Why the ‘Back to the City’ Movement is not a Choice but a NecessityPosted: April 7, 2012
By Isaac Kremer
Published: April 7, 2012
Census data this week revealed how population growth in town and city centers outpaced that of suburbs for the first time in more than two decades. The timeliness of this news given the fact that the National Main Street Center held their Main Street Conference this week in Baltimore – where advocates from across the country got together to discuss strategies for revitalizing historic downtown areas – is an irony not easily lost on some.