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October 2017

Rebuild or rethink: Fire destruction offers opportunity in Santa Rosa

With the flames that flattened Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood extinguished . . .Read More

Privately funded high speed rail project nears finish

What seemed to be a dream that many believed would eventually fade away is well on its way to becoming a reality. . .  Read More

One of Boston’s biggest developments will bring a tech hub to the city’s “last frontier”

Cambridge Crossing, a 45-acre development at the nexus of Cambridge, Boston, and Somerville . . . Read More

Transit-Oriented Development Is On the Move in Connecticut

LA’s new incentives for developers to build more affordable housing might be working

Los Angeles has been trying for years to entice developers . . .  Read More

New Britain transit-oriented development breaks ground

The city of New Britain and developers are breaking ground Wednesday on a $58 million mixed-use development located downtown near a CTfastrak bus station. . . . Read More

As Hartford’s Downtown Nightclub District Disappears, Allyn Street Prepares For a New Beginning

The city’s fading downtown dance and bar district on Allyn Street — just one nightclub remains open — is perched on the brink of a dramatic change that has been envisioned for decades. . . .Read More

Plans unveiled for Peachtree Center in downtown Atlanta

Peachtree Center, Downtown Atlanta’s landmark mixed-use center and original transit-oriented development . . .Read More

Ground broken on affordable housing at BART’s Coliseum station

Ground was broken Friday on a $53 million, 110-unit affordable and market-rate housing development at Oakland’s Coliseum BART station . . . Read More

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