The article used data from a DPD housing report that captured production through May of 2015. I took that report and updated it to the current day, filling in some missing projects and adding in all of the 2015 pipeline. Here's what I found:
One surprise: Virtually all of the new congregate housing projects are coming out of our office. This has nothing to do with us capturing market share; our workflow on congregate housing projects has been fairly stable. Rather, it is a reflection of the rest of the market being driven away from congregate micro-housing and shifting their efforts over to SEDU production.
Today's guest blog is from David Nieman, of Nieman Taber Architects.