Panther Properties, based in Boston, Massachusetts, is an innovative and leading privately owned real estate investment firm founded in 2009. Panther primarily focuses on multifamily projects including, stabilized, value-add, and ground-up development opportunities throughout the Southeastern United States. Panther is a family-oriented and culture-driven company emphasizing the value of its employees first, resulting in a highly focused and passionate family of people with the same goal of providing the highest level of customer service to all aspects of the real estate investment process.

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Posted By: Amanda Green
Woburn, MA - Panther Properties announced that it has acquired Astoria Riverside in Atlanta, Georgia. Panther purchased the 280-unit Class "A" luxury apartment community for $29.5 million. Upon closing, the property was brought under Panther's operational umbrella and re-branded Panther Riverside Parc. The local property management team was upgraded with additional hires and has begun to convert the property to Panther's operational platform. Re-branding efforts and capital improvements include new signage along with minor renovations across the complex. All work was geared toward making the property more attractive to prospective renters and enhance the living experience for existing tenants.
Posted By: Amanda Green
Woburn, MA - Panther Properties announced that it has closed on the sale of Avalon Apartments in Pensacola, Florida. Panther sold the 276 unit Class "A" apartment community for $27.95 million. Panther Properties acquired Avalon Apartments in the summer of 2010 through the purchase of a non-performing loan from Bank of America at a 30% discount to construction cost. At the time of purchase, Avalon Apartments was...

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    Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500
    From niche and event-based strategies to content marketing to deep-dive SEO analyses, the art and science of apartment marketing is evolving rapidly.
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    As a group, the public REITs slightly outperform the national ORA© Score average, but the majority have a lot of room for improvement.
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    In an example of how not to handle negative feedback, one Florida apartment complex is catching heat for its "Social Media Addendum" that attempts to fine renters $10,000 for a bad online review.
  • multihousingnews.com
    Fri, 09 Oct 2015 15:04:38 -0400
    Editorial Director Diana Mosher's takeaways from the NMHC Fall Board Meeting.

    By Diana Mosher, Editorial DirectorDiana-120x150

    The eclectic line up of Republican presidential hopefuls and its colorful front-runner have made the Republican debates must-see TV. The debate, of course, took place in California, but it was exciting all the same to be in Washington, D.C. on the evening it was televised.

    Thanks to the National Multi Housing Council, we were able to watch the debate on the big screen(s) with colleagues during dessert and hear from an excellent line up of speakers and topics before our luncheon on Capitol Hill. When the Fall board meeting kicked off, the Senate had just passed a bill capping the compensation of Fannie and Freddie executives. And the Federal Reserve’s policy-making committee was engaged in a two-day meeting that resulted in keeping interest rates near zero. Many in the apartment sector think the U.S. needs a new tax code, that we have an affordable housing crisis, and that immigration reform is required to alleviate the shortage of construction workers. It’s hard to get much done in Washington these days.

    Certainly no housing reform related to the GSEs should be expected until after the presidential election. But multifamily continues to thrive. As NMHC Senior Vice President, Research and Chief Economist Mark Obrinsky stated during the “Apartment Strategies Update” opening session, the next 12 months will look a lot like the last 12 months in terms of the economy (not politics). Obrinsky’s forecast? “There’s nothing that’s likely to break us out of our current growth rate.” Many young adults ages 18-34 are still living at home, but the number is not increasing anymore, so most will transition to rentals.

    According to Kim Betancourt, director, economics and multifamily market research at Fannie Mae, 70 percent of Millennials are already planning to buy a home some day, while 37 percent of Millennials are likely to rent apartments; however, many would prefer to rent single family homes. “Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers,” Betancourt added. “But there are so many of them it doesn’t matter what they do. There’s plenty of business for all of us.”

    Fri, 09 Oct 2015 14:19:25 -0400
    Anbau, a developer of residential properties in New York City, has broken ground on Citizen360, a condo project at 360 East 89th St.

    AnbauBy Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor

    New York—Anbau, a developer of residential properties in New York City, has broken ground on Citizen360, a condo project at 360 East 89th St. The property will add 84 residences to the Yorkville neighborhood on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, near the official residence of the mayor, Gracie Mansion.

    The SHoP Architects designed 34-story building and Irish designer Clodagh did the interiors and amenity spaces, which include a lobby with green wall, a fitness center and spa with yoga and training studios, and an art studio, music room and multimedia screening room. Services include a 24-hour doorman and indoor, on-site parking for purchase.

    The tower will include one- to four-bedroom units ranging in size from 900 square feet to 4,500 square feet, and in price from $1.3 million to more than $10 million. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is leading the sales effort.

    It’s been a frenetic time lately in Manhattan for the development of condos, with about 5,300 new units slated to come to market in 2015, more than twice as many as last year. Not all of them sell units at multimillion-dollar price points, but this being Manhattan, very many do.

    According to the Q3 2015 Elliman Report, the average sales price for a condo and co-op in the borough in the third quarter was about $1.73 million, down 7.2 percent for the quarter, but still up 3.1 percent for the year. The pace of sales is faster, however, with units on the market an average of 73 days from listing in Q3, compared with 94 days a year earlier, even though inventories are roughly the same (5,600 to 5,700 units on the market).

    Fri, 09 Oct 2015 14:04:15 -0400
    Boston Capital is investing in the groundbreaking of workforce housing.

    By Andie Lowenstein, Associate Editor

    Seattle—Boston Capital is investing in the groundbreaking of workforce housing.

    Jackson Workforce Apartments will offer 68 units to individuals and families in Seattle. The developer is the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) based in Seattle.

    asThe apartment community will be built with tax credit equity from the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Homes will be available to families and individuals earning 60 percent less than the Area Median Income (AMI). Fifteen units will be available to families with incomes at or below 50 percent of the AMI.

    “We are excited to invest in the construction of 68 affordable homes for individuals and families in Seattle, an area with a fast growing population, employment and rent growth,” said Jack Manning, president and CEO of Boston Capital. “With great partners like Sharon Lee and the Low Income Housing Institute, Boston Capital continues to invest in well-located, high-quality affordable homes, bringing much-needed housing for families to the Seattle community.”

    Jackson Workforce Apartments will provide 24 studios and 27 one-bedroom, 16 two-bedroom, and one three-bedroom units in a six-story, elevator-equipped building. The 68 homes will fulfill the state’s Evergreen Sustainable Design Standard, will highlight Energy Star appliances and low-flow water fixtures. Property amenities will include a community room with a computer bar, a kitchen, bike room, common area laundry rooms and a rooftop deck with incredible views, planters, outdoor seating and a barbecue. The apartment community will be situated near schools, grocery stores, restaurants, hospitals and the public library.

    The construction of Jackson Workforce Apartments will create $7.3 million in local salaries and create nearly 77 job opportunities in the Seattle area. Boston Capital’s investment in the development adds 68 affordable homes to its portfolio. To date, Boston Capital invested in nearly 3,855 affordable apartments in Washington.

  • nreionline.com
    Fri, 09 Oct 2015 10:39:00 -0400
    Uniqlo’s strategy of expanding through suburban malls has not worked out as planned, reveals Fortune. Seattle’s government, in the midst of a tech boom, is trying to prevent the problems the boom created in San Francisco, according to the New York Times. Saks will open a new concept, reports Chain Store Age. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.

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    Fri, 09 Oct 2015 03:00:00 -0400
    Drone technology has become a multi-billion-dollar business, as consumer uses multiply and the U.S. military begins phasing out manned vehicle operations in favor of unmanned flights, leading real estate investors and developers to pay attention.

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    Thu, 08 Oct 2015 10:59:00 -0400
    Blackstone will acquire life sciences property REIT BioMed Realty for $4.8 billion, reports Bloomberg. Fortune predicts that multifamily rents will rise by 8 percent in 2016. MarketWatch looks at five of the least affordable housing markets in the country. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.

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  • nmhc.org
    Fri, 09 Oct 2015 00:00:00 -0400
    In the aftermath of a surprise resignation by House Speaker John Boehner, many hoped elections originally scheduled for this week would calm a number of storms within the House Republican Conference.
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    In the latest twist on the controversial EPA/Army Corps rule to clarify the scope of the waters subject to federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act (WOTUS),
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    On September 8, HUD released their proposed FY 2016 Fair Market Rents for public comment, which vary based on several factors like local housing supply and demand, economic conditions and apartment unit size.
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