How are private corporations and local cultures of entrepreneurship shaping the social, economic and built landscapes of cities?
After multiple citizen protests and an attempted lawsuit against the retailer, Wal-Mart opened on Saturday, September 14th in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. The Neighborhood Market, on Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard and Grand Avenue, not only opposes the people’s’ interest but also threatens Chinatown’s economy.
Excellent fly-through visualization from the New York Times on the transformative urban development undertaken during Bloomberg years.
By PETER KRONER, Editor, USC MPL At the heart of every great civilization lies a sophisticated, accessible, and plentiful food surplus that sustains all members of its society. In modern […]