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Neighborhood Development & Revitalization

This week on Stay Tuned, The Nine Network’s own Jim Kirchherr steps in for Casey Nolen to host the first in our two-part discussion about neighborhood development and revitalization. Paul McKee’s NorthSide Regeneration Project has been met with speculation, criticism, and uncertainty from residents and community leaders. What’s ahead? What can we learn from development in this area, and how is it relevant in surrounding neighborhoods and communities across the region?

The market is changing to make development easier”

- Deron Lovaas

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