Infill Development

More Developers Kick Parking Lots to the Curb
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More Developers Kick Parking Lots to the Curb

Trend is meant to encourage mass transit use, keep rents more affordable. More

Firewalls for a Multifamily Infill Project
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Firewalls for a Multifamily Infill Project

Contractor Rob Paisley details fire-rated wall assemblies for a new four-story... More

A New Solution for Affordable Housing?
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A New Solution for Affordable Housing?

San Antonio-based startup Rising Barn, which offers DIY kits for tiny homes, has... More

Brooklyn Mid-Rise Honors Neighborhood Brownstones With Modern Finishes
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Brooklyn Mid-Rise Honors Neighborhood Brownstones With Modern Finishes

Ten-unit condo's perforated copper façade, varied floor plans are designed to... More

Form Meets Function in Modern Affordable Housing Design
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Form Meets Function in Modern Affordable Housing Design

At one of the newest affordable housing design projects in downtown San Francisco,... More

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High-End High-Rise Meets Success in Chicago’s South Loop High-End High-Rise Meets Success in Chicago’s South Loop

M&R Development’s 42-story 73 East Lake proves popular with young professionals in a formerly downtrodden neighborhood. More

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RMF's Track 29 Helps Transform Minneapolis Greenway RMF's Track 29 Helps Transform Minneapolis Greenway

Developer Ross Fefercorn's 198-unit development gives a nod to the area's railway past. More

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Mid-Rise Podium or Wrap, Merit: VUE Mid-Rise Podium or Wrap, Merit: VUE

Continental Property Group took advantage of a premier urban infill location to transform an unkempt parking lot into upscale apartment living. VUE sits in the heart of Minneapolis’ Loring Park neighborhood, among a mix of contemporary offices and residence towers, retail and dining, historic mansions and churches, and the picturesque park and pond for which the area is named. More

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Balancing Act: How to Approach Development in "Emerging Areas"

Developing in an emerging area certainly has its risks, but a developer approaching the project the right way can have long-standing positive results on both the neighborhood, and their own bottom line. More

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Widespread Trend: Infill Development

Infill development projects account for 21 percent of all new housing construction nationwide. More

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