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Synonyms for downtown

the central area or commercial center of a town or city

of or located in the lower part of a town, or in the business center

Antonyms

toward or in the lower or central part of town

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the only national consulting firm specializing in the economic renaissance of downtowns and older business districts.
In an effort to accelerate the expansion of the city's third-largest business district, Downtown Brooklyn's key stakeholders this week launched the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.
In producing these familiar images from the teens, twenties and thirties--now in great demand at book fairs, paper shows and on eBay--civic leaders touched up the images of their downtowns.
High-priced consultants for the developers and hometown merchants either paint rosy pictures of upscale shopping environments, or depict doomsday scenarios of downtown decay, replete with tumbleweeds.
We like to be pioneers and have been very successful in downtowns like San Pedro that are refocusing on their urban core.
Produced by nationally renowned downtown experts HyettPalma, the presentation allows local officials to show their constituents what the America Downtown program is all about and what it can do for their downtowns.
in council chambers will be a workshop called ``Main Street 101 and Virtual Tour of Downtowns.
In addition, Downtown Brooklyn offers cultural activities that are unparalleled when compared to other downtowns across the country.
Lancaster Boulevard retains an advantage over other communities' downtowns because of its performing arts center, museums and library, City Manager Bob LaSala said.
All of the Indiana Downtown communities are joining communities nationwide that are implementing successful downtown enhancement programs and bringing to life their visions of the downtowns of their future.
The object is to recognize change and adapt to it so we can preserve the economic viability of our downtowns.
After decades of trial and error, a significant degree of knowledge is in place regarding what will work--and just as importantly, what will likely not work--to improve our downtowns.
But because Burbank, by all accounts, is quite happy in its own cityhood, Van Nuys, followed by Woodland Hills, top the list of the downtowns that would serve the sixth-largest city in the country should it leave L.
the only national consulting firm specializing in the economic enhancement of downtowns and the National League of Cities.
Today there are many downtowns throughout this city.