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Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate highlights opportunities and partnerships essential to the success of real estate projects that include food as a development focus. Throughout the United States, developers are exploring the mutually beneficial relationship between food-based amenities – such as working farms, community gardens, food halls, restaurants, and grocery stores – and real estate. By moving beyond the standard development models and working with food-based businesses and partners outside the "usual suspects," developers, owners, property managers, designers, investors, and others involved in real estate decision making are producing projects that benefit people and the planet while also maximizing profits.

Book Summary: Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate highlights opportunities and partnerships essential to the success of real estate projects that include food as a development focus. Throughout the United States, developers are exploring the mutually beneficial relationship between food-based amenities – such as working farms, community gardens, food halls, restaurants, and grocery stores – and real estate. By moving beyond the standard development models and working with food-based businesses and partners outside the "usual suspects," developers, owners, property managers, designers, investors, and others involved in real estate decision making are producing projects that benefit people and the planet while also maximizing profits.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 64
ISBN: 9780874203943
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