1. Low Supply Continues to Define DC Area Condo Market

  2. 300-unit apartment building near HQ2 sells for $117 million

  3. Rising Construction Costs Depressing Land Values, Slowing D.C.'s Development Wave

  4. Where's the strongest apartment rent growth in Philadelphia? Not Center City

  5. DC-area office rents increase, but so do vacancies

  6. Twice is nice: Alterra buys back Center City apartment building it once owned

  7. D.C. Apartment Rents Rise 2.5% Despite Slowing Absorption

  8. Arlington and Alexandria Don’t Have Enough New Condos for HQ2

  9. The Calm Before the Amazon-Fueled Storm? Apartment Absorption Down in Northern Virginia

  10. Amazon Will Boost Condo Construction and One-Bedrooms Remain King: The New Condo Market in 2019

  11. In the apartment amenity arms race, service and technology win out

  12. How Luxury Apartment Developers Are Planning for HQ2

  13. JBG Smith’s Matt Kelly opens up about his pursuit of Amazon’s HQ2

  14. Washington, D.C., is the Place to be: Amazon Decision Impacts Housing and Suburban Office Market Demands

  15. Newly constructed apartments leasing up in Philadelphia

  16. Marriott Campus Sale Seen By Brokers As Boost For Rock Spring Area

  17. Renters keep snapping up new DC-area apartment developments

  18. Jair Lynch to debut former Howard University dorm as luxury apartments

  19. 6,500 Class A Apartments Will Deliver in DC This Year While Amazon Bolsters NoVa Market

  20. D.C. Apartment Rents Rose 4% In 2018 After Falling In 2017

  21. Another trophy office building is coming to Bethesda. Take a look at this $300M tower.

  22. Masha Sharma CoFounder of RealAtom interviewing William Rich from Delta Associates

  23. Monty Hoffman, Bob Kettler Say Multifamily Is The Place To Be During A Recession

  24. Living in Shaw—as a Senior Citizen

  25. Crystal City's elevated HQ2 chances boosting outlook for others

  26. Southwest D.C. Developers See More Demand For Apartments, Hotels Than Ever Before

  27. One DC Market Accounted for Nearly Two-Thirds of New Condos Sales Last Quarter

  28. Apartment Rents On D.C.'s Waterfront Rise 6% Even As Area Leads City In New Supply

  29. Washington, D.C., Overtakes Northern Virginia As Market Leader In Class A Apartment Absorption

  30. DC is Carrying the Class A Apartment Market in the Region

  31. Here is How Many More Apartments The DC Area Will Need if the Region Lands Amazon

  32. Why this office-heavy developer is building hundreds of apartments, condos in Rosslyn

  33. D.C.'s Multifamily Absorption Rate Is Starting To Slow, But Construction Isn't

  34. DC Renters Are Carrying the Region’s Class A Apartment Market

  35. Apartment vacancy rate in Baltimore jumps to 3.9 percent, rents drop

  36. The DC Area Condo Market Holds Steady

  37. Class A Apartment Market Washington Metro Area: Second Quarter 2018

  38. Class A Apartment Market Philadelphia Metro Area: Second Quarter 2018

  39. Class A Apartment Market Baltimore Metro Area: Second Quarter 2018

  40. The $138 a Month Amazon Bump in the DC Area

  41. A Resurgence of New Condo Sales in Parts of the DC Area

  42. Condominium Market Washington Metro Area: First Quarter 2018

  43. Class A Apartment Market Washington Metro Area: First Quarter 2018

  44. D.C. Apartment Rents Rebound As City Experiences Record Absorption

  45. DC Renters Continue to Lease Apartments as They Deliver, But How Long Will it Last?

  46. Elevated Pricing, Shaky Fundamentals Have Some Investors Shying Away From D.C.

  47. Transwestern Debuts Annual TrendLines Report

  48. The 'Revenge Of Homeownership' And 5 Other D.C. Real Estate Trends To Watch

  49. Apartment market ends the year toned down

  50. If D.C. area wins HQ2, here's what it might do to local rental rates

  51. Baltimore multifamily developers bank on amenities in crowded market

  52. City apartment market strongest within Baltimore metro area

  53. 7 D.C.-Area Condo Projects Expected To Begin Sales In 2018

  54. Barre3 Fitness Studio Inks Deal For New Location Near Ballpark

  55. D.C. Apartment Rents Fell 3.9% In 2017 As Rare Drop Continued In Q4

  56. Post Brothers completes $100M renovation of Presidential City, moves on to 260 S. Broad

  57. The 10 Biggest D.C. Real Estate Stories Of 2017

  58. PODCAST: Breaking News – Tysons becomes its own submarket in Delta Associates research

  59. Proving the point: More housing equals lower rents

  60. Developers want to build more apartments in Philadelphia

  61. KTGY-Designed Anthem House Wins Best Baltimore Mid-Rise Apartment Community Award from Delta Associates

  62. Baltimore condo market’s lackluster performance expected to continue

  63. Rents are finally falling in D.C. as new apartment projects boost housing options

  64. JBG Smith Announces Delta Associates Awards For Central Place And Wardman Tower Developments

  65. Bainbridge Jefferson Place Receives Best Lease-Up Pace Award from Delta Associates

  66. Delta Associates Honors D.C.'s Best New Multifamily Developments

  67. KTGY-Designed AVA NoMa Receives Best Washington/Baltimore High-Rise Apartment Community Award from Delta Associates

  68. F1RST recognized by Washington Post and Delta Associates Awards for Excellence

  69. Delta: New Class A Apartments Absorbed ASAP

  70. New Condo Prices in DC Level Off as Supply Increases

  71. D.C. Apartment Rents Continue To Decline, But Not Where Experts Predicted

  72. Although Absorption Is High, Class A Apartment Rents Decline in DC



  75. What Would an Amazon Headquarters Mean For DC Area Housing Market?

  76. Inside JBG Smith's Newest Project, With $10K+ Rents In D.C.'s Nightlife Epicenter

  77. Why the building boom in Tysons differs from the rest of the region

  78. Hard times brewing for some as region's office building boom outpaces demand

  79. Apartment developers try to create hotel experience for tenants

  80. Baltimore high-end apartment market shows Q2 weakness

  81. District Experiences Rare Drop In Apartment Rents Amid Supply Boom

  82. New Condo Sales Slow in Region as DC Prices Rise

  83. The 11 Largest Condo Projects Coming To The D.C. Area

  84. Absorption Rises, But Class A DC Rents Still Expected to Decline

  85. Erin Gannon

  86. Shauntá Bruner

  87. D.C. Condos Are Selling At Prices Not Seen In A Decade

  88. A Decline in Class A Apartment Rents on the Horizon?

  89. Sales Increase as Prices Plateau in the DC Area New Condo Market

  90. WC Smith Secures $183M Refinancing For NoMa, Capitol Riverfront Apartments

  91. Baltimore metro-area apartment market slows in Q1

  92. DC Apartment Owners Prepare For Biggest Quarter Of New Supply On Record

  93. Manassas Apartments Hit The Market, Could Sell For Over $100M

  94. Is DC's Co-Working Sector Slowing Down?

  95. Bozzuto launches fund to fuel D.C. and Baltimore housing projects

  96. As Ridership Drop Continues, Metro GM Says He's Running Out Of Ways To Cut Budget

  97. The 9 Biggest GSA Leases Expiring In The Next 2 Years

  98. William Rich Named President of Delta Associates

  99. William Rich Named President Of Delta Associates, Transwestern’s Research Affiliate

  100. Will Rich Takes Over As President Of Delta Associates

  101. As Monty Hoffman, Mayor Bowser Receive Honors, The Wharf And The Metro Are Hot Topics

  102. Will Rich named head of Delta Associates amid reorg, layoffs

  103. Study Emphasizes Town's Needs, Potential For Growth

  104. Class A Apartment Absorption Dropped Off in the DC Area in the Final Quarter of 2016

  105. Federal Capital Partners Joins Level 2, Clark's Union Market Project, Plans To Break Ground Soon

  106. New Condo Sales in DC Hit Highest Level Since 2007

  107. Level 2 Adds Partner For Union Market Project, Plans To Break Ground Within A Month

  108. Philadelphia Market Rate & Affordable Housing: Lack of Supply, Too Expensive to Build

  109. Metro-Wide Apartment Absorption Falls To Lowest Level Since 2014, Experts Predict Drop Will Continue

  110. As DC's Largest Co-Working Space Opens, The Sector Is Poised To Continue Its Rapid Growth

  111. A Closer Look at DC's Record Number of Multifamily Deliveries Expected Next Year

  112. Alexandria's Skyline is in for Some Big Changes

  113. Why the latest attempt to revamp Market East could actually work

  114. How the Wharf Will Turn DC Into a Waterfront City

  115. 'River Walk' Project on Schuylkill revived, with tweaks, by PMC

  116. Statehood Could Benefit DC's Economic Development

  117. Rent growth 'tepid' in Center City apartment market

  118. Delta Hands Out Multifamily Awards, With Top Apartment Honor Going to Forest City's Arris

  119. Here are Four Potential Sites for Marriott's New Downtown Bethesda HQ

  120. Vornado has empty units at its huge Pentagon City tower. Here's what it might do with them.

  121. The 5 Biggest Takeaways from DC's Q3 Office and Multifamily Markets

  122. Class A Apartment Absorption in DC Area Remains High, But For How Long?

  123. New condo sales slump continues in Baltimore area

  124. Baltimore metro office market posts solid gains

  125. One family, two Chinese restaurants and a city’s astonishing transformation

  126. A first sign of cooling in Philly's heated apartment-building market

  127. These Are the Most Expensive Places to Rent in Washington

  128. Catonsville Plaza shopping center gets a new owner

  129. Why Washington’s biggest real estate deal just collapsed

  130. DC apartment rents are surging, but maybe not for long

  131. Federal realty is not getting the apartment rates it had projected for Pike & Rose

  132. Economic trends in Philly area mean solid apartment market, reports say

  133. Long & Foster Makes Acquisition As DC Condo Market Heats Up

  134. DC Area Class A Rents Rise at Fastest Pace Since 2010

  135. Philly-area apartment market showing mixed signals

  136. Rental prices rise again in D.C. area

  137. Parkway Corp., shifting strategy, looks to sell lot at 20th and Arch

  138. Office, residential tower to rise at Marketplace Design Center site

  139. Sales pace surprises at Four Seasons condos

  140. Buying a condo sight unseen becomes more common in Washington area

  141. TRENDLINES: Housing Supply Still Hasn’t Caught Up With Demand

  142. Is DC Trending?

  143. Howard University signs deal to turn Meridian Hill dorm into luxury rentals

  144. Brickstone Cos. plans still more apartments for Market East

  145. DC's Smaller Retail Assets Continue Their Quiet Investment Sales Bonanza

  146. DC Area Renters Continue to Lease Apartments As They Deliver

  147. Philadelphia apartment market saw rents rise and vacancy drop last year

  148. Multifamily Market Booming in Baltimore

  149. Report: Philadelphia's apartment market 'volatile'

  150. News not all bad for renters in the D.C. area

  151. D.C. renters can come out winners if their building is up for sale

  152. Last Week at Delta's 19th Annual Awards Show

  153. Is the Office Market Finally Ready for Recovery?

  154. Record-Setting Pace Continues for DC-Area Apartments

  155. DC Area Apartments Keep Up Record-Setting Absorption Pace as Vacancy Drops

  156. Recovery is Taking Hold in Most Metros

  157. DC's Condo Comeback

  158. Millennials have transformed Arlington, but will they stay?

  159. Rental Trends Prove Bigger Isn’t Necessarily Better

  160. Prince George’s celebrates better economic numbers, but county still lags

  161. Apartment market, rental prices, boom in Harford

  162. 2Q report: Lower vacancy rate, rising rents for region's highest-end apartments

  163. Report: It’s Difficult To Find A Nice Apartment In Philly

  164. Class B Rents Up in DC and Northern Virginia

  165. Retail sector spurs D.C.-area job growth in Q2

  166. Why Demand Will Keep Up With Construction in DC’s Apartment Market

  167. The old suburban office park is the new American ghost town

  168. DC-area Development? It's Complicated

  169. Uneven market doesn’t scare Four Seasons condo developer

  170. Class A Rents Rise in Capitol Hill, Columbia Heights, Fall in Arlington

  171. Delta Associates Hires Senior VP

  172. Real Estate Insider: Apartments delaying first-time homebuyers

  173. Record setting absorption continues in DC's Class A Apartment Market

  174. Union Wharf apartments sell for $121.5 million

  175. Washington's most prophetic economy watchers

  176. This developer wants to offer the most discounted downtown apartment rents

  177. 15 things you need to know this morning (David Weisel)

  178. For high end apartments in Washington area, sign of a renters market

  179. As apartments boom in city, a new market reality emerges

  180. Washington’s Boom Goes Bust

  181. 300 E. Lombard Street sells for $38.3M

  182. Moving to where the price is right

  183. David Weisel Named CEO Of Delta Associates

  184. CEO Greg Leisch stepping down after 35 years of real estate analysis

  185. Gannett exploring sale of Tysons headquarters

  186. Office-to-Residential Conversions Pick Up in DC Area

  187. Preserve at Owings Crossing sells for $77.2 million

  188. Class B Rents Rise in 2014, Especially in the District

  189. Average Rents Decreasing In Bethesda, But Still High

  190. Rent and vacancy concerns in Maryland submarkets

  191. DC Area Condo Deliveries to Quadruple in 2015, Report Says

  192. Philadelphia apartment market saw rents rise and vacancy drop last year

  193. Despite Predictions, DC’s Class A Apartment Market Still Going Strong

  194. The state of Washington commercial real estate, in charts

  195. Rising Consumer Confidence Expected To Continue Driving Economy, Retail And Industrial Real Estate

  196. Top 10 Houston neighborhoods with the most office construction

  197. Sherwood's Notebook: How Good Is It Here?

  198. Bisnow: And Now for the Multifamily Deluge

  199. Millennials help build Houston's "cool factor"

  200. Chasing Yield: The 2015 Dealmaking Outlook

  201. Mill Creek seeking buyers for Trilogy in test of NoMa's apartment market

  202. Houston's Boom Begins to Fizzle

  203. Transwestern And Delta Associates Host 14th Annual Economic TrendLines® Event In Houston

  204. See where Houston is adding the most jobs

  205. Report: Houston's office market a national leader

  206. Where to build your next office, warehouse, apartment or mall in Houston

  207. Transwestern forecasts strong Houston commercial real estate market in 2015

  208. EYA Holds Completion Ceremony at Old Town Commons

  209. 2014 Q3 DC Apartment Market Highlights by Delta Associates

  210. Elevation at Washington Gateway Debuts to Crowded Market

  211. Paragon at Columbia Overlook Receives "Highest Lease Up Pace" Award from Delta Associates

  212. Finding affordable rent in D.C. is hard, but there are signs of hope

  213. Delta Associates Awards for Excellence Recognize KTGY Multifamily Communities

  214. Delta Associates Recognize KTGY

  215. Paragon at Columbia Overlook Receives ‘Highest Lease Up Pace’ Award from Delta Associates

  216. Delta Associates Executive Says Economic Expansion Stimulating Real Estate Deals

  217. Report: Pricey Class A Market Creating Demand for Class B Apartments

  218. Despite a Crush of Class A Units, Rents Rise in the District

  219. Multifamily Sigh of Relief?

  220. Baltimore-area apartment absorption at record rate

  221. New Condo Prices Rise 11.9 Percent in DC Area

  222. Annapolis apartment rents increase sharply

  223. Commercial Real Estate Sales On Pace To Nearly Match Last Year Amid Rebounding Employment

  224. What You Don’t Know About Greg Leisch

  225. Huge opportunity in Huntington: Condo association eyes redevelopment adjacent to Metro

  226. It's a Renter's Market in Washington

  227. Luxury-Apartment Boom Favors D.C.’s Millennial Renters

  228. A stark indicator for how tough times are for D.C. landlords, and good for tenants

  229. High-end apartments are crowding out the affordable in D.C.

  230. In Falls Church, Eden Center tenants sue landlord, say mall crumbling around them

  231. Why it’s so hard to find a cheap apartment in Washington, D.C.

  232. Apartment Shortage in D.C.? Depends How Much You Make.

  233. Kitchen sink: D.C.'s economic trends for commercial, residential real estate, wages and jobs

  234. Transwestern’s Mid-Atlantic Multifamily Group Closes $185M in Sales

  235. Fairfax Rising

  236. How Renting an Apartment is Like Buying a Plane Ticket

  237. DC Millennials Opt for Micro-Sized Living Space

  238. Micro-units help D.C. renters live to the max

  239. Apartments in DC getting smaller; renters choose apartments as small as 350 sf

  240. DC renters go small

  241. D.C. developers controlling rent with 'micro units' in popular neighborhoods

  242. Loudoun County to get first Whole Foods, but office market withers

  243. Continental Realty buys $58.25M in White Marsh apartments

  244. Business Notes: Apartment Rents Fall in Bethesda

  245. Rents Rise in NoMa and H Street, Fall in Bethesda

  246. Will 2014 be ‘a lost year’ for the greater Washington economy?

  247. Signs of cooling in the apartment market?

  248. New Condo Sales Shoot Up in DC As Inventory Rises

  249. Despite Being a 20-Something Magnet, D.C.'s Cost of Living Is Pricing Many Young People Out

  250. Millennials consider leaving Washington as the city becomes more costly

  251. Game On!

  252. No QE? No Problem.

  253. How is the Economy and Job Growth Impacting CRE?

  254. Multifamily Construction Boom Is Impacting Tax Assessments

  255. Virginia Square apartments set for conversion back to condos

  256. Multifamily Boom May Skew Property Tax Assessment Systems

  257. On Stronger Growth, The Jury’s Still Out

  258. Steady Job Growth and Federal Reserve's Tapering of Quantitative Easing Expected to Reduce Uncertainty

  259. Multifamily Just Won't Quit

  260. Navy Yard/Capitol Riverfront: After a Rain Delay, the Stadium’s Boomtown Starts to Deliver

  261. Delta Associates | People on the Move

  262. Another litmus test for D.C.'s reawakening condo market

  263. Plan For Baltimore Four Seasons Condos Takes Tentative Step Forward

  264. Plan for Four Seasons condos takes tentative step forward

  265. Vacancies and Rents Both Rise Among DC Area’s Class B Apartments

  266. Rents Rise in NoMa and H Street, Fall on Capitol Hill

  267. DC Area Has Too Many Apartments, Too Few Condos, Report Says

  268. Baltimore office market doldrums remain

  269. Our Cities Can’t Afford So Many Rooftop Spas

  270. Federal employment in D.C. drops below 200,000

  271. Inside the breakneck race to lease Washington apartments

  272. Delta Associates launches new real estate database after cutting ties with CoStar Group

  273. D.C. property owners facing sticker shock over new assessment method

  274. New York firm plans 300 apartments in Linthicum

  275. Experts Predict How Interest Rate Hikes, Improving Economic Conditions Will Impact Real Estate

  276. High-rise living in Tysons has arrived

  277. TrendLines Yields 6 CRE Megatrends in 2014

  278. 7 ways D.C.-area developers can withstand the looming competitive threats in the market

  279. Wanna be the next Steve Fuller? The deadline is today

  280. To buy or to rent: The decision requires care and planning

  281. Break Out the Champagne, Because Rentals Gone Wild Just Got You a Date With the Perfect Apartment

  282. Debate over Anacostia houses focuses on preservation, commercial development

  283. Trendlines' Step By Step Formula for Success

  284. Last Night at Trendlines

  285. Transwestern and Delta Associates Name TrendSetters of the Year at TrendLines®

  286. Trendlines: Today’s DC Requires Smarts

  287. Delta Associates CEO Greg Leisch to landlords: 'Adapt or die'

  288. 6 Commercial Real Estate MegaTrends Identified At 17th Annual Washington, D.C. TrendLines®

  289. Delta Associates forecasts rising pressure for D.C. area landlords

  290. Report: D.C.-area condo prices to keep rising for next three years

  291. Rent prices rise in D.C., taper off in Md. and Va.

  292. New Condo Supply in DC Area On The Rise

  293. Houston real estate more attractive to global investors

  294. Forecasts for the D.C. area economy in 2014: Better, but not great

  295. Holiday Spirit!

  296. Transwestern and Delta Associates Host Inaugural New York City TrendLines® Event

  297. Strong Economy Tops List of NYC Megatrends

  298. Job Growth in Certain Sectors Forecasts Future Office Demand, Potential Investment Opportunities

  299. This Morning in Bethesda

  300. Messy Mathematics