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    Boston's hot property market is putting a crunch on affordable housing. The city's Inclusionary Development Policy requires developers to set aside a percentage of their units for lower rents and the city is now considering raising that percentage.

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    Mon, 03/05/2018


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    Peter Callaghan tells the story of how developer Gary Holmes spearheaded an effort to transform a disused rail terminal in downtown Minneapolis from a sea of parking to a thriving mixed-use district.

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    Mon, 04/02/2018



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    A decade ago, prominent St.

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    Wed, 05/09/2018



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    Rachel Quednau writes on the subject of empty ground-floor retail spaces in the wave of mixed-use development that is being added at a increasingly rapid pace in communities around the country.

    Publication Date: 
    Wed, 06/06/2018



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    In Hawaii, beach front property is serious business, but a new law would make developers consider the costs of building close to rising seas.

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 06/14/2018



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    Seattle wants to make it easier for residents to learn about developers' plans in their area.

    Publication Date: 
    Tue, 07/03/2018


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    Some Houston developers and homebuyers seem to "see opportunity in devastation," according to reporting by Mike Morris and Matt Dempsey. "One in 5 new homes permitted in Houston in the year after Hurricane Harvey is in a flood plain — some on prairie developed for the first time after the storm —

    Publication Date: 
    Fri, 10/05/2018

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    To address "persistent criticism" that lower-income, non-white neighborhoods are being denied the benefits of recent construction in Boston, the city is debuting a new process in which developers seeking to build on city-owned sites will be queried on their inclusion commitments.

    Publication Date: 
    Sun, 10/07/2018

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    "Like today," Charles Wolfe writes, "planning activities of a century ago sought improved residential quality, including a scheme which correlated scaled streets according to use, local stores, the community school, parks, playgrounds, open space, and social interaction among neighbors." Th

    Publication Date: 
    Mon, 10/15/2018


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    According to a report on two "pioneer cities" of the streetcar revival, "simply laying down trolley tracks to replace buses won’t bring development to those places unless ot

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    Sat, 11/24/2018



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    Describing Sunnyside Yard as "a grayed-out zone in the heart of western Queens, a walled-off, whale-shaped expanse with its tail in Long Island City and its snout nuzzling Woodside," Justin Davidson gives us a taste of what's to come as New York City mulls plans to cover the entire si

    Publication Date: 
    Mon, 12/17/2018


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    Katherine Shaver reports that developers are focusing on "experience" as a draw for residents and visitors. "It’s the latest buzzword among developers seeking to transform automobile-centric inner suburbs into walkable urban hubs."

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 01/03/2019

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    A piece in the Vancouver Sun looks at slumping property markets in several cities across the Pacific.

    Publication Date: 
    Fri, 01/04/2019


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    Marco Chown Oved reports: "Google’s futuristic development on the eastern waterfront, Quayside, is only the first step in an expansive and ambitious plan to build new neighbourhoods — and new transit — throughout the entire Port Lands, the Star has learned."

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 02/14/2019



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    "There is little doubt that Philadelphia's relentless housing boom (fueled by the 10-year property tax abatement) has run roughshod over some neighborhoods, destroying cherished architecture, driving up prices, and pushing out the poor and elderly," Inga Saffron writes. 

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 05/16/2019


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