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May 2018

Construction Begins on $1B Former Naval Air Site

Site A and all of its infrastructure, parks and housing, is just the beginning, as Alameda sets its sights on bringing a tech campus to the historic Bachelor Enlisted Quarters to foster job generation in the Enterprise District. . .... Continue Reading →

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Mixed-use development planned for Donelson area around transit access

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Donelson area is set to see Nashville's first transit-oriented redevelopment plan. . . . Read More

Boston’s largest modular housing development well on its way in Charlestown

In early May, the first 129 modular boxes arrived at the construction site of the Graphic, an apartment complex slated for 32 Cambridge Street in Charlestown. . . . Read More

NFTA wants to redevelop stand-alone rail stations into mixed-use projects

Imagine leaving your Buffalo apartment in the morning, going downstairs, grabbing a bite to eat and a coffee, and then getting right on a Metro Rail train to your job downtown – all without ever going outside. . . . Read... Continue Reading →

Developer to bring $66M development to Camelback light rail site

A developer is slated to pay $110,000 for just under a quarter acre of land in Phoenix  . . . Read More

Gas stations and pot businesses not welcome, Sacramento says. Here’s where and why

The city of Sacramento is laying plans to ban new gas stations, drive-through restaurants and marijuana cultivation businesses within a quarter-mile of light-rail stations, . . .  Read More Read More

Hudson Valley Receives State Money For Affordable Housing

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY — Seven affordable housing developments in the Hudson Valley have been awarded $37.2 million by the state to create or preserve 486 affordable homes. Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement Thursday. . . . Read More

Students Find Locations That Need Transit Development

From Roger Williams University: On May 14, Roger Williams University students will exhibit Geographic Information System maps identifying the spots in Rhode Island that are ripe for transit-oriented development. . . . Read More

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