• Manhattan West, New York

    Manhattan West, New York

  • Canary Wharf, New District, London

    Canary Wharf, New District, London

  • Fifth + Broadway, Tennessee

    Fifth + Broadway, Tennessee

  • Pier 70, California

    Pier 70, California

  • The Yards, Washington, D.C

    The Yards, Washington, D.C

  • Pacific Park Brooklyn, New York

    Pacific Park Brooklyn, New York

  • Central Park, Denver, Colorado

    Central Park, Denver, Colorado

Mixed-Use Development

We bring redevelopment opportunities to life by leveraging our unparalleled placemaking expertise to create lasting urban destinations.

As city populations across the globe expand rapidly, community wants and needs are changing quickly – and constantly. At Brookfield Properties, we develop unique community destinations which create exciting places to live, work, shop and play, in vibrant urban settings.

Our mixed-use team leverages expertise from across all sectors of our business to reposition underutilized real estate and redevelop it with an integrated mix of residential, retail, office and hospitality offerings.

Our placemaking philosophy inspires us to imagine and deliver exceptional experiences for those who will ultimately use and share the properties we build for them. Brookfield Properties' legacy of urban development, combined with breadth of our expertise in developing master-planned communities and all housing types, uniquely positions us to lead the industry in this growing area.


Placemaking destinations

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Case Studies

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Manhattan West

New York

Manhattan West is a seven-acre mixed-use development located in the heart of Manhattan’s Hudson Yards district. The project demonstrates our multi-faceted development capabilities – site assembly, master planning, development, leasing and operations. The site sits directly between the busiest train station in North America and New York City’s first subway extension in decades. This seven-million-square-foot project is in the heart of Manhattan’s newest neighborhood on the west side and will encompass office towers, retail spaces, a residential tower as well as a boutique hotel.

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Fifth + Broadway


Fifth + Broadway is a mixed-use project converging at downtown Nashville’s most vibrant section of town. The project will include a contemporary residential tower, a Class-A office tower, 235,000 square feet of walkable shops and rooftop restaurants, a renovated conference center, the upcoming National Museum of African American Music and world-class entertainment offerings.

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Pier 70

San Francisco

Pier 70 is a waterfront mixed-use development in San Francisco, California. The plans, created with the community, are a natural extension of the Dogpatch neighborhood, with new housing across the spectrum of affordability, waterfront parks, space for artists and local manufacturing, and rehabilitated historic buildings. The expansive 28-acre revitalization project broke ground in May 2018 and is a public-private partnership with the Port of San Francisco. The site has a compelling history befitting its exciting future. Most of Pier 70 is listed on the National Register and is considered one of the most intact industrial complexes west of the Mississippi.

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The Yards

Washington, D.C.

The Yards is an ongoing waterfront mixed-use redevelopment project in Washington, D.C. At full build-out, The Yards will feature 5.5 million square feet of retail, office and residential uses spread across 25 buildings on a 48-acre waterfront site. Virtually every building will offer street-level retail in the multi-block site. Five buildings are complete with additional sites under construction and expected to deliver in 2018 and beyond. More than a dozen restaurants are open as well as various specialty retailers, a grocery store and a fitness/personal services complex.

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Pacific Park Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY

Pacific Park Brooklyn is a mixed-use, multi-building development project in Brooklyn, New York. At full buildout, the 22-acre project will include a mix of 6,430 affordable and market-rate residences, 250,000 square feet of retail and eight acres of accessible open space. Multiple residential building components are under construction. Pacific Park Brooklyn is located near our Atlantic Center and Atlantic Terminal retail and office properties. The project site also includes Barclays Center.

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Central Park


Central Park is a large-scale mixed-use, master-planned development project in Denver, Colorado. Located on the site of Denver’s former international airport, Central Park is one of the largest urban redevelopments in the United States. Currently home to more than 20,000 residents, at full buildout, the 4,700-acre site will include 12,000 homes, including 8,000 single-family units and 4,000 apartments. A living example of progressive, sustainable design, the community also features 917 acres of parks and open space as well as more than two million square feet of destination, specialty and neighborhood-serving retail. The award-winning New Urbanist community welcomed its first homeowner in 2002. Central Park is 15 minutes from downtown Denver and 20 minutes from Denver International Airport.

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Lots 5 and 6 Elizabeth Quay


Lots 5 and 6 Elizabeth Quay comprises of two towers which have been designed to complement each other and the surrounding Elizabeth Quay precinct. The proposal for Lot 5 includes a 56-level mixed-use development with retail and dining space, commercial offices, residential dwellings and luxury hotel rooms. Lots 5 and 6 have been created as a place-led destination that integrates unique architectural character, landscape and public domain. The two buildings are separated by a galleria, offering generous public space and improving pedestrian flow. Each building is deliberately located to the north of the lots to open up the southern plaza for public event space on the Quay front.