This study by Cushman & Wakefield and property developer GERCH highlights the factors behind the success of neighbourhood developments, recounts experience gained in working with the various stakeholders and provides urban planning perspectives from renowned urbanisation experts. A further chapter examines the letting take-up and transaction volume of this growing real estate market segment.
Usually developed by a property developer in close coordination with the local municipal planning authority over several years, neighbourhood developments are characterised by their mix of uses (residential, work, retail) and provision of opportunities for social interaction.
Main focus of the study:
- Current urban planning research on neighbourhood developments
- Case study of a current neighbourhood development in Ingolstadt, by developer GERCH
- Development of transaction volume and take-up in new neighbourhoods