revitalization


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75 million is available for the HOPE VI Revitalization Program, which public housing authorities use to demolish, rehabilitate or rebuild severely distressed public housing units.
We've tried to position this (project) as a piece of the larger urban revitalization,'' says David Malmuth, a senior vice president of San Diego-based TrizecHahn.
Downtown Idea Exchange" is published twice-monthly by the Downtown Research & Development Center, a leader in providing news, information and reference materials to downtown revitalization professionals in the U.
No additional funding was needed to expand the revitalization area, he said, because the city already has contracted an architect to provide participating business owners with conceptual drawings for the new exterior designs, that fit in with the downtown's western and Spanish colonial decor.
City planners with statistics on the number of business owners who have applied for revitalization grants could not be reached for comment.
has completed its revitalization project in the Archer County Regular Field in Archer County, Texas and today will have 9 wells producing oil to the stock tanks and will report the stabilized oil production by the weekend.
Elements of the plan include funding for the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation, new community and cultural amenities, neighborhood rejuvenation projects including the revitalization of both waterfronts, investments in Chinatown and a $50 million strategy for the creation, preservation and revitalization of over 3,000 units of affordable housing.
I think the revitalization of the downtown corridor is equally just as important,'' said Di Tomaso.
The revitalization of Defense Technology has been slower than anticipated due to conflicts between NewMarket and Defense Technology management.
In 2004, we were involved in numerous initiatives including the revitalization of Lower Manhattan, fighting for key legislation that affects the industry, major land use proposals to foster our City's growth, and new organizational initiatives to better serve our members.
If there's going to be a revitalization of the mall area, the city might want to revisit the ordinance in the mall area, but I would definitely not support liquor sales near schools or homes,'' said Montanez.
the "Tender Offeror") submitted pursuant to Article 3 Paragraph 1 of the Industrial Revitalization Law (the "Industrial Revitalization Law") was approved by the competent minister as of December 22, 2005 and accordingly, the Tender Offeror has amended its purposes of the Tender Offer.
The enormous revitalization, which involves an 816-unit affordable housing complex named Sea Park, represents one of the largest affordable housing transactions ever completed.
Deborah Holley, who manages San Luis Obispo's downtown revitalization program, told the Santa Clarita City Council and the Newhall Redevelopment Committee in a special study session about her city's business improvement district, or BID.
The restructuring plan which the Tender Offeror and the Target Company submitted pursuant to Article 3 Paragraph 1 of the Industrial Revitalization Law (the "Industrial Revitalization Law") was approved by the competent minister as of December 22, 2005, and accordingly, the Tender Offeror has amended its purposes of the Tender Offer.