Posts by Mary Cook
With Gen Z entering the housing market, multifamily housing must meet their needs. A case in point is Oleander in Brookhaven, a “hipsturbia” just outside Atlanta. (Image: Mary… Read More
Millennials want it all, and are willing to spurge on housing. Outdoor features, especially those that are versatile and experiential, are high on their list of wants. (Image: … Read More
California has the nation’s strictest codes and restrictions. They require full disclosure on every material used in a residence, such as this San Ramon model home interior. (Image:… Read More
The housing market may be cool for now, but there’s a huge wave of potential buyers on the horizon that are about to heat things up: aging millennials. In the… Read More
Builders and developers have spent much of the year looking over their shoulders, expecting a recession to strike at any time. Housing growth can’t keep its momentum going forever, but… Read More
Developers and managers should not take the advantages of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 for granted, says designer Mary Cook.
Mary gives her thoughts on which apartment amenity spaces should stay, and which should go.
It is time for residential builders and developers to take heed of economic conditions and recession-proof their projects with design that yields measurable results.
Using virtual reality can supplement other model home merchandising tactics for a comprehensive approach.
There are four critical questions developers should consider when selecting paint, floor and wall coverings in rental housing amenity spaces.