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Publications

A few recommended publications on urban planning, government, vacant properties, and historic preservation.  This list will be updated often, so please do check back from time to time.

(Last update, January 30, 2012).

Meeting The Challenge Of Distressed Property Investors In America’s Neighborhoods (Link opens a PDF)

Abell Foundation Study of HABC (Link opens a PDF)

The Revitalization of Vacant Properties:  Where Broken Windows Meet Smart Growth (Link opens a PDF of the publication)

Restoring Properties, Rebuilding Communities, Transforming Vacant Properties in Today’s America

The Returning City:  Historic Preservation and Transit in the Age of Civic Revival (Link opens a PDF of the publication)

Transformed Housing:  Major Improvements in CHA Residents’ Quality of Life

Responsible Redevelopment:  Relocation Road Map 1.0

Facing the Urban Challenge:  The Federal Government and America’s Older Distressed Cities

Finding Place in “Making Connections” Communities:  Applying GIS to Residents’ Perceptions of Their Neighborhoods (Link opens a PDF of the publication)

Baltimore Housing, Draft Consolidated Plan (Link opens a PDF of the publication)

City Councils in Philadelphia and Other Major Cities:  Who Holds Office, How Long They Serve, and How Much it All Costs (Includes stats for Baltimore).

Community Information Toolkit: Building Stronger Communities Through Information Exchange (Link to info page, can download PDF)

Mapping Digital Media:  Citizen Journalism and the Internet (Link to info page, can download PDF)

Mapping Digital Media:  Digitization and Media Business Models (Link to info page, can download PDF)

America’s Rental Housing:  Meeting Challenges, Building Opportunities (Link to info page, can download PDF)

The East Baltimore Revitalization Initiative — Responsible Demolition:  A Baltimore Case Study with National Implications (Link to info page, can download PDF)

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