Architects Ride the Rails

McLinden, Steve
July 2004
National Real Estate Investor;Jul2004, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p85
Trade Publication
Reports on the revival of transient-oriented real estate development projects in the U.S. Growth of the U.S. rail transit system; Opportunities for architects and investors. INSET: TODs: Complex to Create, but Easy to Navigate.


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