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CoStar: US Multifamily Demand Remains Steady As Historic Levels of New Supply Come Online

CoStar: US Multifamily Demand Remains Steady As Historic Levels of New Supply Come Online

US apartment demand remained strong in the third quarter. The multifamily sector continued its historic run of supply as developers brought new units on the market at a record clip. Overall absorption for apartment units on a national basis remained steady in Q3 at nearly 45,000 units, with renters leasing 172,000 units in the 12-month period ending in September, CoStar reports. The…

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Seattle Developer Has Big Plans for Downtown Tacoma Tower

Seattle Developer Has Big Plans for Downtown Tacoma Tower

Seattle-based Unico Properties has acquired an historic downtown Tacoma office tower to turn it into apartments.  Unico announced its plans for the 18-story Washington Building Tuesday. It was the tallest building in Tacoma when it was completed 90 years ago and the second-tallest building in the Northwest behind Seattle’s Smith Tower, which Unico also owns. UNICO PROPERTIES Unico paid $9.8…

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Five reasons real estate development joint ventures go bad

Five reasons real estate development joint ventures go bad

Having represented real estate developers and investors in partnership disputes for 20 years, I’ve recognized certain patterns of behavior that lead to partnership conflicts. An understanding of these patterns can help you avoid disputes, and costly litigation, in your real estate development deals. Here are five sources of conflict that real estate developers and investors must keep in mind. The…

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