Mixed-Use Jobs

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Mixed-Use real estate is simply the location of multiple uses in one development, one building or combination of buildings. While Mixed-Use real estate has become a hot topic in commercial development, it is not a new concept in the US. Nearly every small downtown across America has a main street with offices or retail below and housing units above. The concept is coming to the forefront again with the New Urbanist movement and the drive for sustainability. Suburban sprawl and personal vehicles have allowed development to happen in areas farther and farther from residences. The Mixed-Use or "Smart Growth" design is driven by "walk-ability", which is the idea of creating a higher density development with office, retail, dining and housing within walking distance of each other, eliminating the dependency on cars. Often times, these developments are located within close proximity to public transportation such, as bus-lines and commuter rails, in which case they are termed Transit-Oriented Developments or TODs.

Information on this page provided courtesy of Cornell University Baker Program in Real Estate

Job Title / Description Company Location Posted
Ledcor Group of Companies CA-Irvine 12/5/16
Rosewood Property Company TX-Dallas 12/5/16
Detroit Economic Growth Corporation MI-Detroit 12/5/16
Detroit Economic Growth Corporation MI-Detroit 12/5/16
Oliver McMillan CA-san diego 12/1/16
California Polytechnic State University CA-San luis Obispo 12/1/16
CIP Real Estate CA-Irvine 12/1/16
Situs FL-Boca Raton 12/1/16
Salmon Bay Marine Center WA-Seattle 11/29/16
Twenty20 Development - A Concept Company FL-Jacksonville 11/29/16