Transit-oriented development

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Transit-oriented development

(TOD)
Moderate and high-density housing concentrated in mixed-use developments located along transit routes. The location, design, and mix of uses in a TOD emphasize pedestrian-oriented environments and encourage the use of public transportation.
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Transit oriented development Zoning, Regulation through By- (TOD) laws, land use planning 5.
Transit Oriented Development was the focus of an exclusive brokers tour of residential projects under construction near Metro-North train stations in downtown Yonkers
Lauria will serve as one of the main project leads for 55 Bank Street, bringing the transit oriented development to fruition, as the first project in White Plains since 2009.
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) has emerged as the most substantial development trend of the early 21st century, according to real estate experts.
"The Farmingdale Station project is a unique opportunity to create a mixed-use transit oriented development in the heart of Nassau County," said Greg Belew, TDI investment partner, Northeast.
Transit oriented development projects began picking up within the last decade as a solution to increasing traffic congestion, pollution and environmental concerns.
Additionally, Monaghan was responsible for identifying private equity sources and was a joint development partner for a $500-million Transit Oriented Development in Paoli, Pa.
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