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CHICAGO—The City of Chicago’s 2013 transit-oriented development ordinance has accomplished its goal of kicking off the construction of many new residential buildings on once-vacant or under-utilized land. But one of the city’s most active TOD developers tells GlobeSt.com that from now on, it’s going to be tougher to take advantage of the law.

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