Tag Archives: Urban Infill

Development Niche in China – Lifestyle Centers

Brian Tang has a model and product type that I could see being a huge niche market for LifeStyle centers throughout China, and the entry point for many developers and the development business in China. Continue reading

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MidTown Miami

If big box is going to come to the urban core, this project seems to be a good start at designing a dense enough solution. Continue reading

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Mixed Use Density Capped by Costs

Mixed use projects in midwest are traditionally limited to wood fram construction because of market rents/pricing vs. construction costs Continue reading

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Urban Infill Columbus, OH – Buggyworks Lofts

Dowtown Columbus Ohio is lucky to have a project like Buggyworks where developer Kyle Katz paid attention to detail and created a great urban infill rehab. Continue reading

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Approvals often Underestimated

Project approvals often underestimate the potential of uses not typically developed by petitioner Continue reading

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Mixed Use Density – the Absorption Cap

High-density is important to create sustainable neighborhoods and development, but absorption rates in the Midwest require constructible phases that can be absorbed in reasonable time frames to achieve success Continue reading

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Urban Proof – Indy Downtown still Strong

Urban redevelopment has driven a lot of markets across the country. Indianapolis is benefiting greatly from this re-urbanization, and has commenced or announced $3.3 Billion in new development in downtown Indianapolis in recent months, much of what is up in the air including a new JW Marriott hotel, and The Cosmopolitan Apartments. Continue reading

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