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Tag Archives: Transit Oriented Development

March 4, 2016
March 3, 2016
March 2, 2016
Trying to Simplify Aurora’s Zoning Code
Aurora Sentinel

Much of the code would apply to developing the large swath of city land near E-470 and Denver International Airport. That’s in addition to making it easier for developers looking to do work along the Regional Transportation District’s Aurora Line and East Rail Line.

February 25, 2016
Leinberger and Tregoning Talk TOD
California Planning Report

Transit-oriented development is the future of this country’s real-estate development. Metro DC is the model by which we’re building this country, as far as TOD.

February 16, 2016
February 5, 2016
February 2, 2016
Better Buffalo Fund Looks to Boost Neighborhoods, TOD
Buffalo News

The state is seeking proposals for the second round of funding from the Better Buffalo Fund, a $30 million Buffalo Billion program aimed at revitalizing neighborhoods within the city and encouraging housing, retail and business projects near public transportation.

February 1, 2016
January 31, 2016
January 28, 2016
Is BART Getting Density Right?
SF Streetsblog

Tomorrow, Thursday, January 28, the BART Board of Directors will review environmental documents for Phase I of the proposed Coliseum Transit Village, which will bring 110 housing units to a parcel that’s in walking distance of the Coliseum station.

Trump’s Bungled Deal with the West Side Yards
St. Louis Post Dispatch

Here comes Donald Trump, again and again touting his prowess at dealmaking. There goes Donald Trump, again and again touting his prowess at dealmaking. Gliding into February’s Republican presidential primaries atop a flotilla of polls, Trump has made “deals” the litmus test of his candidacy.

January 26, 2016
Before Disbanding, Central Corridor Collaborative Shares Insights
Twin Cities Finance and Commerce (Paywall)

The Central Corridor Funders Collaborative is disbanding this year after nine years of encouraging transit-oriented development, tracking growth and helping small businesses along the Green Line light rail transit route.

January 19, 2016
January 14, 2016
Hawaii Agency Wants to Develop Lands Near Transit
Pacific Business News

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is seeking companies to develop plans to utilize the state agency’s land for transit-oriented development projects along the Honolulu rail route

January 13, 2016
January 7, 2016
59 Acre Land Deal Near Transit Scuttle by Feds
Denver Post

A proposed land deal between Lakewood and the federal government that held out the tantalizing hope of being home to a transit-centered development on 59 acres along the W light rail line has fizzled out.

January 5, 2016
Skyscraper Complex Coming to Sandy Springs MARTA Stop?
Atlanta Journal Constitution

A mysterious development firm said to have ties to Australia, New Zealand and Asia has submitted plans for a five-skyscraper development in Sandy Springs that would rank among the largest mixed-use projects the city has ever seen.

December 16, 2015
Oakland Officials Green Light Transit Village Project
San Francisco Chronicle

Oakland officials voted to move forward Tuesday with plans to spend $11.6 million on a long-dormant transit village project near the Coliseum BART Station in a deal that will require the city to partner with a nonprofit group that has no real estate portfolio.

December 15, 2015
December 14, 2015
Ground Leases Considered Near Future SW Corridor Stops
Politics in Minnesota (Paywall)

The future Southwest Light Rail Transit project has more than 560 acres of prime development sites along the corridor, some of which may be developed through ground leases near stations, planners told real estate professionals this week.

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