One downtown is bustling and vibrant, the other is a wannabe

Egger, Ed
May 2008
Inside Tucson Business;5/26/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 51, p3
The article compares the developments of the Downtown Tempe and Downtown Tucson in Arizona. It states that the Urban Land Institute of Southern Arizona held a compare and contrast session of the two downtowns. Tucson has incipient arts and museum districts, and plan for streetcar linkages among key areas. Meanwhile, Tempe officials reveal that one of the most challenging aspects of their downtown renewal is to provide public parking.


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