Smart Growth Roundup for the Week of May 27, 2012

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Connective Corridor in Syracuse is starting to take shape.  Photo Courtesy: The Post Standard

From Massena to Chautauqua (and between and beyond), your weekly Smart Growth Roundup covers a lot of ground.

Local

Venerable Engel Farm fades away
Market Street projects await state fundingMLS Fans Get Chance to Argue For Stadium on Hudson River (Corning)
Rochester Rail Station Renderings Revealed
Unarrested Development? – Curbed NY
Responding to the Adirondack Club and Resort lawsuit
Uniland to repay $490000 to HUD (Buffalo)
Catskills resort developments still on hold
Coming Soon: New York’s first Legoland (Yonkers)
New WTC spurring hotel development
Massena downtown consultant plans visit this week
Rebuilding waterfront, bit by bit (Buffalo)
Elmwood must thrive (Buffalo)

State 

47 Years Later, Lower East Side Revamp Moves Forward
Do we really need to knock it down?
UB Launches PhD Program in Urban and Regional Planning
Smart growth for the forests
NY Thruway Bonds Slump on Tappan Zee Cost

National/International 

America Must Invest in Bigger and Better Infrastructure Projects
Now Coveted: A Walkable, Convenient Place
Crowd-Sourcing Can’t Build Bridges': Looking Beyond the Rebuild Era
How Property Rights Could Help Save the EnvironmentCan cities desegregate?
A 30,000-Square-Foot Community Garden, in a Parking Garage
A City Rises, Along With Its Hopes
Challenge Detroit: 30 chosen for inaugural program aimed at urban revitalization
Why We Pay More for Walkable Neighborhoods
Making Rural Transit Work
The Pseudo-Suburbanist’s Dilemma
Infrastructure Banks Star in State-Local Test Runs
Talking Head Talks Bikes

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