Creative Placemaking on Vacant Properties
After the Great Recession left many U.S. cities plagued with high vacancy rates, local governments and organizations began looking for new strategies to reshape vacant properties into community assets.
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Report on UNECE’s Meeting on Housing and Land Management in Geneva, Switzerland
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