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- July 1, 2009: Vol. 3, Number 7

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Mixing It Up

by Alexis Petrakis

1 Headlines continue to flash yellow, cautioning real estate investors on the perils of investing in both mature and emerging markets. Certainly, the risk-averse attitude that is prevalent among lenders and investors poses a stark contrast to the heady days of 2006 and 2007. This attitude, not to mention a dearth of capital, is particularly troublesome for the development community. Despite the precarious health of banks and a forecast for continued economic contraction across Europe, however, many mixed-use schemes have retained their appeal and appear to be moving ahead. Mixed-use developments are still very much relevant today, confirms Katie Kopec, lead director of Jones Lang LaSalle’s development and asset strategy team. She thinks mixed-use has advantages over single-asset-type projects, and thus has a greater likelihood of be

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