Research & Press

Michael Tabb meets President Obama

In minute 5, President Obama and Michael Tabb Discuss the Atlanta Falcons – Chicago Bears game and the American Jobs Act

September 12, 2011 President Obama stops by an Open for Questions with Interactive

A Model Housing Transportation Plan: Coordinating Housing 

Newport Partners, LLC and Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development | Office of Policy Development and Research The purpose of this study was to bring transit-oriented development planning together with affordable housing planning through the development of an implementable Model Housing Transportation Plan.

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Khan’s Proposal for the Shipyards; Office Space, Hotel, Residential Development, Boardwalk, Fields 

Posted on February 17, 2015 by Richard Webner The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville Jaguars owner unveils his plan Tuesday to turn city owned Shipyards into a mix of housing, retail and offices.

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How Overregulation Creates Sprawl (Even in a City without Zoning)

Michael Lewyn Touro College – Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center Wayne Law Review, Vol. 50, p. 1171, 2005 GWU Law School Public Law Research Paper No. 170

Abstract: Numerous commentators have suggested that the spread-out, automobile-dependent urban form (often referred to as “sprawl”) that dominates metropolitan America is at least partially caused by government regulation of land use. Lewyn’s article rebuts this conclusion by critiquing one of its underlying assumptions.  The article also proposes free-market, anti-sprawl alternatives government policies.

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Bringing Supermarkets into Food Deserts: An Analysis of Retail Intervention Policies

John Fife University of Missouri – Kansas City PA 5598C, Independent Study

Abstract: This paper looks at policy efforts used to address the food access issues plaguing urban areas commonly referred to as food deserts.The efforts are framed as retail intervention policies, and the paper follows a structured inquiry to assess retail intervention policy effectiveness in bringing supermarkets in underserved urban areas.

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Bodegas or Bagel Shops? Neighborhood Differences in Retail & Household Services

Rachel Meltzer and Jenny Schuetz The New School |Milano The New School for Management & Urban Policy University of Southern California |School of Policy, Planning & Development

Abstract: Social scientists studying the disadvantages of poor urban neighborhoods have focused on the quality of publicly provided amenities. However, the quantity and quality of local private amenities, such as grocery stores and restaurants, can also have important quality of life implications for neighborhood residents.

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Effects of Homeownership on Children: The Role of Neighborhood Characteristics and Family Income

Joseph Harkness and Sandra J. Newman Johns Hopkins University – Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) Economic Policy Review, Vol. 9, No. 2, June 2003

Abstract: A paper presented at the February 2002 conference “Policies to Promote Affordable Housing,” cosponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and New York University’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy.

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Posted on August 20, 2012 by Steve Pollak

Michael Tabb of Red Rock Global and Pete Shelton of Colliers International represented Atlanta Life in the transaction.

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