Lessons from Atlantic City on using casinos to spur regeneration, by Cliff Hague

While in Philadelphia recently for the annual conference of the American Collegiate Schools of Planning I was able to make a trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey, a place famous for its use of casinos as a driver for urban regeneration.

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