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Tag Archives: Lou Glazer
If you are a placemaker, an aspiring pop up retailer, and you Tweet then you may want to check out this event
Attention All Placemaking+Pop Up Retail+Twitter Enthusiasts: On Tuesday, the grassroots focused organization Let’s Save Michigan will host its second Twitter-based conversation, bringing together experts in an open dialogue about placemaking. The first event was themed around transportation. This time, the … Continue reading
The following shortened blog post is adapted from my column in the upcoming March/April edition of The Review magazine. The editon will be filled with stories about how Detroit is being reimagined and reinvigorated. ***************************** Imagine your body without your … Continue reading
Check out this great review of the book that shares this blog’s name, The Economics of Place. The review is from good the people at Better! Cities & Towns, a outstanding resource for those interested in urbanism. If you haven’t … Continue reading
I am enjoying a little R&R this week, so I will share the good work of others as it pertains to the economic, social and cultural importance of place. First off, check out a recent article on the importance of … Continue reading
From Planetizen’s Top 10 Books for 2012. EoP – “noteworthy.” The Economics of Place: The Value of Building Communities Around People Edited by Colleen Layton, Tawny Pruitt and Kim Cekola Michigan Municipal League, 175 pages The Economics of Place maps … Continue reading