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October 2019

Neighbors, developer reach long-awaited accord on Riverside project in Newton, MA

This should be a no-brainer: turning the vast parking lot at the Newton end of the D Line into a transit-friendly development . . . Read More

Transit-Oriented Development, Philadelphia Style

RAILWAY AGE, OCTOBER 2019 ISSUE: What’s happening in the City of Brotherly Love, one of America’s oldest and most storied cities? . . . Read More

City planner: ‘About 90%’ of property owners in transit districts on board with mass rezoning

If a mass TOD rezoning passes, the city (Charlotte, NC) will convert 1,783 acres within a half-mile of Blue Line stations to four new transit districts that council approved earlier this year. . . . Read More

Housing is coming soon to BART’s Millbrae Station. The price? 600 parking spots.

Of all the stations on the BART line, Millbrae is perhaps the most ripe for development. . . . Read More

Smithtown Developing Luxury Rentals To Draw Millennials

Long Island communities looking to bring life back to struggling downtown are seeing a building boom, and they’re not building big box stores anymore. . . .  Read More

Property values ‘thrive’ near transit, study finds

Property values of residential and commercial buildings increase dramatically when located close to transit . . . Read More

Microsoft chips in for major affordable housing strategy around Seattle

Apartments in the Seattle neighborhoods of Kirkland, Bellevue and Federal Way, chosen in part for their proximity to transit hubs, will be purchased to become affordable housing. . . . Read More

Columbus Day, October 14, 2019

TOD News will not publish today.

Preserving One of Seattle’s Largest Affordable Housing Assets

The Mt. Baker Village preservation project was recently named 2019 Affordable Housing Readers’ Choice Award Winner. . . . Read More

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