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Holly Dutton

Holly Dutton is a Brooklyn-based journalist who has reported on real estate for more than 10 years. A Texas native, she spent her early years in journalism covering local politics and photographing NBA basketball for publications including the Houston Chronicle. In her free time, Holly enjoys exploring New York City’s many parks with her husband and son.
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It’s Not Just Homeowners: Multifamily Owners Are Building ADUs Too

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are a big topic in housing circles right…

Could Community Land Trusts Be the Key To Permanent Affordability?

One of the few things Americans seem to agree on these days…

Does a “Trophy” Building Classification Help Boost Leasing Numbers?

When it comes to office real estate, building classes matter more than…

3D Printing Isn’t Just for Single Story Homes Anymore

Remember when desktop 3D printers first came out, and the possibilities of…

Irvine Company’s Strategy for Keeping Leasing High in a Down Market

In a time when office fundamentals can’t seem to get any worse,…

Thermostat Tech Will Transform Tenant Experience Platforms

Tenant experience platforms featuring mobile apps are becoming increasingly popular tools for…

Could Chicago’s Real Estate Tax Set a Precedent for Struggling Downtowns?

Downtown Chicago's office market has been in a downward spiral over the…

Q&A with WiredScore Founder and CEO Arie Barendrecht 

WiredScore was started through a partnership with the City of New York…

Where Are Salaries Outpacing Rents?

We’re all familiar with the narrative around remote workers moving to cities…

Building Owners Increasingly Looking to High-Tech Elevator Systems

Sure, high-tech office buildings are great, but have you ever been in…

Repurposing Religious-Owned Land to Create Affordable Housing

By now, it is undeniable—our country is in the middle of a…

Can Related’s Hudson Yards Casino Plan Win Over Manhattanites?

Related Companies, the developer behind Hudson Yards, is raising the stakes yet…