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Transit-oriented Development

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Transit-oriented Development, from most recent to least.

The Development Challenges and Possibilities at Four Prince George’s County Metro Stations

The Development Challenges and Possibilities at Four Prince George’s County Metro Stations

Nena Perry-Brown | February 8th 2021

As part of its transit-oriented development report, the Greater Washington Partnership also commissioned a prescriptive study for four Metro stations... read »

How Prince George’s County Can Court Transit-Oriented Development

How Prince George’s County Can Court Transit-Oriented Development

Nena Perry-Brown | February 4th 2021

The Greater Washington Partnership recently released reports covering how Prince George's and Anne Arundel Counties can kick-start transit-oriented... read »

Montgomery County Passes Bill That Could Bring Thousands of Units to Metro Stations

Montgomery County Passes Bill That Could Bring Thousands of Units to Metro Stations

Nena Perry-Brown | October 7th 2020

The bill offers tax incentivizes for high-density residential transit-oriented development through the end of 2032. ... read »

NIMBYs, TODs and 100-Year Floods: Land Use Amendments Reflect DC’s Changing Development Priorities

NIMBYs, TODs and 100-Year Floods: Land Use Amendments Reflect DC’s Changing Development Priorities

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2019

This Element of the recently released Comprehensive Plan draft establishes new growth priorities while undermining NIMBY arguments. ... read »

260 Apartments and a Yoga Lawn: The Plans For a Prominent P.G. County Intersection

260 Apartments and a Yoga Lawn: The Plans For a Prominent P.G. County Intersection

Nena Perry-Brown | March 8th 2019

A residential development is in the works a half mile from Largo Town Center Metro station. ... read »

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