Revista Land LinesEnero 2020Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores the elimination of single-family zoning in Minneapolis, the potential for funding green infrastructure with value capture, the impacts of the shifting retail landscape on...
Episode 8: Hartford, Ready for a RebootRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2019By Anthony Flint, December 19, 2019
A classic post-industrial city on the brink of bankruptcy, Hartford, Connecticut, has overhauled its zoning and turned abandoned factories into craft breweries and makers spaces. Can the city be just...
How Municipalities Are Navigating the Changing Retail LandscapeRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2019By Gregory Scruggs, December 16, 2019
For decades, shopping malls have been a major source of local property and sales tax revenue. But with malls across the country losing tenants and the media proclaiming a retail apocalypse, local...
Un experimento sobre el redesarrollo comunitario echa raíces en una universidad cerrada de DetroitRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2019Por Anna Clark
Marygrove College está cerrando las puertas, pero en el campus se está gestando una nueva escuela para alumnos desde preescolar hasta posgrado. Gracias a una innovadora asociació...
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2019Editado por Katharine Wroth
En este número, revelamos el sorprendente rol de los juegos en los cursos del Instituto Lincoln the Políticas de Suelo en América Latina y otros lugares, informamos sobre un...
How a New Land Policy Could Help Unwind Apartheid in Cape Town, South AfricaRevista Land LinesOctubre 2019By Will Jason, October 18, 2019
Twenty-five years after apartheid, Cape Town is still deeply segregated. One solution could lie in a policy that taps rising real estate values to create affordable housing in neighborhoods with good...
At a Shuttered Detroit College, a Community Development Experiment Takes RootRevista Land LinesSeptiembre 2019By Anna Clark, September 13, 2019
Detroit’s Marygrove College is closing its doors, but a new school serving preschoolers through graduate students is taking shape on its campus. Thanks to an innovative public–private...
Learning From China's Explosive Urban GrowthRevista Land LinesAgosto 2019By Katharine Wroth, August 19, 2019
Over the past four decades, more than 500 million people have moved from rural China to the nation’s cities, leading to rapid and often uncoordinated urbanization. A recent conference in...
Vermont Attempts a Kinder, Gentler TIF—But Will it Work?Revista Land LinesAgosto 2019By Will Jason, August 20, 2019
Vermont has enacted some of the nation’s tightest restrictions on tax increment financing, a common economic development tool with a less-than-stellar track record. Can these guardrails make TIF work?
Three Rust Belt Cities Share Strategies for Equitable RevitalizationRevista Land LinesMayo 2019By Emma Zehner, May 28, 2019
Leaders from Rochester, New York; Lansing, Michigan; and Akron, Ohio, are collaborating and comparing notes on how to equitably revitalize midsize legacy cities.