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Urban Neighborhoods: Chicago's Lakeview

With 94,368 residents (2010 Census) living within a 3.16 square mile areas, Lakeview is the second largest neighborhood of Chicago's community areas by population and highest by density. However, Lakeview is a neighborhood that is not dominated by skyscrapers. Instead it is a vibrant pedestrian-scaled...

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Revitalizing Neighborhoods: East Atlanta Village

Metro Jacksonville visits an Atlanta neighborhood that has been described by many as the cultural hub of Atlanta: East Atlanta Village

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Elements of Urbanism: Cincinnati

Metro Jacksonville explores the urban core of the Midwest's Queen City: Cincinnati

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Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Over-the-Rhine

Metro Jacksonville visits what is believed to be the largest most intact urban historic district in the United States: Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine

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Urban Neighborhoods: Tampa's Hyde Park

Metro Jacksonville takes a visit to Tampa's version of Jacksonville's Riverside/Avondale: Hyde Park

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Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Atlanta's Inman Park

Metro Jacksonville takes a visit to a section of Atlanta that was known as an industrial wasteland of giant metal sheds, abandoned scrap yards and sprawling manufacturing plants in 2001. Known as Inman Park Village, this clustered location of dense infill development now anchors Atlanta's first streetcar...

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Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Atlanta's Glenwood Park

Glenwood Park is an award-winning, 28-acre, mixed-use brownfield redevelopment, two miles southeast of downtown Atlanta. The neighborhood is noted for its commitment to traditional neighborhood design, walkability, mix of uses, and environmental management practices.

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Piedmont Park: A Destination, Not A Pass Through

In this periodical series, Metro Jacksonville highlights sites in peer cities across the country that have become destinations and not pass throughs. We ask if Jacksonville is ready for the challenge and willing to invest in itself to compete for economic development in the 21st century. Today, we visit...

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Elements of Urbanism: Augusta

Metro Jacksonville visits the urban core of Georgia's second largest metropolitan area: Augusta.

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Urban Neighborhoods: Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent

Metro Jacksonville takes a visit to Savannah's first automobile designed neighborhoods: Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent.

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