04 Feb Transit Oriented Developments
People generally equate transit-oriented development to a building with an apartment upstairs. Its ground floor has retail and it sits on top of a train. This is something that is usually found in the city of New York.
With recent developments within the areas surrounding the city, it now has a new meaning.
In today’s episode, Michael Stoler, together with Seth Pinsky, Debra Tantleff, Adam Altman and Jonathan Schultz, give an in-depth look at transit-oriented development, where it’s growing and what’s happening in the Tri-State area.