Construction E-Note - December 2012

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In This Issue:

- Florida Close to Approving Miami-Orlando Airport Train

- Beltline Development Along Atlanta's Eastside Soaring

- Plans for New Atlanta Falcons Stadium Move Forward

- Tampa Gets First Glimpse of $450 Million Encore Project

- Developers Turn to College Campuses for Growth Opportunities

- Hospitals Investing in New Designs to Better Accommodate Patients

- Brownfields Providing Building Opportunities for Health Centers

- Chinese Companies Boosting Presence in U.S. Real Estate Market

- FHA Condo Rule Changes Open Doors for Mixed-Use Developers

- Homebuilders Profiting More from Lending than Construction

- Contractors Face Massive Shortage of Construction Workers

- Excerpt from Florida Close to Approving Miami-Orlando Airport Train:

The state appears set to approve a key step in All Aboard Florida's quest to build a privately financed $1 billion train to carry tourists and business travelers from Miami to Orlando International Airport. The Florida Department of Transportation will announce whether it has approved a bid by the company to negotiate a deal to lay tracks along the BeachLine Expressway to the airport.

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