Urban infill

Urban infill

Redevelopment of sites in the core of metropolitan areas for commercial and residential purposes.
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The RMR Office Property Fund LP is a private, open end core plus fund focussed on the acquisition, ownership and leasing of a diverse portfolio of multi-tenant urban infill and suburban office properties located in non-gateway cities throughout the US The Fund is managed by The RMR Group LLC, the majority owned operating subsidiary of The RMR Group Inc.
LPA Urban, a division of Lat Purser & Associates that focuses on development, brokerage and leasing in urban infill markets, has acquired a former electronics repair store at the intersection of The Plaza and Duncan Avenue in Villa Heights and plans to redevelop the property into 20,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and creative office space.
JBG SMITH owns, operates, invests in and develops assets concentrated in urban infill sub-markets in and around Washington, DC, USA.
Between May and December, Reuter Walton closed on the acquisition and financing for six urban infill multifamily apartment projects in Minneapolis and St.
"Our goal with the Boulevard Quartette is to establish a reference point for what's possible in small-scale, urban infill development in and around Edmond's downtown core," said Drew Dargen, managing partner of Black Brick Development.
The Fund will target middle market real estate-based investments including joint ventures, active or passive investments, urban infill development projects, income producing properties, and substantial value-added renovations including historic properties.
HPD and AIANY are inviting architects and designers to submit designs for small-scale urban infill housing within the City's portfolio.
Said one fellow architect of Snow and her firm, "They prove great architecture includes a respect for the citizens of their great city as shown by their urban infill housing projects, the dignity of their country as shown by their award-winning Ports of Entry, the importance of their profession and their willingness to share with colleagues."
That serves as the thesis for a recent report issued by Chicago-based commercial real estate firm JLL titled "Urban Infill: The route to delivery solutions."
industrial real estate demand, having outpaced supply for 33 consecutive quarters, has led to a shortage of urban infill sites.
The Fund plans initially to focus its investments in middle market, multi-tenant office buildings located in urban infill and suburban locations in non-gateway U.S.

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