Futurist: Toronto in 2010 – Torontoist

The Torontoist is running a special section this week to look at the future of Toronto
goto Futurist: Toronto in 2010 – Torontoist to find out more information

How does Port Angeles look? Experts arrive for beautification – Peninsula Daily News

Peninsula Daily News reports

“They have come to Port Angeles from as far away as Boston and Ithaca, N.Y.

A seven-member group of planners and architects charged with assessing the vitality of the city’s business district and planning for the future was introduced to community leaders on Monday.”

For the entire article and list of the expert team goto the
SOURCE: Peninsula Daily News – How does Port Angeles look? Experts arrive for beautification

Civic Park’s design has an identity crisis – Los Angeles Times

CHRISTOPHER HAWTHORNE at Los Angeles Times in his critic states

“Mark Rios’ plan to link the Music Center and City Hall with greenery is far-reaching yet uncompelling.”

Read more @ the SOURCE: Los Angeles Times – Civic Park’s design has an identity crisis

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Empty big boxes not easy to fill | CharlotteObserver.com

Jen Aronoff of CharlotteObserver.com reports

Recent bankruptcies in the USA has opened 900,000 sq. ft. of retail space.

“The International Council of Shopping Centers says an estimated 148,000 stores closed across the country in 2008, the most since 2001, with 73,000 more projected to shut by July”

[SOURCE: CharlotteObserver.com - Empty big boxes not easy to fill]

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U. of Pennsylvania Will Spend $40-Million on a New ‘Penn Park’ – Chronicle.com

Chronicle.com – Buildings & Grounds: reports

“The University of Pennsylvania plans to spend some $40-million creating a park full of playing fields on 24 acres of land between the Schuylkill River and what is now the east end of the campus. The land, to be known as Penn Park, includes a large parcel that the university bought recently from the U.S. Postal Service, which used 14 acres of it for parking for what used to be Philadelphia’s main mail-sorting facility.

The park, which is expected to be finished in two years, was designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates. The site will include a system for capturing rainwater and using it for irrigation.”

[SOURCE: Buildings & Grounds: U. of Pennsylvania Will Spend $40-Million on a New 'Penn Park' - Chronicle.com]

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