Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Wisconsin Real Estate Viewpoint Blog
Wisconsin Real Estate MBAs report from MIPIM 2010:Tuesday March 16Panel: Mixed-Use High Density TrendsResearch suggests that successful mixed-use high density developments can reduce workplace costs, increase innovation, and boost productivity all of which lead to stable cash flows and increased property valuations for developers. At the same time, for all of the benefits they can provide, large scale projects require a high-level of public/private coordination adding complexity, cost and time. Projects such as Turkey’s San City, a large redevelopment project in Istanbul’s CBD, illustrates the critical role that mixed-use high density infill developments can play in the regeneration of a city’s identity. For more coverage of MIPIM 2010, visit our partner CREOpoint.com.