By JD Esajian | @JDEsajian Mixed-use developments are a combination of residential and non-residential buildings that are planned and developed within a city, municipality and/or state. These real estate projects can range from a single building to an entire neighborhood, and are typically developed to be responsive to a specific environment. Along with infusing commercial and
Article by Megan Wild, www.buildium.com Mixed-use developments may have lost their luster in the eyes of some observers due to the retail meltdown of 2017. Last year, many retail locations closed down, and several retail companies went bankrupt due to Americans’ ongoing migration to online shopping. Given that, are mixed-use developments a good investment in 2018?
By Joe Gose, Contributor, Shopping Centers Today Seeking ways to draw more consumers to their stores, restaurants and entertainment spots, retail landlords are increasingly adding other property types to their shopping centers. Large and small developers alike are pursuing mixed-use projects at ground-up locations and at existing centers and malls, whether they are ripe for
View the article: https://www.icsc.org/news-and-views/icsc-exchange/infographic-why-the-future-of-retail-is-mixed-use This infographic originally appeared on the Wells + Associates Blog
By Joel Groover, Contributor, Shopping Centers Today Retail and other traditionally single-use developers are increasingly teaming up with partners to do mixed-use projects. “Across the country, we’re working on a lot more projects that have a robust mix of uses,” said Michael Harris, managing director of St. Petersburg, Fla.–based CREModels, a real-estate analytics firm. “Developers
By Jerry Hoffman, Jeff Green Understanding the essence of cross-market development is becoming increasingly important to the success of mixed-use communities. With mixed-use opportunities on the rise, development professionals are capitalizing on the growing trend to cross-categorize the retail real estate and multifamily housing markets to create a sense of “place.” This is especially visible
Growing demand for walkable places is opening the door to more mixed-use development. CITIES LARGE AND SMALL across the U.S. are marketing their walkability as a sign of an energetic and attractive community. Dig deeper, and you find that walkable mixed-use communities are attracting empty nesters who want to rid themselves of the burdens of
by One Loudoun Blog Team Many Americans are dependent on their cars to get them from home to work, shopping, dining and entertainment options, but mixed-use developments aim to change this dynamic. Mixed-use developments place residential, recreational and commercial spaces all within close proximity. Consumers can walk, cycle, or use public transportation to travel wherever