By now, it should be obvious why Memphis is one of the biggest cities in the U.S. with a population of over a million.
But in recent years, Memphis has seen a rapid decline in apartment construction, a trend that’s been happening since at least 2010.
In 2012, Memphis ranked No. 9 among the top 25 cities in terms of the percentage of homes built that were either rent-restricted or in the rental market.
That’s a number that jumped to 13.4 percent in 2017.
And just last year, the Memphis Housing Authority reported that it had been unable to maintain its affordable housing inventory.
It’s unclear if Memphis has managed to keep up with its growth, which was only in line with population growth from 2008 to 2016.
But as Memphis continues to struggle, more and more cities are looking to reduce their population and find housing for those who want to move into the city.
One of the reasons Memphis is seeing so many new residents is that the city’s population is increasing by more than 200,000 residents a year.
In 2016, Memphis had the third highest population growth in the nation, according to the U, and the number of people living in the city has been growing at an average rate of 7 percent per year for the last five years.
For the past decade, Memphis’ population has grown by over 20 percent per capita.
But the growth in population has not been matched by an increase in housing.
According to census data, the population in Memphis has actually decreased by 8 percent in the last decade.
The city’s affordable housing shortage is one factor behind the decline in housing, as many residents don’t want to live in neighborhoods that are crowded with single-family homes.
There are also concerns about the safety of many of the citys residents, especially older residents who don’t live in the suburbs but who are forced to move out of the neighborhoods they grew up in.
According to a report released by the U of M, nearly one in four people in Memphis are either homeless or have mental health issues.
In addition, many of those living in Memphis have moved away due to economic and social reasons.
As more people are moving out of Memphis, the number and size of vacant apartments is also on the rise.
In 2017, the city recorded an increase of 4,928 new residential units, a number not seen since 2007.
The city has also added more than 3,000 new rental units, making it the third largest city in the country with an average of 6,848 new rentals.
As a result, many people are turning to apartment building as a viable alternative to housing.
However, the market has been slow to pick up, and even some of the major developers have begun to reconsider their plans to build in the Memphis area.
In the past, the most notable developer in the area was the city of Memphis Housing Development Corporation, or MCDC, which has been the owner of Memphis properties for decades.
The company built over 30,000 apartments between the late 1980s and 1990s, according the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
But during that time, MCDC’s properties were plagued with issues that included poor tenant performance, inadequate building code compliance, and building codes that were outdated and unenforceable.
In 2009, the MCDC purchased the building on which the apartment complex sits.
According the company, the new building will be a mixed-use project that will include a public plaza, a grocery store, and other amenities.
But when it opened in 2019, it was the first time that the MCDE had owned a building in the state of Tennessee.
The new building, which is located at 441 West South Boulevard, has been described as a mixed use project that aims to revitalize the downtown area and attract businesses, restaurants, and retail.
The project is expected to cost $20 million and be completed by 2020.
But according to an interview with the Commercial Appeal, the company has been struggling to build apartments.
In its most recent financial report, the corporation said that the company is still struggling to pay contractors for the apartments that are being built in the new buildings.