Mixed-Use

Los Angeles-based Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) builds sports facilities first and then adds an entertainment district. The company built Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, then added L.A. Live.Mixed-Use

Making Sports-Oriented Mixed Use Work

The successful development of the Arena District in Columbus, Ohio, set into motion a nationwide flurry of development of urban sports-oriented entertainment districts, as municipal officials across the country reimagined their city centers as places where people live, work, and play.

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Recent Articles

  • The City with (Almost) No Limits

    April 20, 2015

    As the only major U.S. city without formal zoning, Houston has a reputation as a freewheeling place where anything goes. But in truth, a complex patchwork of public and private regulation has evolved to impose order.

  • The Making of Miami Beach’s Mixed-Use Garage

    September 12, 2014

    Better described now as a mixed-use building than a garage, 1111 Lincoln Road provides a gateway to the Lincoln Road pedestrian mall conceived by Morris Lapidus, the influential 1950s Miami Beach architect.

  • In Building Size and Age, Variety Yields Vibrancy

    August 7, 2014

    Neighborhoods with small-scale historic buildings can be economic and cultural powerhouses when given a chance to survive and evolve.

  • Embracing the Street: Policies Aimed at Transportation Safety Help Land Development

    February 27, 2014

    No one wants an unsafe, uninviting street. So why has this been so difficult to change? And in places where people have successfully initiated change, what are they doing differently?

  • Pop-Up Pavilion Helps Hospital’s Transition to Mixed Use In D.C.

    February 20, 2014

    St. Elizabeths, a historic former psychiatric hospital in Washington, D.C., in the process of being transitioned to mixed use, added a showpiece last fall—the Gateway DC pavilion.

  • Keeping an Urban Authenticity Alive: Vancouver’s Granville Island

    February 5, 2014

    In the 1970s, Ron Basford, a Canadian Cabinet minister and loyal Vancouverite seized on the idea of converting Granville Island into a special place.

  • Terwilliger’s Influence: Rhode Island Row in Washington, D.C.

    November 21, 2013

    Rhode Island Row —a 2012 winner of a Terwilliger Center’s Jack Kemp Workforce Housing Models of Excellence Award—exemplifies Ron Terwilliger’s vision of mixed-income housing, which he considers the only viable solution to address the shortage of affordable housing near transit and employment hubs.

  • Harper Court Partnership Transforms Hyde Park Site and Neighborhood

    November 12, 2013

    Located on a 3.18-acre (1.3 ha) one-block site in the Hyde Park neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, Harper Court is a mixed-use project initiated by the city of Chicago and the University of Chicago.

  • Solutions for Suburban Strip Malls

    November 8, 2013

    It seemed like a good idea at the time: building low-density, single-use retail space along heavily traveled corridors and arterials, surrounded by massive parking lots. Panelists at the ULI fall meeting talked about how these automobile-driven corridors are repositioning themselves as more walkable destinations.

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