Multifamily Housing Development: Ten Case Studies of Innovative Projects
Multifamily Housing Development: Ten Case Studies of Innovative Projects

Multifamily Housing Development: Ten Case Studies of Innovative Projects

ULI Case Studies

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124 Pages, 8.5 x 11

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Publication Date: November 2016

ISBN 9780874203844

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Overview

Get in inside look at how ten multifamily projects were developed. You will learn about innovative approaches, best practices, and lessons learned. A wide variety of properties are profiled, including small scale low-rise, urban towers, transit oriented, sustainable, mixed-income, and student housing.

Author Biography

Dean Schwanke, MA (Author), Arlington, Virginia (United States of America) - Dean Schwanke is Senior Vice President, Case Studies and Publications at the Urban Land Institute. In this role he oversees the development of ULI case studies, textbooks, and other publications. Prior to this he was Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate, which he planned and launched within ULI in 2009. He continues to support the work of the center, including presenting the findings of the annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate report. Over the past thirty years he has directed the development of over 80 books and reports for ULI, and has personally authored or coauthored numerous books, including the Mixed-Use Development Handbook in 2003 and the Resort Development Handbook in 1997. He has also organized numerous conferences and made over 100 presentations on a variety of topics, including place making, mixed-use development, and real estate capital markets. He holds a BA degree from the University of Wisconsin--Madison and a master of planning degree from the University of Virginia.