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Handbook for Navigating through the Minneapolis Commercial Corridor Process.

Lukermann, Barbara L., Mariia V. Zimmerman, and Deb Martin.

A renewed interest in commercial corridors has emerged as neighborhoods in Minneapolis have identified areas needing revitalization. Planning and implementing a commercial corridor revitalization is complex and time-consuming. This 1996 handbook serves as a guide to the process. It supplies worksheets, flowcharts, and a glossary of terms and organizations. It identifies the important questions to ask, resources to consider, and issues to address. It outlines the process from creating a vision statement, to forming a planning team, to securing funding, and celebratin completion of the implementation.

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Sponsored by Neighborhood Planning for Community Revitalization, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
35 pp.
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