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Tuxedo Farms
Town of Tuxedo, New York

The Tuxedo Farms project encompasses approximately 1,200 acres of land located in the Town of Tuxedo, Orange County, New York. The project is located 35 miles from Manhattan and benefits greatly from a broad array of transportation options including the Tuxedo Metro-North train, which is approximately one mile from the development and offers direct access to New York’s Penn Station, bus and highway commuter access, major interstate access such as I-87 and I-287, and air transportation including Westchester Airport and Newark International Airport. Upon completion, the project is expected to deliver a master planned community comprised of approximately 1,195 homes and up to 100,000 square feet of commercial and amenity space.

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Southwest Waterfront
Washington, DC

The Southwest Washington Waterfront is a large-scale redevelopment effort totaling over 2.4 million square feet of mixed-use development. The project site, located on a mile-long stretch of waterfront along the Washington Channel at the convergence of the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers, includes 27 acres of land and 49 acres of riparian rights.

Upon completion the Southwest Waterfront development will include approximately 500 marina slips, a below-grade parking garage, and 10 acres of parks, open space, and promenades. As planned, the Southwest Waterfront will be the first LEED-Silver certified mixed-use project in the District. Because of its scale and location, the project is intended to be transformative, catalyzing additional investment along the District’s waterfront.

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Harbor Point Project
Baltimore, Maryland

The Harbor Point project is being developed as a mixed-use development on a 27-acre waterfront site in the City of Baltimore, Maryland. The site is the location of the former Allied Signal’s (now Honeywell International) chrome ore processing facility and is the last substantial stretch of undeveloped land along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. As planned, the project includes 3,000,000 square feet of mixed-use development, including 1.6 million square feet of office, over 900,000 square feet of residential, 220,000 square feet of retail and 220,000 square feet of hotels/condos with 3,300 structured parking spaces and 9.5 acres of open spaces, plazas and parks. It is estimated that over one billion dollars will be invested towards the completion of the Harbor Point project. More info...


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Metro Centre at Owings Mills
Baltimore County, Maryland

The Metro Centre at Owings Mills project is being developed as a mixed-use development on a 33-acre site in Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. Situated adjacent to the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) Owings Mills Metro Subway station, the project site boasts excellent access to downtown Baltimore and Interstate-795. As planned, the development includes 1,680 residential units and approximately 1,018,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial space, consisting of office, restaurants, retail, a health club, and hotels. In addition, the site features the Baltimore County Public Library Owings Mill Branch and the Community College of Baltimore County Owings Mills Extension Center. Upon completion, it is estimated that Metro Centre at Owings Mills project will be valued at approximately $506 million. More info...


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Villages at Two Rivers
Anne Arundel County, Maryland

The Villages at Two Rivers project is being developed as an active adult community on approximately 1,469 acres of wooded land in the Odenton area of western Anne Arundel County, Maryland. The project is proposed to include 2,060 residential units, of which 1,369 are expected to be single family detached homes priced in the $450,000 to $650,000 range and approximately 691 are expected to be single family attached homes prices in the $350,000 to $495,000 range. The development, located approximately 15 miles northwest of Annapolis, 24 miles northeast of Washington, D.C., 25 miles south of Baltimore, and seven miles southwest of Fort Meade, is proposed to include lifestyle amenities, including, but not limited to, a community center, clubhouse and pool. Upon completion, it is expected that Villages at Two Rivers will generate expected taxable value of over $323 million. More info...


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Jefferson Technology Park
Frederick County, Maryland

Jefferson Technology Park project is being developed as a mixed-use development on a 173-acre wooded site approximately four miles from downtown Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland. The project, marketed as Jefferson Place, is four miles from the Frederick MARC train station, 30 miles northwest of the Washington Capital Beltway, and has direct access to Maryland Route 180, along with U.S. Route 15/U.S. Route 340. The development is proposed to include approximately 2.56 million square feet of commercial and residential space, consisting of 798,000 square feet of office space, 192,000 square feet of retail space, a 175 room hotel, 230 apartment units, and a mix of 595 for-sale units. Upon completion, it is expected that Jefferson Technology Park will generate expected taxable value of $340 million. More info...


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Annapolis Junction Town Center
Howard County, Maryland

The Annapolis Junction Town Center project encompasses approximately 18.8 acres of land located in Howard County, Maryland. The site is adjacent to the Savage MARC commuter train station and is being developed as a transit-oriented development and mixed-use project. The development, with nearby access to Maryland Route 32 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, MD 295, is proposed to include approximately 416 apartment units, 100,000 square feet of office, 14,250 square feet of in-line retail space, a 150 room hotel, 3,200 square feet of bank or restaurant type space, and two private parking garages. More info...


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The Mosaic
Fairfax, Virginia

The Mosaic Development project is an approximately 31 acre mixed-use development located in the community of Merrifield in Fairfax County, Virginia. The development, with nearby access to the Merrifield metro station, Capital Beltway and Route 66, is proposed to include 853 Class-A multifamily rental units, 114 Class-A townhomes, two hotels (300 total rooms), 65,000 square feet of Class-A office space and 504,100 square feet of retail spaced anchored by an approximately 168,900 square foot Target store. More info...


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Harbor Point
City of Stamford, Connecticut

The Harbor Point project is being developed as a mixed-use development on a 66-acre waterfront site in the City of Stamford, Connecticut. The Harbor Point project is part of a larger 323-acre master development located on the South End peninsula immediately south of Stamford's central business district. The development, with nearby access to the Stamford Transportation Center and Interstate-95, is proposed to include 11.4 acres of parks and open space, 4,000 residential units and approximately 900,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial space consisting of office, restaurants, retail, and hotels. Upon completion, it is estimated that approximately $814 million will be invested in the Harbor Point project. More info...


National Harbor

National Harbor
Prince George's County, Maryland

The National Harbor project is being developed as a mixed-use development on an approximately 540-acre waterfront site in the Oxon Hill area of Prince George's County, Maryland. The project features approximately 1.25 miles of waterfront development along the banks of the Potomac River with views of the District of Columbia skyline. The development, located at the intersection of Interstate 495 (the Capital Beltway) and Interstate 295, is proposed to include approximately 7.3 million square feet of development, including retail and restaurant space, office space, a convention center, hotel rooms, and 2,500 residential units comprised of a mix of apartments, condominiums and townhomes. Upon completion, National Harbor is projected to be valued at more than $2 billion.
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Atlantic Steel Tax Allocation District
City of Atlanta

Located in northwestern portion of Midtown Atlanta, the Atlantic Steel Tax Allocation District (better known as the "Atlantic Station TAD") was established in 1999 to facilitate the redevelopment of a 138-acre Brownfield site, which had been contaminated due to almost a century of heavy industrial use. Today this site is home to a vibrant, sustainable, mixed-use development which has made use of alternative transportation modes to minimize congestion, improve air quality, and connect major activity centers. Development to date includes approximately 1.8 million square feet of office, 2.3 million square feet of retail, a 101-room boutique hotel, 730 apartment units, and 1,485 for-sale residential units.
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Beltline Tax Allocation District
City of Atlanta

Unlike most tax increment financing districts, which tend to be confined to specific market areas, the BeltLine Tax Allocation District generally surrounds a 22-mile largely inactive freight railroad loop that encircles central Atlanta and includes or affects 50 of the City's in-town neighborhoods. At 6,545 acres, the BeltLine TAD is also the City's largest tax allocation district.
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