Adaptive Reuse in Suburban Housing Markets
The 2008 recession created a lasting high-risk environment for the retail, office, and residential markets, changing the way tenants lease space to live and work and creating demand for new models of housing. As part of the second session of the Montgomery County, Maryland Planning Department’s winter speaker series, The Economic Future of the Suburbs, two real estate professionals spoke about how developers and property owners can respond to shifting preferences for housing and commerce.
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