Mixed-Use Matches Buyers’ Needs

Community Planning, Trends

Mixed-use communities like Cherry Hill Village give residents the privacy of single-family homes combined with close proximity to stores and restaurants.
Mixed-use communities like Cherry Hill Village in Canton, Mich., give residents the privacy of single-family homes combined with close proximity to stores and restaurants.

The Great Recession of 2007-2009 created a great shift in housing demand and future development trends.

With growing consumer preferences for proximity to amenities, and a multifamily sector offering promising new development opportunities, mixed-use development has become a driver in reshaping many urban and suburban neighborhoods.

From infill projects to greenfield sites, mixed use has been transforming communities across the country.

What’s driving the shift? Find out in Mixed-Use Matches Buyers’ Needs.

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