MUSKEGON, MI – Nestled inside an old bank building downtown, Muskegon-area residents and visitors on Saturday cruised through a small bazaar featuring everything from fresh pastries and coffee to knick-knacks and earthy apparel.
The affair, also known as the Muskegon Indoor Winter Market, began sluggishly as participants celebrated the second round of the relatively new effort created to promote Muskegon’s up-and-coming district.
HAMPTON — Planners are working on a zoning amendment to promote a quaint New England feeling downtown and more pedestrian-friendly measures that encourage people to park in municipal lots then walk the downtown as they shop and dine.
JACKSON, Mississippi — Fresh off getting the boot from Jackson’s Farish Street redevelopment project, developer David Watkins took over the chairmanship of Downtown Jackson Partners Wednesday.
Watkins, principal of Watkins Development and rescuer of the King Edward Hotel and Standard Life Building, succeeds Trustmark Bank’s Harry Walker as chair of the public-private agency that oversees downtown’s Business Improvement District and seeks to promote downtown as a live, work and play destination.
(Kingston, Jamaica) In keeping with its public-education and key business strategies, the JDIC, in collaboration with the financial system safety net partners policyholders and stakeholders, including the Bank of Jamaica and the Jamaica Stock Exchange, will be working together to promote and contribute to financial system confidence and stability.
MPC’s Fifth Annual Placemaking Contest is calling for the best ideas to bring Chicago’s Union Station to life.
Read complete Contest Guidelines and apply by Wednesday, July 24, at activateunionstation.com