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May 2020

Portman Holdings To Be Awarded Redevelopment Rights For North Avenue MARTA Station

Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) project—expected to officially be awarded in June—would include office, hotel, retail, and $13.1 MM in 'station enhancements.' . . . Read More

Chicago City Officials Approve ‘Roadmap’ For Attracting Development, Arts And Culture To South Shore

The plan focuses on upgrading 75th and 79th Streets from Stony Island Avenue to the lakefront. . . . Read More

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Around Kensington MARTA station, development plans abound

The area encasing the Kensington MARTA station seems poised to become something of a miniature boomtown in the near future. . . . Read More

San Diego approves first local ‘fast-track’ housing project under 2008 state law

Council OK’s streamlining 156-unit Bay Park project on new trolley line in Clairemont. . . Read More

COVID-19 crisis spotlights importance of equitable transit-oriented development

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Atlanta and other major cities to take a hard look at another daunting crisis: A mounting affordable housing shortage. . . . Read More

UTA’s TOD program starts capturing value along transit lines – and cities are getting interested

The Utah Transit Authority’s somewhat-new TOD program strategy is to reap an investment return on rail lines the agency has built. . . . Read More

Union Station, Worcester, MA

Please enjoy these pictures of Union Station.  This beautiful station in the Beaux Arts style was completed in 1911 by the Boston and Albany Railroad.  The station closed 1972 and was unused for many years.  It reopened in 2000 after... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus Crisis Threatens Push for Denser Housing

Transit-oriented developments were seen as a solution to severe housing shortages, but experts say developers need to rethink the design for a post-pandemic world. . . . Read More

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