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JPMorgan Chase Will Commit $500 Million to Reviving U.S. Cities

Mega-bank JPMorgan Chase has spent the past five years turning neighborhoods in a handful of U.S. cities into laboratories for economic revitalization, steering financing, training and expertise to cash-starved communities. 488 more words


Shaping Cities: The Design Imperative

The 2018 International Urban Design Conference will be held at the SMC Conference and Function Centre, Sydney, NSW over 12 – 13 November.

The conference will showcase innovations in projects and research embracing and creating transformational change in urban environments. 635 more words


Reading "Late Night on Air"

Last night our neighborhood held our annual street party. The evening was bright and clear, with a breeze out of the north. The temperature was in the upper 50’s F, and some folks were wearing fall jackets and gloves. 468 more words


The Interstate and the Murderer

Book review: Killer on the Road, by Ginger Strand

America became more violent and more mobile at the same time.
Were they linked? Did highways lead to highway violence?

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Book Review

Resilience thinking in urban development in Vietnam

On August 31, 2018, a UCR-CoP event was organized in Hanoi, with the participation of about 30 participants from UDA, Can Tho CRO, 100RC, GIZ, SECO, ISET, and other CoP members. 1,194 more words

Climate Change

Mission Mumbles: Donuts, Trucks and the past of Potrero Avenue.

Here’s a small story about a big building: 200 Potrero Avenue, a building that looks like a Gothic church, sits on the west side of the Avenue, just before 16th. 2,431 more words

Stop Searching!! See The Top 5 Locations to Invest in Lagos State

Acquiring a property in Lagos is arguably one of the major yearnings of most Nigerian bound investors and Lagos state residents. Whilst this desire is burning hot and probably fast within you,  taking steps or actions to actualize that desire or dream is a different ball game entirely. 529 more words

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