments sell for $40 million

Cushman & Wakefield’s Midwest multifamily advisory group has brokered the $40,150,000 sale of 13thirteen Randolph Street Lofts, a 74-unit mixed-use property at the southwest corner of Randolph and Elizabeth streets in the West Loop’s Fulton Market District. The per-unit price is one of the highest paid so far this year in Fulton Market, acc…

Seniors Housing Midwest

KTGY unveils collaborative assisted senior living concept

The R+D Studio at KTGY Architecture + Planning has expanded the concept of shared living to include the assisted living community with its new Co-Care concept. Co-Care connects the social benefits of co-living with the opportunities to promote affordability by design through shared spaces and a cooperative lifestyle.

CRE v Wisconsin

Berkadia adds new talent to Milwaukee team

Berkadia has added director Joe Thomae to its Milwaukee mortgage banking team. With a diverse background in LIHTC, workforce and special needs housing, Thomae will expand the team’s expertise in the affordable housing space. He will report to senior managing director Mark Dellonte.

Finance Midwest

Financing the new kids on the block: Co-living, cannabis and workforce housing

| Matthew Wurtzebach

As 2019 draws to a close, investor interest is growing in several emerging assets, including co-living, workforce housing and cannabis tenants. Matt Wurtzebach, senior vice president in the Commercial Finance Group at national real estate services firm Draper and Kramer, Incorporated, shared his thoughts with Midwest Real Estate News about …

Multifamily N Illinois

HOW hosts discussion on engaging affordable housing

On October 17th, Housing Opportunities for Women (HOW) hosted Building Opportunities, a panel discussion with four experts, representing diverse and intersecting fields, in conversation about what works and what is next in affordable housing development. The luncheon, held at the Ivy Room at Tree Studios, also coincided with the completion …

Finance N Illinois

Merchants Capital hires Matt Winter as chief architect

Mortgage banking firm Merchants Capital has hired Matt Winter, AIA, NCARB as chief architect at the company’s Chicago office. The move brings the position in-house, setting Merchants up to process new lending opportunities more efficiently while maintaining, and even improving on, the internal monitoring requirements set forth primarily by …