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More stories about Mixed-Use Development

  • Strategic decisions

    Anaheim, Calif., is building a new central business district in what has traditionally been a sprawling suburban community. 

  • Apartments, condos join downtown L.A. revival

    Los Angeles – This sprawling city is beginning to find its heart.

  • Life companies target niches avoided by conduits, GSEs

    Even amid the most active income-property lending environment ever, life insurance companies – historically conservative investors – face frantic competition in the multifamily field, led by Wall Street conduit lenders and big government-spons

  • Developers grapple with mixed-use projects

    Many cities are hungry for mixed-use affordable housing developments. City planners believe housing complemented by retail is key to community revitalization.

  • Is All Drywall Mud the Same?

    Q. My drywall sub's crew members ran out of mud before they were able to finish the third coat of a recent project. But when the local lumberyard delivered three buckets of the familiar green-labeled compound, the two tapers refused to use it and instead drove nearly an hour round-trip to pick up...

  • Small mixed-use buildings created at HOPE VI development

    ORLANDO, FLA. Many affordable housing developers are still scratching their heads over how to economically mix retail and commercial space into their affordable housing projects

  • The debate over mixed-income housing

    Mixed-income housing might be an unlikely candidate for controversy

  • Fannie, Freddie have limited appetite for mixed-use

    The growing trend toward urban infill development is helping increase the popularity of mixed-use projects, in which residential and commercial elements coexist in the same development.

  • Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac urged to do more mixed-use

    The growing trend toward urban infill development is increasing the popularity of mixed-use projects, in which residential and commercial elements coexist in the same development.

  • Downtown landmark revamped for mixed-use

    Kansas City, Mo. – The former Fidelity National Bank and Trust Building, which had stood vacant downtown for more than a decade, has been rehabbed as an upscale mixed-use development and renamed 909 Walnut.