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Stonewall Urban Revitalization Proposals By Wanda Dye
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A revitalization study and proposals conducted by the Carl Small Town Center at Mississippi State University for the town of Stonewall, Mississippi
Adaptive Reuse: Community Revitalization through Urban Agriculture By Jessica Blemker-Ferree
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Graduate thesis that focuses on the symbiotic relationship between urban agriculture and adaptive reuse as community revitalization tools.
Adaptive Reuse: Community Revitalization through Urban Agriculture By Jessica Blemker-Ferree
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Graduate thesis that focuses on the symbiotic relationship between urban agriculture and adaptive reuse as community revitalization tools.
Revitalizing Norwich Corridor By Georgia Conservancy
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Each year, CNU’s Legacy Projects partner with the Congress host region to empower local leaders, advocates, and residents to implement New Urbanism principles and build places where people and... More > businesses can thrive and prosper. Each Legacy Project culminates in a three-day workshop on site to explore opportunities, identify crucial roadblocks, engage local residents in visioning, and generate top-of-the-line design and placemaking strategies and deliverables. In the fall of 2017, the City of Brunswick applied to the call for Legacy Projects around the Georgia Coast, as the 26th Annual Congress was held in Savannah. The City of Brunswick identified the Norwich Street Corridor as the area of focus for this Legacy Project. This report outlines a strategy for the transformation of nearly 2-miles of a historic commercial corridor, with a focus on four specific intersections with immediate redevelopment potential.< Less
Buena Vista Historical Preservation & Urban Fabric Revitalization: Thesis Project By Yanelys Rosua
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THIS PROJECT PUTS FORWARD THE PREMISE THAT PURE AND EXPLORATORY ARCHITECTURAL FORM CAN BE USED TO EFFECTIVELY REVITALIZE PREVIOUSLY IN-CONGRUENT AND DECAYING STRUCTURES OF THE CITY. THROUGH STRATEGIC... More > ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTION THIS PROJECT AIMS TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY INGREDIENTS TO CREATE A VIABLE AND SUCCESSFUL ART-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM WHILE SIMULTANEOUSLY PROVING THAT TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURAL FORMS CAN NOT ONLY SUCCESSFULLY COEXIST, BUT FEED-OFF EACH TO ADD TEXTURE AND COMPLEXITY TO THE FABRIC OF THE CITY. THIS PROJECT ACHIEVES THIS GOAL BY CREATING A PUBLIC SPACE IN A CORNER OF THE CITY WHERE PREVIOUSLY TWO BUILDINGS OF DIFFERENT PROGRAMS, ARCHITECTURAL STYLES, AND SCALES, EXISTED CREATING A VOID IN THE URBAN FABRIC AS WELL AS AN EYE SORE IN THE UP-AND-COMING DESIGN DISTRICT.BY INTERVENING, THIS THESIS CLAIMS TO HAVE AMELIORATED THESE ISSUES BY SUBSTITUTING DISHARMONY WITH BALANCE AND COMPLEXITY THAT ADDS TO THE RICHNESS, VISIBILITY, AND PRESTIGE OF THE ART-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM.< Less
Johnsonville Town Plan: a vision for community revitalization and restoration By Robert Miller
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A vision for revitalizing and restoring Johnsonville, SC, this 2007 study examines a small rural town and offers a long range vision for its economic and physical rebuilding. Conducted by the Clemson... More > Architecture Center in Charleston (CAC.C), the Charleston Section of the American Institute of Architects, and the SC Mayors Institute for Community Design.< Less
Johnsonville Town Plan: a vision for community revitalization and restoration By Robert Miller
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A vision for revitalizing and restoring Johnsonville, SC, this 2007 study examines a small rural town and offers a long range vision for its economic and physical rebuilding. Conducted by the Clemson... More > Architecture Center in Charleston (CAC.C), the Charleston Section of the American Institute of Architects, and the SC Mayors Institute for Community Design.< Less
Healthy Neighborhoods: Guiding the revitalization of the United Northwest Area Neighborhood using principles of urban design and healthy neighborhoods By Cassandra Rice
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Ball State University Landscape Architecture Undergraduate Thesis
Urban Retooling By Nathan Umstead
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During the middle of the 20th century, Urban renewal altered the shape and character of many American cities, fueled by economic context but resulting in great social significance and... More > consequence. Today, in a time when the culture, government, economy, and environment are in a state of contentious uncertainty… How does architecture respond? What is the urban response, especially in the Middle American, middle size city, imprinted by Urban Renewal’s loaded history? Cities need revitalization, as in eras prior, to keep up with these ever changing times. Urban Retooling aspires to outfit downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan with a unique set of tools for operating/performing/existing in the emerging 21st century. Grand Rapids’ Urban Renewal district serves as the situational model for this thesis.< Less
Urban Gap Recovery By Jiayang Xie
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This book is a summary of Jiayang Xie's thesis project of Master of Landscape Architecture program at Auburn University. The project is looking at using urban forest as a connector for Norwood... More > Neighborhood and Downtown Birmingham.An urban forest program has been proposed by landscape architect to facilitate community revitalization and community's well-being.< Less

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