Nadine Fogarty, Principal/Vice President

Nadine Fogarty leads a wide range of economic projects, providing expertise in market analysis, development feasibility, and public sector financing strategies with a focus on urban infill and transit-oriented development (TOD). She specializes in evaluating the implications of planning policies and public investments on development potential and creating strategies to support infill development and neighborhood revitalization.

Ms. Fogarty also works on a variety of research and technical assistance projects related to TOD.  She is currently leading a multi-year research effort funded by the Federal Transit Administration to understand the impact of transit on real estate development and property values, and the potential to capture increases in value to pay for transit-related infrastructure and other community benefits.

Ms. Fogarty holds a Master in City Planning and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  She received her B.A. in Geography from the University of California at Berkeley.  She was selected by Urban Land Institute’s Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use to serve as one of eight Faculty members for the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 classes of Daniel Rose Fellows.

Contact Ms. Fogarty:

510-647-5291 x103

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