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"As part of its campaign to build economic development through better mass transportation, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration is giving about $6.4 million to 11 communities to spur residential or commercial growth near transit hubs."
So, how close is the apartment to public transit? The Boston Globe  – June 17, 2016 When Evan Ozimek-Maier and his wife, Alyssa, moved back to Massachusetts from California, they had one key requirement for their new home: It had to be...
"​With 5.8 million residents and an economic output of more than $300 billion, the Greater Miami regional economy is one of the largest in the world, comparable to Singapore or Hong Kong."
"A proposal to build a Metro station in Alexandria’s growing Potomac Yard community, which officials say is needed for increasing transportation choices and attracting transit-oriented development, is moving forward after years of delays."
The smart city delusionThe Straits Times – June 14, 2016Unfortunately, egged on by swarms of technology companies and management consultants, these visions of technological utopia face a real risk of turning into expensive delusions. 
"The 2016 Grand Prize went to Brush Park Parcels A+B, a neighborhood development project adjacent to downtown Detroit that combined historic preservation, human-scaled design, and cutting-edge architecture."
#CNU24 wraps up with City as Platform sessions across twelve Detroit neighborhoods.
#CNU24 spreads across Detroit with tours, plenary sessions, and events.
"228 cities around the world are taking the lead on climate action, setting greenhouse gas reduction goals or targets."
#CNU24 continues with more insights, ideas, and exploring in Detroit.
While it is good to see that non-profit and municipal leaders are engaged in addressing this crisis, it is also important to address widely held biases and beliefs in our community which makes the affordable housing crisis even more problematic."
Detroit comes alive with sessions, tours, workshops, and events at #CNU24