Development Magazine Summer 2018

Development - Ownership

Tysons The Boro

Retrofitting Tysons: From Edge City to Walkable Urban Place 

The largest and best-known “edge city” in the U.S. is being transformed into a more walkable urban center.

manufacturing space

The Evolving Automotive Industry: Detroit Meets Silicon Valley 

Electrification, artificial intelligence, autonomy and mobility services are having big impacts on the Bay Area commercial real estate market.

apartment building

The Distillery North: Passive House Apartments in South Boston 

The largest Passive House project in Massachusetts offers lessons for developers seeking to reduce energy use and operating costs.

Houston flood

A Hurricane Survival Guide 

Almost a year later, Liberty Property Trust looks back at the impact of Hurricane Harvey.

sustainable living public space

Mixing It Up in Midtown Houston 

Houston’s new Midtown Park offers a wide array of amenities, plus an underground parking garage, coupled with sustainability.

business park

New & Noteworthy 

An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

From the Archives: Development Ownership Articles from the Previous Issue

walkable urban district

Capitol View: Master Planning a Dynamic Urban District 

A cohesive yet flexible master plan sets the stage for this Nashville mixed-use development, which is now underway on a brownfield site.

distribution facility

Crossroads Commerce Park: From Blighted Brownfield to Thriving Infill Industrial Park 

Long-term planning and collaboration among various partners across multiple jurisdictions have been key to creating a new industrial park in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood.