Mixed-use development


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Mixed-use development

A large-scale real estate project that may incorporate old buildings and is characterized by three or more significant uses (retail, office, residential) with functional and physical integration of the project components, and development under a coherent plan.
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Michael Brett, managing director of Brett Oils, said: "The council is strongly supportive of a mixed-use development of the highest quality on the Brett Oils site, recognising the importance of its prominent location within the Bridges Conservation Area.
EB5 Capital raised $17 million in preferred equity financing from 34 immigrant investors to help finance Dock 79, the first phase of a multi-stage, mixed-use development in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood along Washington, D.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 27, 2015-Kilroy Realty announces compromise agreement with Community Groups on One Paseo mixed-use development project
Our mixed-use development, within easy access to the city and airport, will provide guests with the convenience of retail outlets and other facilities on their doorstep.
Eastern Consolidated is seeking an equity or joint venture partner to invest in a mixed-use development on 3.
2006 not only saw strong performances across the office, retail and industrial asset classes but also included major renovation projects and the continued evolution of Harmon Meadow, Hartz Mountain's famed 175-acre mixed-use development in Secaucus, NJ.
The trend in mixed-use development will be a major focus of the conference, with several experts lined up to discuss latest developments, including Barry Dinerstein, deputy director of Housing, Economic Development and Infrastructure Planning of the City of New York; Christopher E.
Seetharaman: "The success of major mixed-use developments planned for Qatar during this period directly correlates to key infrastructure projects such as the official inaugural and full opening of the New Hamad International Airport, the advanced new sea port, the integrated rail system and hundreds of kilometres of roads which will stimulate many non-oil sectors and contribute to Qatar's growing role in the region as a commercial hub, which in turn supports the construction of civil mixed used developments.