Understanding urban planning and policy changes is imperative to maintaining successful commercial real estate strategy. With the right tools in place, city planners can utilize the principles of these policies to maintain – and improve – walkability, access to transportation, housing density, aesthetic of historic neighborhoods, and overall metropolitan ambiance of suburban living.

In continuation of our series discussing urban planning effects on CRE, TSW Senior Principal Caleb Racicot once again offers us practical advice on managing city zoning. Part three delves into the specific role of citizens and stakeholders in making educated decisions during zoning processes by incorporating principles of democracy.

Stay tuned for part four of six as we proceed to learn more specific implications of urban planning effects on CRE.


Audio Disclaimer: We apologize for the technical ineptitude of our filming microphones. Hopefully our audio recording skills don’t hinder your understanding of city zoning policies. We’ll have our microphones fixed in no time.

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