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  • project
  • But large injections of Federal money do not guarantee the success of a given project, for urban renewal is a tricky and complex business. (thecrimson.com)
  • By giving the old inhabitants no new housing within their means, the urban renewal project has merely hastened the creation of a new slum somewhere else. (thecrimson.com)
  • It was during this period of time that the CRA initiated the Kendall Square Project, acquired, cleared and improved 43-acres of land which was an urban eyesore of underutilized and obsolete industrial and warehouse buildings and made the land available for construction of public improvements and private development in accordance with the Kendall Square Urban Renewal Plan. (rwinters.com)
  • As a result of these activities, the CRA was in a position to undertake completion of the remaining pieces of the Kendall Square Urban Renewal Project, also known as Cambridge Center. (rwinters.com)
  • This period of time coincides with the tenure of Mr. Robert F. Rowland as the CRA Executive Director who, among the many people and organizations involved in the Kendall Square Urban Renewal Project, provided leadership during the Project's difficult and, at times, painful periods. (rwinters.com)
  • Service Learning Corps Project on Urban Renewal. (umn.edu)
  • 1972-73 Final Report on a Service Learning Corps Project on Urban Renewal. (umn.edu)
  • An urban renewal plan is required, by law, to contain a project and the boundaries are to be narrowly drawn. (littletonviews.com)
  • Fastrac will debut with the release of The Urban Renewal Project - 21st Century Ghost, a genre-bending meditation on isolation in the era of hyperconnectivity. (blogspot.com)
  • The Urban Renewal Project is a dynamic young big band out of Los Angeles, playing an original mix of jazz, soul and hip-hop. (blogspot.com)
  • Born from a high school talent show act assembled by saxophonist and bandleader R.W. Enoch, The Urban Renewal Project began in earnest when Enoch met rapper Elmer Demond in Los Angeles several years later. (blogspot.com)
  • Co-executive producer Zev Feldman (and EVP/GM of Resonance and Fastrac) says "I'm thrilled to be launching this new record label, Fastrac Records, with The Urban Renewal Project. (blogspot.com)
  • slums
  • The major period of urban renovation in the United States began with Title I of the 1949 Housing Act: the Urban Renewal Program, which provided for wholesale demolition of slums and the construction of some eight-hundred thousand housing units throughout the nation. (encyclopedia.com)
  • And this debt is one well worth paying, for urban blight--in the form of rapidly growing slums and deteriorating transportation systems--is one of the nation's most persistent and depressing problems. (thecrimson.com)
  • study
  • A three-dimensional numerical model was used to study the effect of diversion schemes on the transport of dissolved substances by using concepts of water renewal time and water age. (environmental-expert.com)
  • major
  • The fight against obesity has become a major rationale for efforts to bring supermarkets to what have been called the food deserts of poor urban areas. (blueridgenow.com)
  • Whether easy access to the bounties of a supermarket will actually transform eating habits remains to be seen, but the fight against obesity has become a major rationale, along with lower prices and the promotion of wider retail development, for efforts to bring supermarkets to what have been called the food deserts of poor urban areas. (blueridgenow.com)
  • city
  • The TIF "clock" has begun and increment has been created and tax dollars intended for the schools, parks, city, county and urban drainage are being diverted to the special fund for LIFT. (littletonviews.com)
  • Social
  • After World War II , urban planners (then largely concerned with accommodating the increasing presence of automobiles) and social reformers (focused on providing adequate affordable housing) joined forces in what proved to be an awkward alliance. (encyclopedia.com)
  • In the second part, we utilise our analysis of developments in social policy in the United Kingdom in the 1990s to generate a critique of housing renewal strategies. (edu.au)
  • real
  • The public housing built in the 1950s-ironically, based on the utopian architecture of European modernist Charles-É douard Jeanneret Le Corbusier -was designed to squeeze as many families as possible onto expensive urban real estate. (encyclopedia.com)
  • removal
  • But there is a bitter truth behind the switch from 'urban' to 'Negro' removal - it is the Black community that lost the most and that continues to be most impacted by it all. (writingcities.com)
  • Some former Brooklyn neighborhood residents call it urban removal. (charlotteobserver.com)
  • possible
  • I mentioned in an earlier post that to discuss the Ensor property (site of possible new Walmart and Sam's Club) without discussing urban renewal is discussing only half of the story. (littletonviews.com)