James Rouse combined urban renewal with entrepreneurship

Laborde, Errol
April 1996
New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);4/15/96, Vol. 16 Issue 41, p5
Presents information on James Rouse, an urban pioneer in the United States who die from Lou Gehrig's disease. Rouse's involvement in the development of various central cities including Faneuil Hall Market Place and Harbor Place; Locations of developments; Development of American cities; His role as a member of the federal housing commission in the 1960s; Content of wire service obituary in `The Times-Picayune.


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