Grand Plans: Case Studies in Mixed-Use Real Estate

Properties that combine different uses, designers and owners are not for the faint of heart. CPE takes an indepth look at projects in Stamford, Conn., Boston and Tempe, Ariz.
121 Seaport

In light of the emphasis on placemaking and walkability, multipurpose properties with multiple owners are increasingly common. But, while more prevalent, mixed-use projects are still hard to assemble, difficult to finance and challenging to manage.

In these case studies, Commercial Property Executive zeroes in on three successful mixed-use projects from three different perspectives: the developer, the financing professional and the property manager.

Read our indepth coverage:

Teaming Up for Growth at Stamford’s Harbor Point

Financing a Vision at Watermark Tempe

Managing a Mixed-Use Icon at 121 Seaport

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You’ll find more on this topic in the CPE-MHN Guide to 2019.