Unyielding supply chain challenges continued to slow single-family construction in August, but multifamily production surged
Oaxaca Interests recently announced its partnership with award-winning architecture firm Lake|Flato to build custom modular homes in Grand Prairie, Texas
Single-family housing starts rebounded in August after falling in July, but a drop in building permits could signal a slowdown in new construction during the fall season
It's no surprise that new-home construction costs surged amid a supply-chain storm and a labor shortage mid-pandemic, but just how pricey are new residential projects?
Converting Empty Office Buildings Into Apartments Could Benefit Thousands, but Why Isn’t It Happening?
City goers all across the U.S. could benefit from adaptive reuse construction, but the burgeoning trend has yet to catch on in most metros
A near record number of homes were started during the pandemic and ultimately delayed by constant supply chain disruptions, but two years later, those projects are finally being completed
Medium-density multifamily housing development ticked slightly higher in the second quarter of 2022 after a year of stagnant growth
The SmithNMTC corporation is revitalizing neighborhoods across the U.S. by using a federal tax credits program to finance affordable housing projects
Fixing the affordability crisis means building more homes, but rising construction costs pose a lingering challenge
The housing market is finally cooling after years of record growth, but according to Doug Bauer, CEO of Tri Pointe Homes, business is still booming
Home builders doubled down on residential construction projects to turn a higher profit throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but as buyer demand wavers, prices are falling in an oversupplied market
Colby Cox hopes to grow his Delaware hometown by building a master planned community that will boost the local economy and create one interconnected neighborhood