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END 442– Central City Revitalization

Course Details

Course No.: 10392

Department: Urban and Regional Planning

Semester: 2015 Fall

Location: Hayes B – 07

Meeting Day(s): Wednesday

Meeting Time: 3:00PM - 5:40PM

Faculty: Taylor Jr

Faculty: Taylor Jr

This course explores the dynamics of central city revitalization in shrinking cities that are located in both growing and shrinking metropolitan regions. Operating within a social and racial justice framework, it examines efforts to revitalize central cities so they are transformed into people-centered urban communities that maximize the abilities of each person to realize their full human potential. The goal of central city revitalization, then, is to build just metropolitan cities.