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July 2019

Back to the Future with Transit-Oriented Development

Downtown New Britain is steadily coming back. . . . Read More

Roxbury residents debate Dudley tower project

Neighbors question impact on Dudley Square parking. . . . Read More

Planned Edgewood apartments signal that building boom near MARTA isn’t slowing

The latest in a wave of LaFrance Street developments will be walkable to transit. . . . Read More

Renaissance Downtown Lofts wins ULI, Gold Nugget nods

The Urban Land Institute selected Denver’s Renaissance Downtown Lofts as one of 19 finalists in its Global Awards of Excellence. . . . Read More

Building at BART stations

Development has been proposed or been completed at nearly two dozen BART stations,  but no two stations follow the same path . . . Read More

What Can We Learn From East Austin’s Chestnut Plaza Development?

Chestnut Plaza and the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) at MLK Jr. Boulevard and Alexander Avenue, are located in East Austin at the MLK Jr. Station of Capital Metro’s Red Line. . . Read More

Denver offers NWI group lessons in perseverance

The city of Denver and its suburbs offered 40 Region public officials and businesspeople lessons in revitalizing underperforming assets, . . . Read More

Developers pressed to fund extra T service

As debate roars over how to fund improvements to Greater Boston’s dysfunctional mass transit system, state officials are increasingly pressuring real estate developers to pitch in. . . . Read More

Westbury plans to transform industrial area near LIRR train station to spur growth

The City of Westbury has released a long awaited plan to transform a degraded industrial zone north of the Long Island Rail Road station into a transit-oriented neighborhood for millennials and seniors. . . . Read More

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