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September 2021

The Wel Brings Transit-oriented Apartments to Lindenhurst on Long Island

As part of the redevelopment of Lindenhurst, village officials in 2014 saw a lot of potential for a property two blocks from Main Street and across the street from the Long Island Rail Road station . . . Read More

A Black Inventors Museum Or A Health Center? Officials Weigh Proposals For South Shore Development

Both projects pitched for 79th Street would include housing near public transit, plus shops. . . . Read More

Salt Lake City holds out an $8M carrot in hopes of luring more affordable housing

Latest round of low-interest loans is meant to entice more sustainable building, tiny homes and other affordable offerings, including for the east side. . . . Read More

The Business of Building Everett’s Future With Smart Growth

The boom is transforming the city’s main thoroughfare, . . . Read More

New Mixed-Use Projects In DC Office-Heavy Tysons Could Help Soften Impact Of Remote Work

Tysons, the largest suburban office market in the D.C. region, has long been dependent on people driving their cars into work every day.  . . . Read More


Mixed-use project near San Francisco stays on schedule with steel framing approach The Gateway at Millbrae Station, one of the largest transit-oriented developments in California, . . . Read More

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