While traditional Transit Oriented Developments (TODs) have been used to create more efficient transportation networks in urban areas, they don’t always take into account the needs of existing residents or businesses. That’s why it’s time to say hello to Equitable Transit Oriented Development (ETODs) & their focus on the ‘people’ aspect of development.
Austin firm to build first phase of Domain-like development in Leander
The 115-acre Northline project is situated around Leander, TX’s transit-oriented development district. Plans include 700,000 square feet of office space, 300,000 square feet of retail, 150,000 square feet of hotel space, 2,000 apartments, 300 townhomes and community features like a town square and parks.
Northline is being developed by Austin firm Tynberg LLC. WGI is the project’s engineering and design consultant.
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