Downtown Revitalization and Historic Preservation:
Creating More Livable Cities for the 21st Century
Monday, August 23
6:30 ? 8:00 pm
Downtown development based on a respect for history, culture, and place is proving to be not only popular, but also economically sustainable ? and may be just what cities need to prosper and thrive in the 21st century. Rodney L. Swink, FASLA, director of the Office of Urban Development in the North Carolina Division of Community Assistance, considers these types of livable downtowns and how they may guide the growth of other urban areas. ? 1.5 HSW CEU
$12 Museum and ASLA members, and students; $17 nonmembers. Registration required.
Added by gu20 on August 20, 2004