Redevelopment

Redevelopment
A review of “The Well-Tempered City” by Jonathan F.P. Rose
Neal Peirce November 23, 2016
Rivers in the Welsh capital once ran black with coal dust. Now, they form a clean lake that has become the revitalized heart of the city.
David Thorpe September 9, 2016

Post-apartheid redevelopment efforts are displacing poor residents and dividing citizens along racial lines, Al Jazeera reports. 

September 8, 2016

The city is investing more than $325 million to dramatically expand ferryboat service that matches the subway in price, the New York Times reports.  

June 21, 2016
In a time of fiscal austerity, the innovative funding technique is a way to keep momentum behind neighborhood projects.
Athlyn Cathcart-Keays June 17, 2016
The Incet factory in Turin's Barriera di Milano neighborhood sat in ruins for years. Now it is becoming a center for people to gather and share ideas.
Simone d'Antonio June 3, 2016
Once deserted, Buiksloterham is emerging as a creative hub of the 'circular economy.'
Letty Reimerink March 18, 2016

Markets promoting regional flavors and vendors are becoming a development driver in some U. S. cities, Urban Land reports.

September 7, 2015

Allowing multiple cities to simultaneously host events would make it easier for the developing world to participate, Quartz reports.  

August 4, 2015
With a visitor surge crowding space in central Amsterdam, the city is marketing its neighborhoods as an alternative for tourists.
Letty Reimerink March 26, 2015

It’s possible to get around sprawling Houston without an automobile if you live in the urban core, Governing reports. 

February 23, 2015

Twenty-three municipally-owned sites are available for innovative redevelopments, the deputy to Mayor Anne Hidalgo writes on the New Cities Foundation website.

February 20, 2015
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