Published at: 2015-06-17 09:58 | Author: David Karch
SunRail celebrated its first anniversary on May 1, with special events up and down the new 31-mile stretch of Central Florida tracks.
But developers, Millennials and those desiring the “New Urbanism” lifestyle may have the most to celebrate. Embracing the “live, work, play” attitude of the next generation, developers are actively building mixed-use properties next to the SunRail stations. It‘s a textbook example of what enthusiastic urban planners call transportation-oriented development (TOD).

According to SunRail’s March 2015 TOD scorecard, 18 projects have been completed since 2010 with a total construction value of $79...

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