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Urban Infill Developments Bring Modern Touch to Historic Neighborhoods

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Urban Infill Developments Bring Modern Touch to Historic Neighborhoods

More and more builders are taking advantage of urban infill opportunities to provide luxury and amenities

September 26, 2022
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Urban infill residential developments provide builders, buyers, and renters the perfect mix of modern aesthetics and historic neighborhoods. These new developments can offer first-class luxuries and amenities that older buildings can’t. According to Forbes, popular locations for these developments include Chicago and Tampa, where people can enjoy the historic culture of the neighborhood, while maintaining their active lifestyles in a neighborhood they love.

When done right, urban infill residential developments provide buyers and renters an enviable mix. By virtue of their recency, these buildings deliver luxuries and amenities older buildings can’t deliver.

Yet the neighborhoods in which they’re built are frequently historic, walkable enclaves boasting an authentic ambience today’s urbanites crave. The result is the best of both worlds for the residents who ultimately opt to lease there. That these infill developments often replace community eyesores and also contribute to the density that imbues urban neighborhoods with character provides an extra dividend.

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