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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

With the approaching launch in May 2018 of a new commuter rail line . . . Read More

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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