Local Markets

 

Local Markets

  • Uptight (Everything is Alright)

    Detroit AIA's Urban Priorities Committee hopes to revitalize its city despite Motown's terminal prognosis.

     
  • Local Market: Columbia, S.C.

    A look at market conditions and signature works in Columbia, S.C.

     
  • Local Market: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

    Strong business growth is anticipated for the world's largest corn processor.

     
  • Naval Hospital / Guam

    Naval Hospital / Guam: The island's economy is influenced by Asia and the U.S., buffered by military spending.

     
  • Sioux Falls, S.D.

    The economic slowdown landed in Sioux Falls later and more gently than in other U.S. cities, so a recovery should occur sooner.

     
  • Albany, N.Y.

    Although the economy of the Empire State's capital city was already stalled when the recession hit, Albany is poised for a recovery.

     
  • Cheyenne, Wyo.

    Steady government work at all levels has fostered a relatively stable economy in Cheyenne, Wyo., the northern anchor of the Front Range Urban Corridor.

     
  • Ellicott City & Columbia, Md.

    Although they represent different eras in Maryland's growth, Ellicott City and Columbia drive Howard County's economic and real estate development.

     
  • Norman, Okla.

    With its vibrant downtown and historic neighborhoods, not to mention the University of Oklahoma, Norman has much to offer for businesses and creative minds.

     
  • Newark, N.J.

    Thanks to efforts by Newark leaders, the Garden State's largest city is undergoing an urban renewal, though it has been slowed by the recession.

     
 
 
 

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