Mixed-Use Development and Financial Feasibility: Part II – Physical, Phasing, Design and Public Policy Factors

  • June 11, 2009
  • • Written by: Joseph S. Rabianski, Ph.D., CRE; Karen M. Gibler, Ph.D. J. Sherwood Clements, III, MBA O. Alan Tidwell, MBA, CFP®

Summer 2009, Vol. 34, No. 2

Abstract: As mixed-use development grows in popularity, the economic and financial factors that lead to financial feasibility and success need to be known and understood. Some of them were discussed in Part One of this article, which was published in the previous issue of Real Estate Issues. This article, Part Two, extends the discussion to physical factors, design features and public policy factors, and their role in the financial success of the mixed-use development.