Examples across the country of cities adapting historic industrial districts for new uses have inspired other cities to leverage this untapped resource to create newly invigorated urban neighborhoods and tourist destinations. With their interesting architecture and raw authenticity, these industrial districts provide an opportunity to create unique places, as has been done at Vancouver, British Columbia’s Yaletown; New York City’s Meatpacking District; Richmond, Virginia’s Tobacco Row; and Portland, Oregon’s Brewery Blocks.
Recycling old warehouses
Published on January 1st, 2009
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