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February 2019

Housing may sprout near San Jose’s downtown convention center

More than 100 homes, ground-floor retail, planned in downtown San Jose on South Market Street. . . . Read More

Carrollton Nearing Agreement for Trinity Mills Development

Carrollton is close to entering into an agreement for the Trinity Mills Station development. . . .Read More

Fullerton Opens First Affordable Transit-Oriented Community at Former Hawaiian Punch Bottling Site

Citrea provides 54 apartments for low-income families in historic Downtown Fullerton.Read More

MA Modular Development Moves Forward

More than 100 “boxes” that will create residential units in Newtonville, Mass., are being installed as the mixed-use project prepares for a summer opening. . . .Read More

Celebrating Presidents’ Day

Today we honor and remember all past US presidents and in particular, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. President's  Day was created in 1879, first celebrated the following year. It was originally held on Washington's actual birthday (February 22).  It was... Continue Reading →

Alongside New Light Rail Stations, Seattle Plans Affordable Housing

Affordable apartments near reliable public transportation aren’t always easy to find. As Seattle expands its Link light rail, the city has codified a solution. . . . Read More

College Park’s 320-acre ‘Airport City’ could break ground this summer

The largest mixed-use development ever planned south of Interstate 20 in Metro Atlanta could show signs of life as soon as this summer . . .  Read More

Chicago’s South and West sides have most to gain from bus-focused development pus

Most transit-oriented development so far has been clustered on the North Side and Near West sides, the Metropolitan Planning Council found, reinforcing decades of underinvestment in segregated neighborhoods. . . . Read More

What Housing-Starved Cities Can Learn From This Major City’s Single-Family Zoning Ban

In December, the city passed Minneapolis 2040, a comprehensive development plan that promotes density around transit hubs and eliminates single-family-only zoning, enabling triplex developments on lots once reserved for single-family homes. . . . Read More

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