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The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was created in 1982 by state law to revitalize and redevelop Atlanta s central business district.
We expect inquires about available Downtown locations to surge once we achieve significant awareness," said West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Associate Director Teneka James.
City of Detroit Downtown Development Authority Tax Increment Bonds (Development Area #1 Projects)
The Miami Downtown Development Authority has approved a new plan to reshape the downtown area by 2025.
City of Detroit Downtown Development Authority case and was invited to share in the argument before the appellate panel.
[The tunnel] is going to solve congestion problems and reduce noise and pollution, since there are so many construction projects going on in the area," says Adam Lukin, project director for the Miami Downtown Development Authority, which is overseeing a virtual reconstruction of the city's waterfront area.
Duluth has formed a downtown development authority to review architectural and site plans for proposed development in the designated downtown area.
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) for the City of Glenwood Springs, Colorado is soliciting qualifications from a firm or firms to assemble and lead a multidisciplinary team of professionals including graphics and signage design, landscape architects, civil engineers (for changes to the sidewalks/ street) and construction management including cost estimators to design and implement an entry monument/ overhead arch signage on Grand Ave potentially between 8th and 9th.