Archive for November, 2014

21 Nov 2014

Prairie Parkway Open for Traffic

Source: Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier By: Mike Anderson Pinnacle Prairie Prairie Parkway CompletedCEDAR FALLS | After years of preparation but only a few months of work on the ground, Prairie Parkway is open for traffic. Mayor Jon Crews joined other city leaders at MidWestOne Bank on Prairie Parkway to celebrate the road's official opening this morning. The road actually opened to traffic Thursday noon and an official ribbon cutting was scheduled for this morning. Crews was one of the first drivers to take a spin down the road. “Not much traffic,” he joked. “I didn’t see any accidents.” A $2 million project, the newly constructed roadway will connect East Viking and Greenhill roads with side road connections to Brandilynn Boulevard, Wild Rye Way, Bluegrass Circle, Caraway Lane and Purple Clover Drive. Prairie Parkway will serve as an alternate route to Iowa Highway 58 between Greenhill and Viking roads, the scene of numerous accidents in recent years as traffic boomed along with retail development in southern Cedar Falls.
6 Nov 2014

Can CBDs Sustain So Much Growth?

Published on Nov 6, 2014

Thought Leadership Video

By Kelsi Maree Borland  Source: GlobeSt.com LOS ANGELES — Infrastructure is one of the biggest challenges that developers face in urban markets, according to Lockard Development EVP David Wilson, CCIM, who says the major “what if” is whether urban cores will be able to sustain the massive population migration from suburban markets. In this exclusive video interview, Wilson talks shop with reporter Kelsi Maree Borland, explaining: Where urban growth is happening What is driving the growth The major challenges for developers How to overcome the obstacles