The Latest in MF’s Walkability Features


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Yau: “Whenever possible, I think residents don’t want to drive anymore.”
SAN DIEGO—Some multifamily properties are providing free bike-share programs for residents since many don’t want to drive anymore, TCA Architects’ principal and studio director Irwin Yau tells As werecently reported, TCA Architects has just revealed its plans for Millennium Mission Valley, a large-scale mixed-use residential community here owned by the Dinerstein Cos., composed of 291 contemporary apartment homes, 14 “shopkeeper” live-work units and 9,000 square feet ofretail space. We spoke exclusively with Yau about the project, what the name reflects and the walkability features that are emerging in multifamily design…
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