Shift toward downtown living brings push for public plazas

Creating public spaces used to be a top-down process, in which developers received concessions or tax breaks for constructing them. Now, in some cities the public is requesting open spaces and, in some cases, contributing to their upkeep. The shift comes as young, educated Americans increasingly reside in downtown areas and want to see concrete islands and parking spaces become green spaces.

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