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Increased Density Mixed-Use Development the Future of Wynwood

Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board has approved a change in the city zoning ordinances that would allow the densest mixed-use building in the area to be constructed. ...more

Reform Wave to Wash Away Blockages to Major Australian Project Development Assessments

Following on from our 'Open for Business – a Reform Wave to Hit the Australian Resources Sector' Legal Insight in October 2013, the Productivity Commission has released its final report on Major Project Development Assessment...more

Firm Client Tucker Development is Awarded More Than $38m in Tax Breaks for Newark Project

Firm client Tucker Development was awarded more than $38M in subsidies in the form of bond financing and tax breaks by the Economic Development Authority to fund its mixed use development project on Springfield Avenue in...more

Boots on the Soil: Labor Challenges in Emerging Market Energy Projects

With forecasts that the total GDP of emerging markets could overtake that of the developed economies by 2014,and at a time where technological advances are transforming the energy business globally, it is easy to see why...more

California Subdivision Map Extension Signed into Law - More Comprehensive than Prior Extensions; Sets Deadlines and Allows...

On July 11, 2013, Governor Brown signed into law AB 116, urgency legislation aimed at providing additional relief to California’s recovering housing and construction industries. AB 116, which became effective immediately,...more

California Commercial Real Estate Forecast - Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Survey Results Reveal Tension Between Developer Sentiment... [Video]

Industry sentiment for the office sector three years out, while still optimistic, shifted downward from six months ago. This, however, may reflect developers' concerns over the looming fiscal cliff, as the survey was taken in...more

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