Ground-up development of a real estate project is considered an opportunistic investment. It is an investment in a parcel or site that typically involves some or all the following: rezoning for use or density or both; net new or ground-up construction; conversion of a building from one use to another; complete gut or significant rehab of a building, requiring that it be entirely vacant to complete; introduction of uses not previously seen on this parcel or in this area; etc.

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