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More stories about Mixed-Use Development

  • At the Starting Line in Texas

    Two Texas developers are ready to get rolling on affordable housing projects for two different constituencies— rural residents and seniors— after receiving funding awards from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA).

  • Enterprise Provides Carbon Offset Funds For Mixed-Use Project

    Albuquerque, N.M. —The first phase of Silver Gardens, a 119-unit transit-oriented, mixed-income housing community located here, will be the first in the nation to receive funding from the newly formed Enterprise Green Communities Offset Fund, an initiative to counter developments' carbon emissions.

  • Mixing It Up

    The information presented here is intended solely for informational purposes and should not be construed as accounting advice from the author or Reznick Group.


    CHICAGO Nearly nine years into what was called a 10-year program to transform public housing, this city has completed only 30 percent of the plan’s most ambitious component—tearing down housing projects and replacing them with new neighborhoods with mixed-income populations.

  • Sharing Space

    New York City —Even in a slow economy, it's hard to find prime sites in big cities, as many of the best blocks are already spoken for.

  • Nationwide Regional Market News

    Savoy, Ill.— University Fields, a 192-unit student housing property here, has sold for $11.5 million. The buyer was Landmark Residential, a Tampa, Fla.-based property management company.

  • Renovation Station

    Jackson, Miss. — For a city that’s lost more than 20,000 residents over the past two decades, this town has a lot of development in the pipeline. More than $1.6 billion in commercial and residential real estate investment is poised to pour into the downtown area of Mississippi’s capital city...


    Chicago — Campus Acquisitions, a Chicago-based firm focused on student housing development, has acquired two student housing projects for undisclosed amounts in South Carolina and Texas.


    Milwaukee— A second phase of affordable housing and retail has gotten under way here.

  • A Green Mixed-Use Community

    Melaver, Inc., will soon break ground on Sustainable Fellwood, a 320-unit mixed-income, mixed-use green development in Savannah, Ga.