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Impact: The project will take up a total of 9 acres and will preserve the existing six theaters of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema while adding almost 16, square feet for three new theaters. The company also designed three residential buildings that will offer apartment units, seven restaurants, a total of 86, square feet of retail space, seven restaurants, and a parking garage that has a capacity of over cars.
That Little Bit Extra: In an interesting twist, the streetscape will be curbless, designed more for pedestrians rather than cars. The goal is to commit to more intelligent planning around the management of transportation in the area. Although the station is already a regional transit hub, it is set to be transformed shortly, because of new transit investments, such as high-speed rail and BART.
Impact: The DSAP will include approximately 5 million square feet of office space, residential units, hotel rooms and over , square feet of retail space. In addition, there will be major improvements to the local bicycle and pedestrian paths. That Little Bit Extra: Because the plan makes predictions for the next 30 years, it is extremely flexible. City of Dallas: "Downtown is a very different place than before. We have a good foundation and made a lot of progress in bringing the residential population, additional retail, the new bridge and new parks to downtown. All of the strategic elements are important and how we look at Dallas going forward.
The goal was to connect neighborhoods, promote a stronger economy, and create a vibrant street scene. The Downtown Dallas Plan combined efforts for 15 specific areas. A strong positive of this approach is the Plan's respect for diversity while at the same time, coordinating a plethora of smaller projects so that they work well within the frame of the larger comprehensive Plan. Impact: Since the adoption of the plan, there have been a number of large projects designed to update and renew the Downtown area.
City of Dallas: "Southern Dallas is not a charity case, ladies and gentlemen, it's an investment opportunity. It's an opportunity for capital to come, businesses to grow, and citizens to have a great life. Impact: One of the first priorities of the Initiative was to target vacant or dilapidated homes that had become havens for drug users and homeless squatters.
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Over demolitions were scheduled within the very first year. In their place, there will be affordable residential units built, along with commercial and office space. City of San Diego: "We're trying to create something long-term, help economic development, create jobs, deal with brownfields, and, of course, affordable housing. Realizing that the many public projects required centralized oversight, the city created Civic San Diego, which is owned by the city as a nonprofit to be the entrepreneurial and developmental partner for specifically-targeted urban neighborhoods.
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The stated mission of Civic San Diego is to improve "economic and social well-being in a better-built environment" for those neighborhoods. Impact: Civic San Diego has taken up the responsibility of a number of projects designed to curb the city's urban blight and stimulate the local economy as befitting a world-class city. Some of the projects include: Horton Plaza — The history of the Plaza stretches back more than a century ago, as the local center for many of San Diego's most important celebrations, festivities, and civic meetings. In recent years, however, the storefronts were abandoned, the iconic fountain was imprisoned behind a chain-link fence, and the entire area became a shoddy example of urban deterioration.
As part of the renewal, the old Robinsons—May Building has been torn down, creating more public space and providing for a better view of the historic Balboa Theater, itself recently renovated. The Horton Plaza Park and its fountain will also be refurbished. Construction is expected to reach completion in summer of That Little Bit Extra: This year, San Diego announced its plans to become the first American city to install cybernetically-controlled street lighting, by using a tested "intelligent" light system to control several thousand LED streetlights.
City of San Antonio Center City Development and Operations Department: "This is about helping San Antonio become a city over the next decade that's more attractive to young and single people. Young people are free agents looking to live in a city for the experiences it can give them, for the people they can meet, for the things they can do.
This gives the program a framework from within which specific, measurable goals where each cause can be set. There are currently 14 projects in development in San Antonio, representing nearly housing units suitable for every income level. One of the most dramatic will be the Peanut Factory Lofts, a mixed-use development project that includes 98 units and square feet of retail space. The City of Houston, the Houston First Corporation, and Discovery Green Conservancy: "When people come here to visit, their vision and image of Houston is now changed because of this park.
The park opened to the public in Impact: Discovery Green has transform downtown Euston into a place to play, as well as work. Original attendance projections were ambitiously hopeful at , visitors a year, but Discovery Green was able to meet that goal in its first six months, and now draws more than 1. That Little Bit Extra: When a contest was held to name the park, over 6, entries were received. It's very long term.
In the 's, the steel market took a downturn and the plant closed for good in Since then, the site has stood mostly vacant. The project will bring in almost 14, housing units and 20 million square feet of retail space across the acres of the former steel plant. There are also plans for a marina and acres of parks.
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Greenland USA: "There's been a real push for residential like we had downtown in the 20's, 30's, and 40's, rejuvenating something that was so critical to the whole city. Impact: Shortly, work will begin in earnest on the first phase of the 6. Metropolis will include a pair of high-rise towers — Hotel Indigo, a trendy room, story boutique hotel, and a residential hotel containing 38 stories. In the second stage of the project, two other 50 to 60 story towers are planned. The hotel is slated to open February 14, — exactly 2 years from the date of the ceremonial groundbreaking. That Little Bit Extra: Greenland USA is a subsidiary of the Shanghai-based Greenland Group, which has significant real estate developments across the globe and is the largest diversified company in China.
Anschutz Entertainment Group AEG : " LA Mayor Richard Riordan wanted to see the area around the Convention Center cleaned up, and to have it deliver on its economic promise, which was to attract out-of-town guests to come to large, citywide conventions. To use an arena as a catalyst for doing that was a pretty bold move. Live is a 5. In July , another hybrid hotel tower opened. Impact: The area adjoins the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center, and the entire complex is part of the ongoing "Downtown Los Angeles Renaissance", which was projected to reach completion in That Little Bit Extra: L.
Live is where the finals of American Idol are filmed. Extell Development Company: "Riverside Center is a terrific project with many benefits to the neighborhood and the city. This approval is a result of many people working together to find solutions. Her current research interests include health inequalities in rural areas, socio-demographic change in rural Australia and the impacts of changes in service provision on rural residents and communities.
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Her latest book Newcomers to Old Town: Suburbanization of the Heartland examines small community change and received the Robert E. Her current research examines the effect of rural trailer park life on families and children. She has a background in community work and is active in community action and research. Much of the current literature on the problem of homelessness has focused on narrow, nationally-based studies, usually done in the United States and England, with little cross-cultural analysis.
There is a need for material that attempts to bring together studies conducted in different countries … Wright, 1 Rural homelessness. My experience? My take on it? In this area, it is a life situation that happens every day to all kinds of people for all kinds of reasons. And it remains, for the most part, invisible in the rural landscape. Cairns, 3 This book is concerned with providing the sort of critical international perspective on homelessness that is called for by Wright in the introduction to a previous edited international text on homelessness Hutin and Wright, At the same time, we feel that assumptions made by the contributors to this book about the spatialities of contemporary homelessness are indicative of a wider neglect of the geographies of homelessness in different countries.
While we would not want deny the academic value of this and other studies of homelessness in global cities, we do consider that their particular spatial foci leave unanswered some important questions about the differential visibilities and complex spatialities of homelessness within contemporary society. In particular, we feel that the continued focus on the city as the principal site of homelessness 2 Paul Milbourne and Paul Cloke research and writing has downplayed the significance of other less obvious and less public forms of homelessness that occur in different spaces, most notably small towns and rural areas.
As the second quotation, from a speech by a woman who has recently been homeless in rural Canada, illustrates, homelessness represents an everyday phenomenon in particular rural areas, impacting on the lives of a broad range of people and displaying similar qualities to city-based homelessness.
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Yet the subject of rural homelessness has received relatively little academic scrutiny and political attention over the last couple of decades. While the dominance of urban-focused research and policy agendas has played an important part within this neglect, it is also the case that the nature of rural homelessness itself makes it a more problematic subject for research.
The rural homeless tend not to be concentrated in visible public spaces such as the shopping street or obvious welfare spaces for example, hostels and shelters , for these spaces are absent within many rural areas. Instead, homeless people are more likely to be dispersed across smaller rural settlements, living in precarious forms of housing, or experiencing more hidden forms of rooflessness in the natural environment.
The rural homeless thus represent less identifiable and quantifiable research as well as media and political subjects than their urban counterparts. These invisibilities compound, and are themselves compounded by, local policy neglects of homelessness in rural areas.
In many ways, policy intervention depends on the easy identification and measurement of problems: if homeless people cannot be encountered and quantified then it becomes difficult to make political claims about the significance of rural homelessness and to secure policy resources to tackle such homelessness. The absence of key welfare services for homeless groups in many rural places, though, makes the task of identifying the rural homeless more challenging and the experience of being homeless in rural areas more difficult.
As Cairns notes, in the description of her recent experiences of homelessness in rural Canada: … even when I was in hospital, knowing that I was without housing, aware of how bent over in pain I was physically and emotionally, there was no response from any professional there.