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Neighborhood-Makers

Across the country, developers are building megaplexes meant to attract eager shoppers and savvy diners. Curbed and Eater editors weigh in on the community effects

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Inglewood home values are soaring—blame the NFL stadium?

The massive venue isn’t open yet, but sellers are already collecting LA’s highest profits.

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The slow train to Plaza Saltillo

Will a development almost 20 years in the making still work for the neighborhood around it?

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Mid-Market needs to find its heart in order to become a real neighborhood

The disjointed neighborhood along the city’s main artery has been blocked for too long.

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Hudson Yards wants to become NYC’s next great neighborhood

The neighborhood on Manhattan’s far west side represents a vision of the city’s future—but will New Yorkers buy into it?

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‘Urban reclamation’ meets Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward

The Southeast’s largest adaptive-reuse project was supposed to be a cornerstone of Atlanta’s most dynamic neighborhood. Has Ponce City Market delivered?

Can money create a neighborhood?

Across the country, developers are building megaplexes meant to attract eager shoppers and savvy diners. Curbed and Eater editors weigh in on the community effects.