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October 2020

Danbury’s TOD Study Wins 2020 Urbanism Award

The New England Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism awarded the City of Danbury’s Downtown Danbury Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Study the 2020 Urbanism Award in the neighborhood/district/corridor category. . . . Read More

Newton (MA) OKs Riverside transit-oriented development

The Newton City Council this week unanimously approved a 13-acre, 1 million-square-foot mixed-use development adjacent to the MBTA Riverside station . . . Read More

Metro funds have contributed to the creation of more than 1,200 affordable housing units across greater Portland in the last three years.

Metro’s involvement in in the creation of affordable housing goes as far back as the year 2000, when it helped fund more than 230 affordable homes through its Transit Oriented Development (TOD) program. . . . Read More

Metropolitan Council awards grants for housing near transit in Minneapolis, Saint Paul and St. Louis Park

The grant awards help make it possible for people to live near transit services that help them get to jobs, school, appointments, shopping and other destinations. . . . Read More  

Inside the $1 Billion Bid to Rescue Affordable Housing in Walnut Creek, CA

A new partnership between housing groups aims to give nonprofit developers the resources they need to preserve affordable apartments. . . . Read More

BeltLine purchases key property in Southwest Atlanta

“This investment of more than a half billion dollars of development . . . will spur much needed job creation, small business opportunities, and affordable housing options in these communities," . . . Read More

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