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Facing a new master plan, development interests in Stamford square off

Elizabeth Kim | Last spring, Stamford embarked on a more than a yearlong effort to update its master plan by holding a series of public workshops. Spearheaded by planners, the forums were promoted as a rare opportunity for average citizens... Continue Reading →

New Denver Centennial apartments add transit-friendly options for residents

Clayton Woullard | YourHub  Centennial is hoping its first transit-oriented development increases ridership at the nearby Arapahoe Station light rail stop and offers an expanded variety of housing for its residents. A new apartment complex at 7700 E Peakview Ave. —... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Expo Parking Gone?

Lynne Bronstein | Culver City Observer   BYE BYE FREE Parking. 586 free parking spaces will disappear if the Culver City Council votes to sell the property to Lowes Development for a planned hotel and office and retail complex. The lot... Continue Reading →

Chicago Developer to Take On $1 Billion Union Square Redevelopment

Nate Boroyan | City News  Chicago-based Magellan Development Group and partner Mesirow Financial will handle the $1 billion redevelopment of Union Square in Somerville. The Boston Business Journal reports the Somerville Redevelopment Authority selected US2 ( a.k.a. Magellan Development and Mesirow Financial) over heavy-hitters Gerding Edlen (315... Continue Reading →

How Can The Twin Cities Develop the Area Between Them?

Courtney Subramanian | NationalSwell  With all the reports of a lack of funding of infrastructure and transit projects nationwide, the Twin Cities have some good news to share. Last Saturday, they celebrated the opening of a third light-rail line: the Green Line. The nearly... Continue Reading →

The Domain developer coming to East Austin: Cap Metro votes on future of Plaza Saltillo

Don Martin | CultureMap And then there was one. Competition for the redevelopment of East Austin’s Saltillo Plaza came to a somewhat stormy conclusion on Monday night with the Capital Metro Board voting to select the proposal by Endeavor Real Estate... Continue Reading →

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