Infill site

Infill site

Building site sandwiched between existing buildings in a developed area. The use of infill sites reduces pressure on greenfield sites and often provides residents with better access to public transportation. For the purposes of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Homes credits, an infill site is defined as having at least 75 percent of its perimeter bordering land that has been previously developed.
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This large family rental affordable housing project involved public, private, and nonprofit participants in creating three- and four-bedroom units on an infill site in the East Hollywood area.
In Prague, the division has exchanged contracts for the purchase of a small infill site for 16 flats and an office suite.
We worked long and hard to create the best plan to develop this urban infill site as a local asset and are confident that we have secured the right mix of retailers to bring long-term revitalization and benefit to the community,'' said Ben Reiling, Zelman's president.
This infill site in densely populated eastern Jefferson Parish is bounded on the north by 32nd Avenue, on the east by Connecticut Avenue and on the south by the northern feeder road of Interstate 10.
The sensitivity of the infill site, with established, period houses as neighbours, meant a long time at the drawing board, working closely with local planners.
It is next to an existing business and we believe it should be classed as an infill site, not green field.
Allied Retail Partners, LLC will lead planning for the infill site and will likely involve other companies and builders in constructing 400 homes and a 100,000-square-foot community shopping center.
The urban infill site is at the corner of Center Ave.
Developed by Native American Connections, Inc, the service-enriched development was constructed on a redeveloped infill site in downtown Phoenix.
It has been a typical scenario in the wider Sutton Coldfield area over the last decade as developers have vied with each other for every potential infill site.
The urban infill site is situated in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles, and it is the largest property in this land-constrained neighborhood.
LOS ANGELES -- The joint venture between Mountain Real Estate Capital (MREC) and Harridge Development has recently acquired a bank-owned residential infill site located at 5120 Melrose Avenue, situated five miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles adjacent to Paramount Studios.