By Matt Roy | YourWestValley
As development accelerates, the last few undeveloped properties in the community come into sharper focus.
Called “infill” by those in the business, such stragglers represent the last few bites at the apple for development companies and commercial real estate firms looking to seize on opportunities in a nearly saturated market.
Some patches of dirt sit unturned next to dense residential neighborhoods built decades ago. One may stand on the verge of transformation. Yet another remains hopelessly landlocked by market forces or unfortunate geography.