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Newsletter Archives

  • Fall 2015 | "Social Equity Benefits The Downtown Economy"
  • Spring 2014 | "Top 10 Global Trends Affecting Downtowns & How to Respond at Home"
  • Spring 2013 | "The Convergence of Community Development and Health"
  • Fall 2012 | "Center City Plan Focuses on Economic Development, Implementation: A Call to Action for Covington"
  • Spring 2012 | "A New Era of Downtown Partnerships Dawns for California"
  • Fall 2011 | "Top 10 Global Trends Revisited"
  • Spring 2011 | "Gearing Up for the Next Investment Cycle: Grand Rapids Downtown Framework Plan"
  • Fall 2010 | "Adjusting to a Changing Economic Landscape: Downtowns Innovate with Community Development Models"
  • Spring 2010 | "A Management Framework for Downtowns and Commercial Districts"
  • Fall 2009 | "Advancing Downtown and Neighborhood Business Districts In Challenging Times, Economic Development Strategies You Can Use"
  • Spring 2009 | "Navigating Through Stormy Seas: Why Downtowns Should be Optimistic During the Great Recession"
  • Fall 2008 | "Revitalizing Business Districts in Urban Neighborhoods: Denver Re-Engineers Its Approach"
  • Spring 2008 | "Getting Real About Downtown Retail"
  • Fall 2007 | "Top 10 Global Trends Affecting Downtowns and How to Respond at Home"
  • Spring 2007 | "Re-Tooling to Respond to New Realities"
  • Fall 2006 | "Global Trends Affecting Downtowns"
  • Spring 2006 | "New Approaches to Invigorate Downtowns"
  • Spring 2005 | "Can Downtowns and Lifestyle Centers Coexist?"
  • Fall 2004 | "Urban Triage with Market-Based Planning"
  • Spring 2004 | "Lessons for Creating Successful BIDs"
  • Fall 2003 | "Portland Seeks a Small Business Prosperity Strategy"
  • Spring 2003 | "Maintaining Momentum in Downtown Denver: New Realities Require New Approaches"
  • Fall 2002 | "Downtown Revitalization in the Heartland: Salina Searches for Sizzle and Steak"
  • Spring 2002 | "The French Quarter Bids for a BID"
  • Fall 2001 | "The Hill Reconnects to Its Markets"
  • Spring 2001 | "Community Development Corporations - An Old Tool Finds New Life in Downtown"
  • Fall 2000 | "The Resurrection of Oklahoma City - Creating a New Downtown for the New Economy"
  • Spring 2000 | "Downtown Vitality Relies on Competition, Not Regulation"
  • Fall 1999 | "The Urban Implosion Theory - Why the Suburbs Matter to Downtown"