The Inne Circle

Stromberg, Meghan
October 2006
Planning;Oct2006, Vol. 72 Issue 9, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan made by the local government of Forth Worth, Texas to revitalize the city by designating future growth centers and transforming shabby commercial corridors into activity centers for the surrounding neighborhoods. Capital improvements, mixed use zoning and economic incentives are considered to be the key redevelopment tools. The new zoning allows housing in commercial districts. Rapid growth throughout the watershed has meant that flood control measures are no longer suffice.


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