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Transformational Intent

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Intent on competing in an increasingly global marketplace that allows people more freedom to live where they want, cities are reimagining their futures with new greenways, parks, and public spaces that incentivize the development of vibrant communities. One particular strain of designed intervention is the adaptive reuse of underutilized infrastructure—abandoned railroads, industrialized riverfronts, gridlocked freeways, and channelized waterways—as renewed conduits of urban life.

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