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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Attracting Infill Development in Distressed Communities

Title:
Attracting Infill Development in Distressed Communities

Abstract:
Infill development occurs in a built-up neighborhood, often using vacant land or rehabilitating existing properties. Infill development can bring many benefits, including financial savings for municipalities, increased property values for residents and businesses, easier travel, reduced pollution, and economic stabilization of neighborhoods. This report helps communities determine their readiness to pursue infill development and identify strategies to better position themselves to attract infill development.

URL:
http://www2.epa.gov/smart-growth/attracting-infill-development-distressed-communities

Source:
U.S. EPA

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2015

Associated Sectors:

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