New Suburbanism in Urban Land Magazine

July 9th, 2013 |

Jamie Rusin, Ryan Call, and Sean Slater of ELS authored “New Suburbanism: Reinventing Inner-ring Suburbs” for Urban Land Magazine’s May/June 2013 print issue.

Retail, housing, and activity are among the keys to successful infill development. And don’t forget about parking.

As inner-ring suburbs in the United States become denser, demand for access to nearby walkable urban environments is rising. Residents are looking for shorter driving distances to commercial, cultural, leisure, and work opportunities. Municipalities are also interested in promoting compact development near transit. As a result, the next big wave of development will focus on creating nodes of mixed-use infill projects in these suburbs.

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Link: New Suburbanism: Reinventing Inner-ring Suburbs

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