High-Rise Towers Meet Increasing Demand for Multi-Family Housing

High-Rise Towers Meet Increasing Demand for Multi-Family Housing

Faith Technologies completes $5.6-million worth of electrical work on the Skyhouse Austin project, a 320-unit high-rise apartment tower.

The economic downturn has made it challenging, if not downright impossible, for some Americans to secure a loan for a single-family home. As such, more tenants are migrating from the suburbs to urban areas, fueling a demand for high-rise, multi-family housing.

To meet the significant need for multi-family units, the Novare Group is currently building nine Skyhouse towers throughout the southeastern United States in Tampa and Orlando, Fla.; Atlanta; and Charlotte, Raleigh, and Du

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