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June 2019

Bayonne, NJ Transit to partner on residential/retail development at 34th Street Light Rail Station

The city of Bayonne and NJ Transit are partnering on a redevelopment project to construct a multi-unit mixed-use building . . . Read More

Despite earlier scandals, UTA wants legislators to allow it to partner in more ‘transit-oriented developments’

The new UTA Board says it has reformed rules to prevent such problems and is seeking permission from lawmakers to partner in many more TOD projects. . . . Read More

Stalled California housing bill could give architects chance to redesign the state’s cities

California needs 3.5 million housing units.  . . . Read More

Plans for homes, shops and offices along light rail in Charlotte clear major hurdle

Charlotte's City Council approved several big developments Monday night, paving the way for homes, retail and offices near light rail. . . . Read More

12.5 Acres of Land Along TOD Development Sells for $6.5M

The site is strategically located adjacent to the 13th Avenue Light Rail Station in Aurora which serves the Fitzsimmons Medical Campus and the Denver Tech Center.  . . . Read More

Treadmark, an 83-Unit Mixed-Income Building, Opens in Dorchester

Treadmark is inspired by the neighborhood history of the former Ashmont Tire company, a landmark business that operated on the site for almost 50 years. . . . Read More

Retail, Transit Top Boston Real Estate Wish List In Finding Next Development Hot Spot

Transit-oriented development has dominated Boston’s CRE conversation in recent years, as growing congestion leaves people wanting to live and work as close to a train station as possible.  . . . Read More

Construction starts on $76.8M project at Harrison Metro-North train station

Construction has started on a $76.8 million project that’ll replace parking lots on the Connecticut-bound side of the Harrison train station with a series of four-story buildings with retail and residential units. . . . Read More

West Oakland readies for massive, transit-oriented apartment complex

Developer’s proposal aims to turn the area around BART’s West Oakland Station into a thriving new neighborhood of residential, retail and industrial spaces, with an emphasis on transit rather than cars. . . . Read More

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