Local Markets

 

Local Markets

  • Roanoke, Va.

    Despite the downturn, Roanoke has maintained a building boomlet over the past couple of years, thanks to healthcare, educational, and cultural projects.

     
  • Las Vegas

    Las Vegas' rapid and enormous growth over the past 15 years has been a boon for developers. These days, however, the story is just the opposite.

     
  • New Orleans

    Four years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is slowly battling back, thanks to federal dollars, disaster relief block grants, and tax credits.

     
  • Worcester, Mass.

    A leader in biotech/healthcare, IT, and manufacturing, Worcester is revitalizing its core and has $2 billion in redevelopment under way.

     
  • Bloomington-Normal, Ill.

    Despite the recession, there are shovels at the ready and cranes in the air around Bloomington and Normal, which are pushing green design.

     
  • Meridian, Idaho

    Once bucolic dairy land, Meridian has become Idaho's third-largest city and a thriving business hub, thanks to a corridor approach to development.

     
  • South Bend, Ind.

    Previously a fur-trading post and factory town, South Bend has redefined itself through intellectual capital, including higher education.

     
  • Columbus, Ga.

    Fort Benning's expansion is expected to bring in 30,000 new residents to Columbus, leading to a rise in residential, healthcare, and school construction.

     
  • Burlington, Vt.

    Formerly a factory town, now a college town, Burlington is among the healthiest cities in the U.S., in part because of brownfield redevelopment.

     
  • Rochester, Minn.

    A hotbed of scientific and technological R&D for 150 years, Rochester is a community where opportunity, innovation, and creativity thrive.

     
 
 
 

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