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As an economic tool, culture is a hot ticket. Across the nation, cities have turned to the arts as an economic development strategy. At last count, no fewer than 90 U.S. cities had put forward plans to use culture to revitalize distressed areas. For the most part, such plans focus on the direct economic impact of large-scale institutions and planned cultural districts. In New York, for example, the Brooklyn Academy of Music LDC is developing a 14-block, $560 million “cultural district” in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene.
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Stern, Mark J., "NYC Inc: Performing Miracles" (2002). Other SIAP Publications. 1.
Date Posted: 17 May 2017