Weekly Link Round Up


“Historic Montgomery Street” by NR flickr userJohn Leighton. The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue.

Broadway corridor demonstration project launched in Newburgh [Mid Hudson News]
Investors, and Buffalo, benefit from the historic tax credit program [Buffalo News]
Why St. Louis’ History of Clear-Cutting Neighborhoods Should Be a Cautionary Tale for Baltimore [St. Louis Mag]
Midtown Greenway spurs urban development, especially in Uptown [Star Tribune]
Detroit to reveal finance plan for potential homeowners [Detroit News]
How One Australian City Revitalized Itself Through ‘Placemaking’ [City Lab]
Decaying City Just Wants To Skip To Part Where It Gets Revitalized Restaurant Scene [The Onion]

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