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Making Places, October 2005: Public Markets Edition

  • Subject: [cg] Making Places, October 2005: Public Markets Edition
  • From: "Katie Salay" ksalay@pps.org
  • Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 12:43:51 -0400
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  • Thread-topic: Making Places, October 2005: Public Markets Edition

Making Places: News and Thoughts from Project for Public Spaces 

Public Markets Edition
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005


Feature Story:
The Great Revival of Public Markets

America's future may be small vendors as much as big boxes. 

PPS's upcoming Public Markets Conference examines how the next
generation of markets is emerging as a viable alternative to
conventional development projects like convention centers or big-box
retail. 
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/market_revival


In This Issue:

Ten Qualities of Successful Public Markets

100 well-tested tips on how you can create your own great market.
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/ten_characteristics


Markets at Their Best 

Public markets are an essential building block of great cities--in the
same way as parks, streets, and buildings. This gallery of historic and
contemporary photos shows why.
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/market_gallery


The Sensuous Shopper

Confessions of a man who cannot get enough fresh tomatoes. [read
more...]
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/october2005_town_square


How Markets Can Turn a Place Around

Three ways to make sure there's a "there" there. 
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/markets_placemaking


A New Kind of Market Economics

Three ambitious projects launch low-income entrepreneurs on the road to
success. 
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/markets_economic_developm
ent


For the Health of It

Farmers markets boost the prospects of low-income communities with
fresh, wholesome food.
http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/october2005/markets_health


Making Places Editors:
Benjamin Fried
Jay Walljasper
Andy Wiley-Schwartz 

PPS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating and sustaining
public places that build communities. 

________________________________

Project for Public Spaces
700 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, New York 10003
United States
www.pps.org


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