Trends 2018: Attainable Housing
2018 will have a continued shortage of attainable housing, leading to new methods of design and construction.
Bicycle kitchens give cyclists their very own amenity space
What is the most recent amenity trend in multifamily housing? Bicycle kitchens! This new element to the bicycle amenity space is an intensive workshop area combined with an added social element.
Chicago-based apartment REIT re-enters Denver with $135M Uptown buy
Equity Residential recently purchased the 12-story Alexan Uptown complex for $134.97 million and renamed it Radius Uptown. This is the first Denver property in their portfolio.
From NIMBY to YIMBY
How do you navigate challenging development approvals? Chris Grady shares how to take the political temperature, interface with local leaders, meet with neighbors, and prepare for public hearings to achieve favorable results.
VR Technology Changing the Way KEPHART Completes Projects
Technology is changing the architecture world and the way we design. At KEPHART, Virtual Reality is taking design to the next level.
The Huron Sells for $100.5M
The Huron was recently sold for $100.5M to Griffis Residential. The community is a 296-unit apartment building in downtown Denver.
KEPHART Project Denizen Achieves Top Honors for Sustainable Design
Denizen was recently recognized as one of the most sustainable multifamily communities in the nation by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
A Closer Look at Multigenerational Living
Multigen living is again on the rise. When multiple generations are living together with separate needs, the design of the home changes.There are six key principles when designing multigen home plans, starting with larger common areas.
A Change in Legislation Boosts Colorado’s Slumping Condo Suppy
Developers are slowly warming up to condo development with the recent House Bill 1279. Whether or not the Bill will help the struggling condo market, developers are trying to find ways to provide product. We share the difference between apartment design and condo design in this article in Bisnow.
What’s In? What’s Out? What’s Important?
When considering homebuyers' preferences, what's in, what's out, and what's important? Four 55+ designers in four different markets answer these three questions for you.