DJP & Downtown
Articles of Interest
Downtown Jackson Partners is constantly networking with similar downtown associations across the country, sharing our experiences and benefiting from their's. In the process we have assembled articles of interest for our neighborhood.
After 30 Years of Bike/Ped Advocacy, How Far Have We Come
10 Techniques for Making Cities More Walkable
Make Way for People
Now Coveted: A Walkable, Convenient Place
NYC Study Finds Protected Bicycle Lanes Boost Local Business
Pedestrian Malls are So 20th Century
Walk this Way: The Economic Promise of Walkable Places in Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Turns Out Bike Lanes Are Really Good for Local Business
Department of Revenue
Cushman and Wakefield Study
DFA Letter to Governor Recommending Landmark Center
Governor Barbour Letter to Legislature
DOR Belongs in the Capital City - Clarion-Ledger
The MBJ View: Saving Downtown Jackson and big dollars to boot
CRAWFORD: Is everyone, including Phillip Gunn, a RINO these days - MBJ Business Blog
Best fiscal choice for state tax commission is to be in Jackson - MBJ Mind Over Money
Op-Ed MBJ: The shared fortunes of Jackson and its suburbs
A Letter to the Taxpayers of Mississippi - Clarion-Ledger
Are ulterior motives at play in move? - Natchez Democrat
Department of Revenue Belongs Downtown (Gov. William Winter) - Clarion-Ledger
Recommendation For New Department Of Revenue Site Expected As Early As Friday - Clarion-Ledger
Clinton’s South Pointe wins Department of Revenue headquarters bid - MBJ
Department of Revenue site choice irrational - Clarion-Ledger
Lease decision looks suspect - Greenwood Commonwealth
Downtown Jackson Projects
Farish Street Presentation
Heaven in Jackson: Saints undefeated and King Edward reopens!
Jewel of Jackson: King Edward Hotel
Museum Investment Seen As Boost For Downtown....
The Art Garden at the Mississippi Museum of Art is Under Construction
Why a Two-Way Capitol Street?
Downtown Jackson Businesses
Parkway Properties Welcomes Balch & Bingham, Unveils GodwinGroup Space
Downtowns Get a Fresh Lease ......
Downtown's Hidden Boom
For Creative Cities, the Sky Has Its Limit
In Oklahoma, Republicans Take Two Views Toward Taxes
Jackson Featured in "Architect Magazine"
Turning Around Downtown: Twelve Steps to Revitalization
Want better communities? Engage them better
America's most surprising real estate boom: Downtowns are on the rise - Forbes
New downtown newspaper racks!
In Philadelphia, a Porch for an Entire City
Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper: A Low-Cost, High-Impact Approach
Placemaking Chicago: Step-by-step guide
Placemaking Connects People to the Environment by Connecting Them to Each Other
Setting the Table, Making a Place: How Food Can Help Create a Multi-Use Destination
Streets as Places
Streets Can Be Public Spaces Too