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More stories about Mixed-Use Development

  • Building on the Frontier

    St. Louis — In Old North St. Louis, some blocks have more grassy vacant lots on them than houses, and nearly 40 percent of the residents live in poverty, according to the 2000 Census.

  • Working With Setting Compounds

    These versatile joint compounds are ideal for small jobs, quick repairs, and tough field conditions.

  • A Boom in Midtown

    Omaha—The strong economy and rising demand for new units are fueling a boom in this city’s midtown district.

  • Getting In On the Ground Floor

    Last fall, in the heart of Memphis, Tenn., workers swarmed over a gothic revival skyscraper that had stood vacant and crumbling for more than 10 years.


    MCZ Development Corp., a Chicago-based real estate development firm, is launching a new division, MCZUrban. Christina Noelle has been named president of the new branch, which will focus on the development of residences in urban areas that incorporate green spaces and retail components. Noelle has...

  • Mastering Mixed-Use

    With few exceptions, most developers will say that mixed-use projects are more challenging than single-use projects.

  • Indianapolis Looks North

    Indianapolis—Developers looking at a map should cast their eyes above this city’s center, to the suburbs north and northwest of the city.


    BATON ROUGE—The Louisiana Housing Finance Agency (LHFA) forward allocated its 2008 tax credit authority in 2006 and 2007 for projects in the Gulf Opportunity (GO) Zone and projects located outside the GO Zone requesting per capita low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs), said Brenda Evans, program...

  • Modified vs. Unmodified Mortar With Kerdi Membranes

    Q: When installing stone tiles over Schluter's Kerdi waterproofing membrane, is it okay to use modified thinset mortar? I know that Schluter recommends unmodified thinset mortar, but my supplier suggests that the large and heavy tiles will be easier to install with a polymer-modified no-sag mortar.

  • $3.9 Billion in NMTCs Announced

    Sixty-one organizations have been selected to receive $3.9 billion in New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs) this year in the fifth round of allocations. Eleven organizations received $400 million in tax credits for redevelopment efforts in the hurricane-damaged Gulf Coast, according to the Community...