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The Re-Emergence of the American Downtown

A Shift in FocusIn 1940, with less than 20 percent of Americans living in rural or suburban areas, metropolitan downtown remained the hub of economic activity in the United States. Even families who lived outside of the city had to travel downtown for entertainment, including theatres, plays, restaurants, gathering space, and commerce. These figures changed drastically when the post-war automobile boom made it possible to live outs...

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Macy's Fulfillment Center

Macy's Fulfillment Center

Regional and state leaders worked together to bring the ...
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Champion’s Club at Razorback – Fayetteville, AR

Champion’s Club at Razorback – Fayetteville, AR

The Champions’ Club at Razorback offers off-campus...
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Russellville Depot Park

Russellville Depot Park

Located in the heart of downtown Russellville, the Depot...
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