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Across the country, local governments have tried different strategies — often in combination — to build up commercial space for residents and revitalize struggling neighborhoods.
THESE CITIES TRIED TO TACKLE DISINVESTMENT. HERE ARE LESSONS FROM WHAT HAPPENED.BY HARU CORYNE AND TONY BRISCOEDECEMBER 30, 2020PROPUBLICA
Now, having “decided to focus on the challenges in my own backyard,” he is founder and president of Urban Juncture, a social enterprise he started in 2003 to revitalize disinvested communities in Chicago.
A COMMUNITY RENAISSANCE ON CHICAGO’S SOUTH SIDEKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
These essentials revitalizes scalp hydration no matter your curl type and texture.
10 BEAUTY GIFTS THAT ARE ACTUALLY STILL IN STOCKCMURRAYDECEMBER 18, 2020ESSENCE.COM
They have been more concerned with revitalizing the retail and housing mix, adding trees and reducing traffic congestion.
ARLINGTON MAY SWAP LEE HIGHWAY NAME FOR MILDRED AND RICHARD LOVING AVENUEPATRICIA SULLIVANDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
For years, he also worked to revitalize downtown Las Vegas, pledging $350 million in 2013 for redevelopment.
TONY HSIEH, RETIRED ZAPPOS CEO, DIES AT 46VERNE KOPYTOFFNOVEMBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
Chief agent in revitalization of Greek mythology, 220 et sqq.
LIFE OF JOHN KEATSSIDNEY COLVIN
Mankind soon lost connection with the spiritual dynamo of revitalization—except most intermittingly.
OLD TIMES IN DIXIE LANDCAROLINE E. MERRICK
There is, then, no lasting revitalization from this tide of life.
THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
That is to say, that here also she lives on her reserves, that she has no means of revitalization.
NEW YORK TIMES, CURRENT HISTORY, VOL 1, ISSUE 1VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO REVITALIZATION

  • awakening
  • continuation
  • rebirth
  • recharging
  • recommencement
  • refilling
  • reformation
  • regeneration
  • rejuvenation
  • replenishment
  • restoration
  • resurgence
  • resurrection
  • revitalization
  • revival
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