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Expect to see more transit-oriented housing in the future

Roger K. Lewis | The Washington Post Transit-oriented development, or TOD, is rapidly gaining momentum in the Washington region and will likely become a  key component in this area’s efforts to address traffic congestion, pollution and quality-of-life issues. TOD has... Continue Reading →

Is urban renewal Miami’s next economic engine?

Carly Grimm | Lexology Miami may soon join the ranks of other major U.S. metropolises boasting innovative urban trail projects that have transformed neighborhoods and ignited a firestorm of private investment. The Underline, a proposed development catalyzed by the nonprofit group... Continue Reading →

Two new walkable villages planned near MARTA stations

Andria Simmons | MARTA announced Tuesday that it will make properties adjacent to two of its rail stations available to developers interested in building pedestrian-friendly villages. The first is a 6.2-acre parcel at Arts Center Station in Midtown. That’s... Continue Reading →

Real Estate Investors Seek Rising Industrial Strength

Jose Gose | Investors Business Daily Rising rents and low vacancies coupled with lagging new supply — and billions of dollars searching for assets — have ignited a booming trade of industrial properties around the U.S. Despite the country's moribund... Continue Reading →

Study of vehicle emissons will aid urban sustainability efforts

Staff | Phys Org Vehicles churn out about 28 percent of the carbon dioxide (CO2) generated from fossil fuels in the United States, and their contribution keeps climbing, particularly in urban areas. But planners and policymakers have lacked a good... Continue Reading →

Metro Denver TOD affordable housing generated $598 million in 5 years, study finds

Molly Armbrister | Denver Business Journal Building and renovating subsidized rental apartments at transit sites in the Denver metro area generated $598 million and more than 7,000 local jobs in the last five years, according to a study commissioned by... Continue Reading →

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