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The Dying Mall’s New Lease on Life: Apartments

As the pandemic hastens the retail apocalypse, some developers are betting that empty malls can mix housing with stores and community space. . . . Read More

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Seattle OKs transfer of old UW laundry near Mount Baker light rail station to build affordable housing

The Seattle City Council voted unanimously Monday to acquire a former University of Washington laundry next to the Mount Baker light rail station to develop affordable housing. . . . Read More

Omaha Rapid Bus Transit (ORBT) Could Bring Age-Friendly Housing Options for Omaha Residents

The city of Omaha is expanding its public transit service, . . . Read More

Port Authority to study development along East Busway

The $682,500 grant to plan transit-oriented development along part of the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway is part of a federal pilot program to encourage development around transit projects. . . . Read More

Transit-oriented development in West Oakland secures final approval

A 762-unit mixed-use development planned at Seventh Street and Mandela Parkway in West Oakland received final approval by the BART Board of Directors on Thursday. . . . Read More

BART Approves Mixed Use Development At West Oakland Station

The BART Board of Directors this week approved a mixed-use housing development at the West Oakland station that will include some 350,000 square feet of retail and office space. . . . Read More

Federal grants add $1.2M for housing, business development near South Shore stations

The South Shore Line’s new and existing stations will be centers of new housing and business development, if planning resulting from a new federal grant is successful. . . . Read more


DOT grants Seattle, Sound Transit $3.75M to plan development near light rail

The Federal Transit Administration said it will give $3.75 million to Seattle agencies for transit-oriented development along the Everett and West Seattle/Ballard light rail extensions, . . . Read More

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