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Posts filed under: Affordable Housing

Multi-Housing News June 1, 2015 Trammell Crow Residential (TCR) and Thompson | Dorfman Partners LLC (TDP) have forged a joint venture with an initial capital commitment to fund $500 million for Bay Area multifamily housing development. The venture will seek...
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Publication:  San Francisco Business Times Date:  July 7, 2014 Nine development teams have applied to develop at least 800 apartments or condominiums and mixed-use space at Alameda Point, the former Navy base on San Francisco Bay. Officials have already begun...
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Publication: The Registry Date: December 18, 2013 New York City-based Ares Management, formerly known as AREA Property Partners and Mill Valley-based Thompson Dorfman Partners are planning a redevelopment in Foster City called The Waverly Development located at 1159-166 Triton Drive....
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Date: 10.05.2007 Publication: SF Business Times Author: Lizette Wilson Marin County warms – slightly – to affordable housing with political changes, truce between advocates and activists. There is a lot of talk about affordable housing in Marin County this year....
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Publication: Contra Costa Times (California) Author: Theresa Harrington WALNUT CREEK — Although housing is said to be in a slump regionally, multifamily housing projects are going like gangbusters in Walnut Creek. More than 500 condos, apartments and town homes are...
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Publication: BuilderOnline.com Author: Steve Zurier Under the right conditions, home builders will gladly work closely with communities to build affordable housing. “Affordable housing is good for the community, good for the city, and good for us,” says David Weekley, chairman...
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Publication: BuilderOnline.com Author: Steve Zurier A school district’s rental unit proves to be the path to homeownership for a California teacher. Some people have all the luck and Katherine Nissen, 30, a teacher who manages the support program for elementary...
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Publication: Contra Costa Times (California) According to the state controller’s office, the state is holding $5.1 billion in unclaimed property. The most common types of unclaimed properties are bank accounts, contents of safety deposit boxes, stocks, mutual funds, bonds, uncashed...
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Publication: Multi-Housing News Author: Therese Fitzgerald, Contributing Editor Date: February 1, 2006 With strong job growth and population gains and some of the highest home prices in the nation, Southern California’s apartment market is robust. “You have occupancy that exceeds...
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Publication: New Straits Times (Malaysia) Author: Lim Lay Ying Date: Jan 14, 2006 Every year, the Government sets aside a hefty allocation of funds from the nation’s annual Budget for the provision of affordable housing. This year, in addition to...
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