Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is changing the way we connect, interact, and thrive in our communities. Learn how TOD creates vibrant neighborhoods around public transit hubs, promoting sustainability, accessibility, and a stronger sense of community.
Building a development project that truly serves the community? It’s all about engaging effectively. From transparent communication to incorporating feedback, here are 9 tips to ensure your projects not only succeed but thrive.
As cities grow, let’s remember the importance of historic preservation in land development. By honoring our past, we enrich our cultural tapestry and create a sense of continuity. Let’s strike a balance between progress and preservation.
From Arizona’s desert landscapes to Texas’s bustling cities—discover how environmental factors are shaping residential land development in the Southwest.
Maintaining, improving, or developing a piece of land can be fraught with various risks. Here’s a look at some of the ways management companies can mitigate those risks.
Houses don’t just start springing up in a new area of town by magic. Behind the scenes, there’s a complex process that spans numerous steps, stakeholders and considerations. It starts long before construction of master planned communities.
It takes a village to move a project from conception to fruition, and buy-in from everyone is critical to success. That village is the spectrum of stakeholders involved in the project. The question is: who do you need to get buy-in from?
Any property or land developer should be familiar with common land-use restrictions—they regulate what you can and can’t do with land when the time comes to improve it. Here’s a look at the most common parameters.
Every great development is the sum of its parts, which means attention to detail is crucial from Day 1. Field notes help developers stay on top of the many moving parts of a project, so they add up to excellence.
Residential land development projects require careful planning and meticulous execution—and, most importantly, adequate financing. Learn more about the financing options developers rely on to bring communities to life.