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Old 12-20-2013, 01:37 PM
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Other cities are becoming creative with their efforts. In the last decade, Louisville, Ky., converted much of its subsidized housing downtown to marketrate real estate, and it expanded retail offerings. Now it adding a twist. This year, the mayor unveiled a publicprivate initiative to revive downtown Louisville Whiskey Row. Buildings were rescued from scheduled demolition by a trader group for promising, Belstaff Toronto with the help of government aid, to preserve the facades from the area castiron buildings. Two years later renovations are under way, and the buildings are required to house bourbonthemed restaurants and nightlife spots, adding to Barbour Jacket Uk the success of nearby projects like the mixeduse Whiskey Row Lofts.
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"We are visiting a combination of the economics of infrastructure and also the change in demographics give downtown housing markets more of a leg up," says Jeff Soule, a fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners and a director at the American Planning Association.
Larger cities with increased established business districts happen to be proving this to be the case. Seattle, for example, has welcomed a "condo craze" in its downtown over the past year, based on Dean Jones of Realogics Sotheby International Realty. He projects the first quarter of 2013 median home price will rise $500,000 up 35% from a year earlier as people flock to the area and inventory levels dwindle.
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