Urban infill refers to the development of vacant or underutilized land or buildings within an already-developed urban area. Urban infill projects can take many different forms, such as the construction of new buildings, the redevelopment of existing properties, or the conversion of existing buildings to new uses.
Urban infill projects are often undertaken to address a variety of goals, including increasing the density of a neighborhood, revitalizing underutilized or distressed areas, and providing more housing or commercial space within an existing urban area. Urban infill projects may also be driven by the desire to create more walkable, transit-friendly communities or to take advantage of existing infrastructure and services.
Urban infill can be a complex process, as it often involves working within the constraints of an already developed area and may require the negotiation of various regulatory and zoning issues. It can also be controversial, as it may involve the displacement of existing residents or businesses and can raise concerns about gentrification and the impact on the character of a neighborhood.
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