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March 2014

Six developers in running to build ‘tourist destination’ at old military base in Bayonne, NJ

Felix Alarcon | The Jersey Journal Six developers are in the running to develop a 57-acre site at the old military base in Bayonne with housing, retail, and tourist-related amenities, such as a luxury hotel and ferry service across New York Bay,... Continue Reading →

From cash to marketing, Prince George’s throwing everything at transit-oriented development

Michael Neibauer Prince George's County is launching an initiative to draw new development to its underdeveloped Metro stations, establishing five high-priority sites for transit-oriented projects and offering a raft of incentives to spur interest. Those sites are Largo Town Center,... Continue Reading →

Parking Madness: Portland vs. El Cerrito, California

Angie Schmitt | StreetsBlog USA The contenders in today’s Parking Madness competition prove parking craters can happen anywhere, even in progressive metro areas where the regional economy is booming and transit is a solid travel option. This face-off to get one step... Continue Reading →

Developers sought for College Park Metro area

Eleanor Mueller | The Diamondback Prince George’s County officials are looking for developers to submit designs for an 8.3-acre site across from the College Park Metro Station. Officials hope to create a transit-oriented community that could include lodging, residential, retail... Continue Reading →

HAP gets in on Jersey City redevelopment action

Linda O’Flanagan | Real Estate Weekly The transformation of Jersey City’s Journal Square took another step forward today (Wednesday) when HAP Investments LLC announced it is in contract to buy a nearly one-acre site at 500 Summit Avenue where it... Continue Reading →

Transit-Oriented Development Benefiting North Texas Real Estate

Digital Journal Where there is public transit there is demand for real estate growth, and that has especially been the case in North Texas. Prudential Texas Properties reports that the results of a recent study from DART and the University... Continue Reading →

$6.5M Funding Gap for Union Station in Raleigh

Ariella Monti | Raleigh Public Record Raleigh officials will have to come up with an additional $6.5 million to completely fund all elements of the new Union Station. The city already has about $66.25 million in hand from state, federal and... Continue Reading →

Construction to start soon on Maryland housing agency offices in Prince George’s

Luz Lazo | The Washington Post When construction begins next month on the new headquarters for the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, it will mark the beginning of a long-awaited redevelopment of Prince George’s County’s busiest transit hub.... Continue Reading →

Downtown Edmonton arena isn’t pushing Boyle Street anywhere

Dave Lazzarino | Edmonton Sun The first events to be held at the downtown arena will likely be a hot ticket. But while the $600-million structure is being built at 104 Street and 104 Avenue, few have a ringside seat for... Continue Reading →

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