Since the 1950s and the advance of urban renewal, local governments and urban policy have focused heavily on the central business district. Today, promoters of downtown development still emphasize office and retail expansion, convention centers, sports arenas, festival market places, and tourist attractions. But, as the authors of this volume demonstrate, such development has all but ignored the inner-city neighborhoods that continue to struggle in the shadows of high-rise America. Revitalizing Urban Neighborhoods ...

Revitalizing Urban Neighborhoods 1996, University Press of Kansas

ISBN-13: 9780700607907

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