Wary homebuyers fuel apartment boom

In Pulaski County, as in U.S., rise in new units to continue

Posted: December 16, 2012 at 3:08 a.m.

The Park Avenue Lofts apartments (background) are part of the Park Avenue center that includes a Target and other retail stores.

Apartment building in the nation’s 82 biggest urban areas, including Pulaski County, is expanding rapidly, with many people still reluctant to buy houses in the wake of the burst housing bubble, according to experts.

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Business, Pages 71 on 12/16/2012


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