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A follow up on the H Street article: Learning from Philadelphia | More sophisticated daypart, retail, cultural, and experience planning

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

From the article: Philadelphia ranks fourth in the country in the average daily number of pedestrians downtown -- behind New York City, Chicago and Boston. I suggested something like this to the DC Main Street program in 2003, but it was too ambitious for them to understand.) Retail store development.

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21 years later H Street NE commercial district is still dirty

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

As chair of the H Street Main Street Promotions Committee back in 2003 this is something we did too. This article is interesting. For example, a few years ago, I walked from Manor Park to Columbia Heights and back, and picked up and disposed of over 500 recyclables.

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Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia is finally improving

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

There's an interesting article on the "gentrification" of the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia. The article online has the title " Rise in residential development in Germantown sparks optimism — and caution ," WHYY/NPR). The article discusses the development of new apartments, both new construction, as well as adaptive reuse.

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Camden Yards baseball stadium is 30 years old

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

The Ringer has an excellent article, " The Baseball Stadium That “Forever Changed” Professional Sports ," assessing the contribution of Camden Yards--a throwback designed baseball stadium which opened in 1992--to baseball, other professional sports, and cities. Camden Yards in 2003. Getty Images photo.

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Anil Deolalikar: Climate Crisis, Rising Inequality, Erosion of Democracy, and Big-Power Conflict

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About Anil Deolalikar : Anil Deolalikar has been the founding dean of the School of Public Policy since February 2013 and a professor of economics at UC Riverside since 2003. In addition to his research, Deolalikar has extensive public policy experience. In addition to his research, Deolalikar has extensive public policy experience.

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Climate Crisis, Rising Inequality, Erosion of Democracy, and Big-Power Conflict

Policy Chats

About Anil Deolalikar : Anil Deolalikar has been the founding dean of the School of Public Policy since February 2013 and a professor of economics at UC Riverside since 2003. In addition to his research, Deolalikar has extensive public policy experience. In addition to his research, Deolalikar has extensive public policy experience.

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Climate Crisis, Rising Inequality, Erosion of Democracy, and Big-Power Conflict

Policy Chats

About Anil Deolalikar : Anil Deolalikar has been the founding dean of the School of Public Policy since February 2013 and a professor of economics at UC Riverside since 2003. In addition to his research, Deolalikar has extensive public policy experience. In addition to his research, Deolalikar has extensive public policy experience.