Tag: blight

October 15, 2009

A History Lesson with APHA and the Built Environment

by Andre Blackman Over the past 100 years, public health in the United States has grown in importance by leaps and bounds. Much of the field has its historical roots based in events surrounding disease prevention, population safety and a slew of regulations that were …

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October 5, 2009

The ‘Vacancy’ Blight: Finding New Uses for Empty Stores

From art galleries to health clinics, new uses are being considered for unoccupied space. Empty spaces are literally leaving gaps within communities and property owners must rethink who “ideal” tenants are. From Time | The ‘Vacancy’ Blight: Finding New Uses for Empty Stores Last spring, …

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