Authors: Marc Lefkovitz
October 19, 2010
Publication:
Next American City
One thousand practitioners gathered in Cleveland this week at the Reclaiming Vacant Properties conference to share what metro areas still reeling from the foreclosure crisis and the recession are doing to turn around a glut of boarded up buildings and vacated land. The latest statistics put vacated properties in the U.S. at five million acres, the size of a small country, U.S. EPA’s Joseph Dufficy said during a session titled, “Decision Making for Alternative Site Reuse"....
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