More than 600 new apartments and condominiums are coming to the site of an 80-year-old public housing complex in Jersey City, officials said, under a plan that would include both lower-income and market-rate units and a new branch of the city’s public library.
Government & Public Policy
From zoning disputes to the federal tax code, public policy affects the commercial real estate sector far more than you may realize. For industry leaders, government and politics demand constant attention.
Maximizing value through placemaking
Thoughtful placemaking executed with the proper design strategies creates a vibrant, authentic sense of place offering value through rental and occupancy premiums and allows for real estate to evolve and meet current sustainable lifestyles. More than just mixed-use developments, successful placemaking projects seek to attract people, make them feel comfortable and activate the built environment in ways that encourage them to stay or return. Today’s residents, office tenants, retail patrons and pedestrians desire an integrated living, working, learning and shopping environment that is intentionally planned to create places that foster community and neighborhood growth.