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  • Toll Brothers, Ares Break Ground on Upscale Student Housing Community

    Toll Brothers Campus Living, a subsidiary of Toll Brothers, Inc., together with its joint venture partner, Ares Management, L.P., broke ground last week on a new, upscale student housing community in College Park. Called Terrapin Row, it will serve the students of the University of Maryland.

    Washington Dc 19 February 2015 05:10
  • Insight Prepares to Add TODs Valued at $153M to DC Area

    Insight Property Group announced on Monday it recently started work on two major transit-oriented apartment projects in the Washington, DC area. The Arlington, Virginia-based multifamily developer also said it is nearing completion on a third project. The total cost of these three projects is $153 million.

    Washington Dc 12 March 2013 04:02

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