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Maple Street Opening in Riverside? Not So Fast!

Despite eliciting interest, two aging buildings in a prime Riverside location remain blighted. Are zoning laws in to blame?

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A Black Sheep, Anheuser-Busch & Jacksonville

A look inside Anheuser-Busch's economic, environmental and cultural impact involved in operating a Jacksonville-based brewery where 99.6 percent of everything utilized in the manufacturing process is recycled.

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A Trip Inside Atlanta's Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is a mixed-use development located a few miles east of downtown Atlanta along the BeltLine. Covering over 1 million square feet, it suggests that no underutilized building is too large for innovative adaptive reuse and mixed-use creativity. Courtesy of Moderncities.com, here's a story...

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5 Ideas to Revitalize the Jacksonville Landing

Here's five "no-frills" ideas that could add life to the Jacksonville Landing, courtesy of Ennis Davis, AICP at Moderncities.com. They may not be provocative, but downtown could benefit from a slumpbuster.

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Milwaukee Region Chooses Collaboration Over Competition

UrbanCincy.com, our counterparts in Cincinnati, provide insight on how counties in the Milwaukee region are collaborating, not competing for industry, jobs and capital.

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Zoning Change in DC's Fairfax Will Allow More Density

Greater Greater Washington, our partners in DC, share recent developments that allow for greater density in areas immediately surrounding their Metro stations.

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Engine 15 Brewing Approved To Open Urban Beer Garden

Mike Field of Modern Cities and Transform Jax highlights Engine 15 Brewing Company's plans to bring a unique urban beer garden to Myrtle Avenue and ponders if the area is poised to become a Southeastern version of Pittsburgh’s Strip District or Detroit’s Eastern Market.

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UrbanCincy: Community Confronts Bike Lane Challenges

Even as the city with the third fastest growth in biking commuters, Cincinnati still faces bike path planning difficulties. In this piece, fellow new urbanists UrbanCincy.com share the persistent challenges they face as the community moves to develop a "more robust bike network".

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