Apartment leasing appears to be on the rebound.  The indicator showed signs of improvement in the third quarter, according to a new report from RealPage, and other recent data also showed healthy activity in the space, possibly pointing up the beginnings of recovery for the second half of 2020. Greg […]

“He loves Paris and he really loves to cook” is how designer Crystal Sinclair describes one well-traveled client of hers who recently tapped her to design his one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan’s Morningside Heights. But don’t expect any bistro signage or on-the-nose French memorabilia here: “He wanted to keep it from […]

“It’s been like this my whole life-I walk into a place and immediately know that my destiny is to live there.” So it was the first time that Celerie Kemble set foot in the New York apartment she now calls home. The designer had spent the previous few years splitting […]

Residents of Hendersonville’s Oklawaha Village have expressed concerns about the apartment units going up near their single-family homes. Phyllis Bailey brought a petition with approximately 20 homeowner signatures to the Hendersonville City Council last week regarding the 78 multi-unit apartments. The single family homes as well as the apartments are […]

Renovating an apartment could be a win-win. Tenants get a better unit and landlords can increase the value of their properties. However, there are specific rules governing how upgrades should be made. Such rues are meant to minimize the impact on tenants, while giving landlords the flexibility to make improvements. […]