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TitleThe Livability Economy: People, Places, and Prosperity
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DateJuly 2015
Pages28 pp.
DescriptionThis report shows how livability initiatives contribute to improved economic performance and a more vibrant, desirable, and competitive environment for housing and commercial investment. The framework of the report focuses on design factors that feature four livability outcomes that benefit older adults and people of all ages, including compactness, integration of land uses, housing diversity, and transportation options.
Filed inTransportation > Access, Housing > Affordable housing, Aging > Civic engagement, Aging > Health, Aging > Housing, Aging > Transportation
TopicsAging, Housing, Transportation
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