Placemaking as an Economic Development Tool: A Placemaking Guidebook

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May 31, 2016 - Author: Mark Wyckoff, , Glenn Pape and Kurt Schindler

Placemaking Guidebook Front Cover ImageThe Land Policy Institute, in collaboration with the MIplaceTM Partnership Initiative, released the most comprehensive guidebook on placemaking in 2016, drawing from the best works available. The Placemaking Guidebook seeks to assist neighborhoods and communities with quickly reshaping their thinking and acting on how effective placemaking can greatly enhance community and economic development.

This copyrighted publication includes the research that supports placemaking, identifies the elements (good form, public engagement, planning processes of placemaking and the regulatory tools) to achieve it, and then takes a deep dive into each of the four types of placemaking to use to create new quality places in your community.

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For questions, please send an email to the National Charrette Institute at MSU or call (517) 884-0795.

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Placemaking Guidebook Webinar: Inside the Guidebook (52 minutes)

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Case Example

Campus Martius Case Example from Ch. 1 of the Placemaking Guidebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tags: brad neumann, built environment, land use and placemaking, mark wyckoff, msu extension, national charrette institute


Related Topic Areas

MIPlace Partnership Initiative


Authors

Mark A. Wyckoff

Mark A. Wyckoff
wyckoff@msu.edu

Brad Neumann

Brad Neumann
906-475-5731
neuman36@msu.edu


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National Charrette Institute
Land Policy

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