At this point in the building supply chain miseries, if it’s any month, this must be a time for rising... View Article
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A recent paper from NAIOP predicts lower absorption over the next two years, but it’s unclear if industrial developers are... View Article
Portland’s inclusionary housing rules exempt buildings with fewer than 20 units. For larger buildings, developers must provide a proportional amount of apartments at rents affordable to people who earn less than either 60 percent or 80 percent of the Portland area’s median income, or pay a fee in lieu.
Viewpoint: Why Opportunity Zones are not a tax giveaway to wealthy developers – Portland Business Journal
You have recently seen many articles or may have taken classes on Qualified Opportunity Zones. There is much discussion about whether the program will truly spur economic development or whether it is simply more tax breaks for wealthy developers. Much of the information we have read is confusing and sometimes inaccurate.
As Los Angeles—and, really, greater Southern California—moves toward density, developers have been challenged to find affordable ways to house the... View Article
If developers build too much parking, the empty spaces may be difficult to repurpose for any other use. Multifamily developers are... View Article