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February 2019

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

San Jose devotes nearly $100 million to affordable housing

The money will be spread across at least 11 projects.  . . . Read More

Rockville’s Draft Long-Range Plan Includes More Housing Options

City putting finishing touches on vision for growth for next 20 years . . . Read More

Car-free development taking root

New buildings come with lots of amenities – but no parking. . . Read More

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