1982, English, Book edition: Improving the management of downtown public spaces: a national overview of programs for private sector downtown organizations. [electronic resource] Project for Public Spaces.

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  • 73 p. + appendix
Language
  • English

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  • Improving the management of downtown public spaces: a national overview of programs for private sector downtown organizations.
Also Titled
  • Downtown crossing.
Author
  • Project for Public Spaces.
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  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 73 p. + appendix
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  • ...discusses areas of concern in maintaining vibrant downtown shopping areas; covers such issues as funding sources, supplementing city services (maintenance, security, transportation management); includes section on creating a downtown marketplace that covers activity programming (special events such as parades, street fairs, sidewalk sales, ethnic festivals, street performers and musicians, etc.), vendors, farmers markets and improving the design of public space together with specific examples in cities across the country and questions to consider when planning for each; an appendix contains case studies of Special TAx Assessment Districts; this item was in the BRA collection...
Language
  • English
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